Cherries on Top

by Kartik Ashta and Mohit Chawdhry   With the Barclays Premier League title decided weeks in advance, the real action in the league was seen at the foot of the table where Newcastle and Hull were involved in a fight to stay up and out of the dreaded relegation zone.  Newcastle, shockingly, defeated West Ham…

PLPDG Lecture Series: Pradeep Magazine

The NLU Delhi Public Law, Policy and Discussion Group recently organised an interactive session with Pradeep Magazine, a veteran sports journalist and noted author of the book, ‘Not Quite Cricket’; who has written extensively on the issue of corruption in the IPL/ BCCI and cricket in general. Mr. Magazine began the conversation by recounting his…

Blue Is Not Always The Warmest Colour

by TheExaltedOne   We’re almost at the end of the semester, and if you’re anything like me with a propensity for staying up too late, overthinking those 4 AM thoughts till they lead you into a spiral of the Celtic Knot variety, and a penchant for curiously prodding at your feelings in an attempt towards…

An Interview with the Creators of KitnaTax.com

Law school has traditionally been restrictive in the paths it offers – most people limit themselves to a life in a corporate or pleading in the courts. However, this is fast changing, and more and more young lawyers and law students are venturing into new and untouched areas. Your reporter spoke to Aroon Menon and…

The Boy Who Lived

PROLOGUE “Tamper with the deepest mysteries — the source of life, the essence of self — only if prepared for consequences of the most extreme and dangerous kind.” Tony sat alone in his study, his late uncle’s favourite saying reverberating through his ears. He had failed. He had tried to venture into an area he…