Thursday Diaries-Legal Awareness by Adv. Ritu Joshi

The Thursday lecture on 27th October in the multipurpose hall was on legal awareness. It was delivered by Adv. Ritu Joshi from the Mohali district court complex, district legal services authority.   She talked about the efforts made by the district to provide justice and relief to the common population. The legal Services Authorities Act,…

The Gentlemen’s Cup-Finals

The final match of the Gentlemen’s Cup was held on 27th October 2016 at the AIL Sports Ground. The teams which qualified for the finals were the league’s top scorers, Super S*x Bombs FC in their lucky yellow jerseys and the very talented Leave My Arselona FC in warming blue jerseys, captained by Rishab Bhatt…

The Gentlemen’s Cup-Day III

The last day of the league was 26th October at 1600 hrs at the AIL Sports Ground. After which would be the finals.  First match of the evening was between Gen Nutties and Super S*x Bombs, captained by Amanpreet Singh and Rishab Bhatt respectively. Manish Choudhary from the fourth year, took up the task of…

The Gentlemen’s Cup-Day II

The first match on the second day of the Gentlemen’s Cup started at 1545 hrs at the AIL Sports Ground. First match of the evening, refereed by Amanpreet Singh, began with Dhurandar FC playing against Super S*x Bombs captained by Himmat Singh and Rishab Bhatt respectively. While keeping the other day’s match on their mind,…

The Gentlemen’s Cup-Day I

The first match of The Gentlemen’s Cup was on 24th October at 1545 hrs at the AIL Sports Ground. It  was between Gen Nutties FC and Dhurandar FC was captained by Amanpreet Singh and Himmat Singh respectively. This stirring match was refereed by Rishab Bhatt. Bharat Mishra from Gen Nutties FC was the first one to…

The Gentlemen’s Cup-2016

The Football league is probably the most awaited sports event at AIL. It involves bidding for players, where the highest bidder gets rights to the player who play for their team with the use of capital and henceforth doing away with the point system. This year the league goes by the name-The Gentlemen’s Cup. Four…

Thursday Diaries-Evils of Honor Killing in India

This Thursday’s Activity session was a lecture by Prof. Anil Kumar Thakur on “Examining the Evils of Honor Killing in India through the Prisms of Gender Justice and Modern Constitutionalism”. Mr. Thakur is the assistant professor at the Department of Laws, Punjab University where he teaches jurisprudence and constitutional law. His excellence in the field…

ALARM BELLS FOR AILIANS

Just as we were preparing to dwell into the festivities that October has to offer, neither of us for a minute second even contemplated that AIL could face a situation which would raise not only alarm bells but serious security concerns for its students. Just as I sit in the comforts of my house and…

Thursday Activity – Group Discussion

The Thursday activity, for this week was a Group Discussion, on the topic: Giving a New Direction to Indian Foreign Policy. The moderators for this event were Pooja Chandran (4th year) and Bhavdeep Modi (4th year). The activity was divided into two rounds, the preliminary and the finals. The participants were divided into two groups,…

AIL Shines at PECFEST 2016

The Punjab Engineering College Annual Fest 2016 was organised from 8th October 2016 to 10th October 2016 with colleges from all across the country participating in this cultural cum technical fest. The events ranged from debates to spell bee and the variety was greeted with enthusiastic participation by students in all the events. In the…

FAR FAR AWAY FROM THE HOSTEL: DAY SCHOLARS AND PARKING ISSUES

By the way this article or little movement had nothing to do with the great grand car, but it was more to do with the principle that the authorities were following. The principle of inequality, the principle of differentiation based on the shape, cost and the image of the car. A wise man once said, ‘Life…

Deepak Chaudhary (Class of 2007) on clearing the civil services exam and AIL

Deepak Chaudhary is from the class of 2007. He recently cleared the UPSC examination with AIR of 681 and is currently serving as the Assistant Commissioner (Income Tax), Mussorie. In this interview, he talks about AIL and the civil services exam. Shreya Vajpei: Did you always decide to study law? Deepak Chaudhary: Yes, I always wanted…