This post was submitted to Ergo by Anmol Gupta, a fifth-year (batch of 2019) at the National Law University, Orissa. A lot has changed since I wrote my last article here on Ergo, in which I waxed poetic about joining NLUO. My university has grown substantially since then, population-wise and in reputation. What has not… Continue reading For Incoming Law Students
This article was submitted to Ergo by Neep Saikia, a second-year student at the Gujarat National Law University. “History remembers those who create History”-John Dewey Another day passed. The 26th day of the November month stepped in.Around 2000 km away from the national Capital, I welcomed this day. The clock strikes at the 6th hour… Continue reading Comrade Fidel Castro and 26/11:A defiance against iniquitous forces
This article was submitted to us by Sacchit Joshi, a second-year student at the Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar. Hailing from Mumbai, Sacchit is a passionate national-level athlete. “Trials are intended, to make us think, to wean us from the world…” A well-pitched courtroom trial is not a trial under which a man has submitted… Continue reading Conviction Before Acquittal
This article was submitted to Ergo by Vinay Narayan, a third-year student of the Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar. His interests, outside of Law are food & sports, which he relishes when he watches football, as an ardent supporter of Manchester United Football Club. Unless you have been living under a rock, you will have… Continue reading Opinion Piece: Save The Internet
This article was submitted to Ergo by Shivangi Bajpai, a first year at NLU-Odisha, originally hailing from Jodhpur. She is a voracious reader, and writing poetry is one of her guilty pleasures. In the Aftermath of the release of the juvenile, accused of raping Jyoti Singh, in the winter of December 2012, Rajya Sabha in… Continue reading Opinion Piece: Are We The Impairers?