23rd Convocation
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Law School: Reflections and Parting Thoughts of A ‘Soon-to-be’ Alumnus

This is a guest post by Dibyojyoti Mainak. Dibyojyoti Mainak graduated from National Law School of India University, Bangalore this year.  He wrote this article on the occasion of the XXIII Annual Convocation of the NLS, held on …

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An Interview With Prof. Benedict Kingsbury: International Law, Sir Brownlie and More

Prof. Benedict Kingsbury is a distinguished scholar of international law. He is currently Murry and Ida Becker Professor of Law and Director of the Institute for International Law and Justice at New York University School of …

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A Team to Select. A Series to Win.

In the coming week, cricket will lose two giants of the game- a captain who fell at the cusp of greatness and a wicketkeeper-batsman who will inspire young cricketers for years to come. These two captains …

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Sex and the City

 It’s not the first time the state has decided to punish those who engage  in pre-marital sex, which it perceives to be an immoral, value- devoid,  hedonistic, large-scale- social –disintegration- of –Bharat- Mata-  inducing- inferno. Before …

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Jesters: Of Jon Stewart and Birbal

Jon Stewart’s retirement last week restarted discussion surrounding the United States’ dependence on satirical news programs. Much as Jon Stewart might have liked to call himself a person who merely made jokes, the fact remains that …