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In this piece, Author Ravi Shandlikar argues vociferously for the NEP, elaborating on how this much awaited change in the education system will help the economy and society.
In July 2020, a new restructured education policy was approved by the Union Cabinet, which aims at making education universal from pre-school to secondary level.
Author Ravi Shandilkar discusses the Bharti-Indus Towers Merger. A two-year-long deal finally concluded in Nov. 2020 with a merger between two tower companies Indus Towers Limited and Bharti Infratel Limited. In the merger, it has also been added that Vodafone Idea has received cash consideration of ₹3,760.1 crores for its 11.15 per cent shareholding in Indus. Vodafone Group will hold about 28.12 per cent stake, while Airtel Group will hold about 36.7 per cent in the merger entity.
A group of 15 countries generating nearly a third of a global economic output have signed into the RCEP Agreement which India exited.
The petitioner filed this Special Leave appeal against the order of the High Court of Punjab and Haryana at Chandigarh, upholding the order of conviction and sentence passed by the Trial Court.
Allahabad High Court heard a writ petition regarding the change of religion of one of the petitioners in the present case. The Court ordered in favor of the petitioners directing the officials to protect their lives.
The appeal arises from an order in W.P. No. 25001[w] of 11 September 2019 dated 31 July 2019. The learned Single Judge permitted the writing request by instructing the department of the government involved, within 6 months after the verdict, to take suitable procedures to issue the written petitioner’s pension in line with the law.
A single judge bench consisting of Honourable Justice K. Suresh Reddy passed order in Writ Petition no. 10659 of 2021. The Writ Petition has been filed by the Petitioner declaring the actions of the Respondent no. 2 to 5, trying to dispossess the Petitioners from the lands at the instance of the 6th Respondent who has nothing to do with the subject lands in view of the order passed by the 2nd Respondent against the same the Petitioners preferred the revision petition before the 1st Respondent herein along with stay Petition is pending as wholly illegal and arbitrary.
Aaron Kamath is a corporate lawyer currently employed by the famous firm Nishith Desai and Associates where he started after his graduation from Law College. His work primarily involves advising multi-national corporations doing or looking to do business in India on various legal and regulatory aspects including privacy-related compliances and documentation; IP structuring, strategy and prosecution.
In this interview, he walks us through his journey from a teenage boy to a corporate lawyer and shares certain interesting experiences which offer us insight into his various career choices throughout his years in the field.