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Almost seventy days after they first went on strike, lawyers in Rajasthan have decided to return to courts today. The strike was called off yesterday after a meeting between the lawyers and judges of the Rajasthan High Court. Acting Chief Justice Sunil Ambwani, and Justices Mohammad Rafiq, and MN... Read More

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  • Girvani Dhyani
    Girvani Dhyani’s debut novel’s title sums up the book aptly, with the plot revolving around lawyer Tara Bakshi, whose every move is under the prying gaze of an unidentified stranger. Tara is being stalked for being part of Project Emerald- a highly Read More
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    Before I actually ever met Goolam, I had already heard a lot about him, as in the Bombay High Court of the early 1980s, he was already a bit of a legend. He was considered to be the 'go-to’ junior counsel of the Bombay Bar. He was Mr. F.S. Nariman’ Read More
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“I do not think there is another parallel in the country in terms of the number of lateral hires that we have had. We are an open partnership; we are very transparent and we represent a group of like-minded people.” (Full interview here - bit.ly/1jqfwQ0)Flickr
“A lawyer’s task is a difficult one, especially facing so many judges in different cases who ask tough questions and expect total preparation from the lawyers.” (Full interview here - bit.ly/1iOCo72)Flickr
Babloo Loitongbam, Founder of Human Rights Alert, Manipur. 'Somehow the Northeast has always been a “blank space” in the media, be it in terms of content or just having editors, policy makers or reporters from the Northeast. Unless something really gruesome happens, the day-to-day processes and the struggles of the people are just not picked up by the mainstream media. It is definitely more than just geography.' (Full interview here - bit.ly/1vm349a)Flickr
'My brand is my student. If they feel I am good then I am good. My responsibility is to meet their expectations.' Read full interview here - bit.ly/RaEbh8 Flickr
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