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Mumbai University bows down against the demands of law students

Anil Rajpurohit

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Mumbai University Law Students on 18 September protested against the recent implementation of the 60-40 examination pattern outside the Ambedkar Bhavan within the University Campus.The students were unhappy with the new exam pattern and alleged that exams give a better chance to prove their ability compared to the internal exams.The Internal assessment is a part of a new choice-based credit system curricular for law courses approved by the MU’s academic council in June.

Members of the Student Law Council, CYSS, Chatrabharti, Swabhiman Vidyarthi Sanghatna, Samta Vidhyarthi Aghadi and Ambedkar Students Association. participated in the protest.
After a long protest, the Student representatives met the Pro Vice-Chancellor. The VC assured that the University will release a circular barring all law colleges from taking or accepting any written submissions and assignments regarding the internal assessment in the 60/40 pattern unless they resolve the ongoing issue of the said new pattern.

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Why did ILFS not go public?

Akhilesh Bhargava

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The shocking and audacious story of ILFS, has hit the national headlines. It is a complicated and complex tale of corporate deceit. The truth, i.e. whether it was a bonafide corporate failure or a malafide fraud and misfeasance that was hidden for many years, is yet to come out in the open. To us, the truth lies in the answer to just one question, why did the main company ILFS did not go public with an IPO, when it was in such a dire and desperate need for capital? Mr. Akhilesh Bhargava, Business Editor of HW Business and Finance shares the insider of the entire IL&FS story in this exclusive video.

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SEBI nod to FMCGI takeover by Tenneco – Legal but unethical

Smita Sahu

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With the legal takeover happening by the company of Tenneco of FMCGI, it is for the all-powerful SEBI to act and act fast. But the question is even if this takeover is legal, how exactly this takeover amounts to ethical. Mr. Seshadri Chari, Foreign Affairs Expert shares his insight on this matter in this exclusive video.

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Ram Janmabhoomi Verdict

Sujit Nair

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The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to re-examine its ‘1994 Ismail Farooqui’ verdict in the Ram Janmabhoomi case which stated that Namaz at Mosque is not integral to Islam. In the three-judge bench headed by CJI Dipak Mishra, the majority i.e. 2:1 ruled in favor of its earlier judgment. After clearing the technical issues in the case, the SC has declared that it will start hearing the civil case for land dispute from October 29th. As the Ram Janmabhoomi issue has turned out to be a political one over the years, will the proceeding and timing of the case have any impact on the 2019 elections? In this episode of HW Exclusive, our Managing Editor Mr. Sujit Nair in conversation with BJP’s Seshadri Chari tries to find out how will the politics around the Ram Janmabhoomi case unfold in the run up to 2019 Elections.

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