Weekly Round-up

Here’s whats been up in college of late. The Holidays-  Surprisingly enough last weekend never ended. Monday and Friday were the only two days in the whole blessed week when one had to step out of the sheets and make life happen. From movie plans to trips back home, this week saw everything. 27-28-29th of…

Throw Back Thursdays

This Thursday lets look back at five things that every batch would relate to. Things, so inherently attached to AIL, its difficult to not give them their due regard. Enjoy! Checkmate back in the day. 2. That farewell dance though. 3. Thursday Activities that didn’t go as planned. 4. Sports days. Enough said. 5.  That…

OG and AILians

It’s the middle of October, mercury levels have started to drop in Mohali and it’s that time of the semester again! No, it’s not fresher’s or farewell or the much dreaded semester exams, it’s time for the Combined Defense Services Examination which is just around the corner and the Double wings are buzzing with a…

6 Books to read this Winter

It’s the perfect weather to snuggle up in bed with a cup of coffee and a good read. Here’s 6 books you should read before 2016 arrives. Woman in Arms: The Story of Nancy Wake by Russell Braddon: In the early 1930’s, a young woman was enjoying a chic and comfortable lifestyle in Paris. By the…

AIL revisited!

If you haven’t had the chance to visit the college in ages, here’s a short glimpse of AIL. Video credits: Ishaan Bir Singh.

Throw Back Thursdays

Here you go again! Your weekly dose of nostalgia. *THROW BACK THURSDAYS* When the uniform was grey and white. 2. Mandatory early-morning celebrations. 3. When they started making mobile phones with decent cameras. 4. We will definitely not take the credits for this wonderful compilation. 5. Them Fauji high-teas. Watch this space for more pictures next week.

Book Review: Roses in December by M. C. Chagla

Justice M. C. Chagla is one of the most celebrated judges of Independent India. He was the First Indian and the longest serving Chief justice of the Bombay High court. Being the first lawyer in his family  he joined the bar as a stranger, walking into Muhammed Ali Jinnah’s chambers. He talks of his days…

Internship Opportunity at Punjab & Haryana HC (Apply immediately)

A practicing advocate at the HC, who has about 6 years of practice and requires 1 intern to assist him with research work. He does all kinds of work, but has more Writs and criminal matters as of the present. He is also part of the “Creative Cinema Circle Chandigarh” which recently hosted the Film…