Regulations to impart legal education in India were framed way back with the enactment of Advocates Act, 1961. These regulations, however, are proving to be insufficient in contemporary times with social structure undergoing a drastic change and population being on a rise. It is only through law education that a student can pass five-year bachelor's degree, LLB, to get designated as 'lawyer' and is allowed to practice. The UGC also offers one-year LLM course. Senior lawyers and judges blame the quality of Law education in India, which is largely theoretical. All through the five years, a law student is never exposed to courtroom proceedings. The syllabus consists of bookish knowledge and most students remain unaware of the environment of the courtroom. "Keeping pace with the changing scenario is a must. Indian legal education system needs to undergo changes and syllabus needs to imbibe robustness in order to deliver proper legal solutions," said Ansh Bhargava, director, Taxmann. … [Read more...] about What are the missing links in Law education and why it needs to be addressed ASAP
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Sport by Press Association 17/08/2018, 12:00 pm FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has made getting off to a fast start in the Premier League a clear objective this season. Spurs won their opening fixture at Newcastle last season and will look to follow that up when Fulham visit Wembley on Saturday. Sluggish starts to the campaign have hampered Pochettino’s men in recent years, like last year when they followed up an opening day win at Newcastle with a defeat and a draw from home games against Chelsea and Burnley. Pochettino admits he has addressed the matter with his players ahead of the campaign and hopes to get some early points on the board this time around. “We were talking about that. It’s true, not taking too much time,” he said. “All the players were here last week and we talked about that. Not wasting time. We need to be focused from day one. … [Read more...] about Mauricio Pochettino: Spurs need to be fully focused from day one
Applying for an overseas job is neither free nor cheap. Prepare to pay from around P28,000 to P358,400, depending on your wage and country of employment. According to the Migrant Forum in Asia, that’s the typical range that prospective OFWs shell out in the hope of landing work abroad. How to avoid being exploited as a would-be OFW? We listed below the right fees you’re required to pay, as well as the ones your employer should shoulder. For more finance tips, visit MoneyMax.ph. … [Read more...] about How much does it cost to apply for work abroad?
Video PUBLISHED: 22:48 14 August 2018 | UPDATED: 22:55 14 August 2018 Andy Warren The Ipswich team watch the shoot-out from the half-way line Picture Pagepix Pagepix Ltd 07976 935738 Paul Hurst will ensure his Ipswich Town players are told a few home truths following their penalty loss to Exeter this evening. Trevoh Chalobah after his missed penalty in the shoot-out at Exeter Picture PagepixThe Blues lost 4-2 on penalties following a 1-1 draw inside 90 minutes at St James Park, with Hurst angered by what he saw from his players.“I was disappointed with the performance in both halves,” he said.“We can pretend we passed it at times and I think we had a couple more efforts second half than we did in the first but it was too slow, too pedestrian and people not really playing the way they were supposed to and not making it as fluid as it needed to be.“I didn’t think we worked hard enough in possession or out of possession. … [Read more...] about ‘There need to be a few home truths… that performance worries me’
Sam Billings says Kent need to be better in the field if they want to win this year’s Vitality Blast.The Spitfires’ fielding has been excellent this season and received many plaudits.However, against Essex on Thursday night they dropped four catches and made numerous errors in the outfield.It did not cost them the victory but the Kent captain hopes his side have got that out of their system.Billings said: “ Ultimately we got the two points and against a very good side. In the south group everyone can beat everyone and there are no weak sides.“If we want to win this competition we have to be a lot better with the ball and in the field. After a bit of a break off there was probably a bit of rustiness and some nerves as it was on TV but ultimately we have got that out of the system and we push on to Hampshire.“We have got an opportunity to put that right on Friday.”Kent beat the Essex Eagles by 28 runs at the Spitfire Ground with Billings scoring 56 not … [Read more...] about Billings: We need to be better in the field
AP When Sam Darnold finally showed up at Jets camp, he was saying and singing all the right things. In addition to doing his obligatory hazing by singing at a team meeting, Darnold kept everything harmonious when asked about his contract negotiations which caused him to miss the first three days of camp. “It sucked watching it, but at the same time, I knew what needed to be done,” he said, via Rich Cimini of ESPN.com. “I knew it was necessary. . . . “I thought it played out great.” Financially yes, since he’ll make $20 million of his four-year, $30 million deal in the next two weeks. And if he’s as good as they think, it might not even do all that much damage to his chances to compete for the starting job. The Jets have made it clear that veteran Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater occupy the first two spots on the depth chart, and Darnold wasn’t going to rock the boat so soon after arriving. They did give him a few reps with the first … [Read more...] about Sam Darnold on three-day absence: “I knew what needed to be done”
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's deputy prime minister said on Monday an ambitious Franco-Italian rail link, known as TAV, had to be reviewed because it was opposed by local population and was an obsolete plan. "We have decided the TAV needs to be reviewed," Luigi Di Maio, who serves also as industry minister, said in a TV interview. He added the work to build the 270-km (167-mile) high-speed line could not go on if it continued to be opposed by the local population. He also said the project was made 30 years ago and it is now obsolete as freight transportation is now being replaced by more innovative industrial processes, including 3D printing. (Reporting by Francesco Guarascio; editing by Giselda Vagnoni) … [Read more...] about Italy’s deputy PM says Franco-Italian rail link needs to be reviewed
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Tennis Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by On Tennis ByChristopher Clarey May 28, 2018 PARIS — As ever, Serena Williams is a conversation starter. She has generated debate inside and outside of tennis since she took her first swings on the pro tour at age 14 at a time when the WTA had banned 14-year-olds from its main circuit. Now that she has become one of her sport’s greatest champions and a new mother, Williams, 36, continues to set the agenda. Despite her Open-era record of 23 major singles titles, she is unseeded at the French Open, where she is scheduled to play Kristyna Pliskova on Tuesday in her first match at a Grand Slam tournament in 16 months. Williams also was unseeded at the BNP Paribas Open and Miami Open, the only other tournaments she has played in this start-and-stop comeback in 2018 in which her singles record is 2-2. When … [Read more...] about Tennis Needs Serena Williams Back. But Does She Need to Be Seeded?
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Sports by Candace Buckner by Candace Buckner Email the author May 16 at 9:40 AM Email the author Marcus Smart hustles his way into the Cleveland Cavaliers bench during Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals. (Billie Weiss/Getty Images) BOSTON — Marcus Smart doesn’t care about the effect the hardwood can have on human flesh. He plays with the abandon of a hair-on-fire stuntman for his Boston Celtics, diving then crashing to the floor while pursuing a loose ball. His bandaged right wrist should serve as a reminder of recent surgery, but that does not seem to cross Smart’s mind when he belly-flops onto … [Read more...] about The Celtics’ Marcus Smart does whatever needs to be done to beat the Cavs
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Sports by Candace Buckner by Candace Buckner Email the author May 16 at 9:40 AM Email the author Marcus Smart hustles his way into the Cleveland Cavaliers bench during Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals. (Billie Weiss/Getty Images) BOSTON — Marcus Smart doesn’t care about the affect the hardwood can have on human flesh. He plays with the abandon of a hair-on-fire stuntman for his Boston Celtics, diving then crashing to the floor while pursuing a loose ball. His bandaged right wrist should serve as a reminder of recent surgery, but that does not seem to cross Smart’s mind when he belly-flops onto … [Read more...] about Boston’s Marcus Smart does whatever needs to be done to beat Cleveland