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AMU professor Faizan Mustafagets SAARC Best Law Teacher Award – IBNLive

20 Aug

Aligarh Muslim University(AMU) professor Faizan Mustafa gets SAARC Best Law Teacher Award

Eminent academician Faizan Mustafa, who is senior vice-president of city-based NGO Rural Litigation Entitlement Kendra, has been conferred with this year’s prestigious SAARC Best Law Teacher Award.

The award which carries Rs 1 lakh in cash, a citation and a plaque would be given to Mustafa by the Union Law Minister in Delhi on September 6, in the presence of eminent professors of law, judges and eminent lawyers, it said.

AMU professor Faizan Mustafa gets SAARC Best Law Teacher AwardEarlier awardees include leading jurists N R Madhav Menon, Ranbir Singh, G V Ajjappa, V S Mani, Prof. Laxminath.

Mustafa is Aligarh Muslim University‘s Law Faculty member and is widely respected for his passion for teaching. He introduced several courses such as Intellectual Property Rights, International Human Rights Law and Tourism Laws at AMU.

He is the only academic who has been nominated as member of the National Legal Services Authority, which is headed by the Chief Justice of India.

He is member of several Executive Councils, Academic Councils and General Councils of various universities.

via AMU professor Faizan Mustafagets SAARC Best Law Teacher Award – IBNLive.

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INDIA

17 Aug

“In the beginning, there were two nations. One was a vast, mighty and magnificent empire, brilliantly organized and culturally unified, which dominated a massive swath of the earth. The other was an undeveloped, semifeudal realm, riven by religious factionalism and barely able to feed its illiterate, diseased and stinking masses. The first nation was India. The second was England. The year was 1577. . . .”

By William Dalrymple, Alex Von Tunzelmann

Proud moment: AMU’s Sara Naqvi selected for World University Badminton

2 Aug

Young badminton player Sara Naqvi, who represents Aligarh Muslim University AMU, has been selected for the World University Badminton Championship to be held from July 23 to 29 in Cordoba, Spain.

She is the only Indian to qualify for the meet.

AMU vice-chancellor Zameer Uddin Shah, games committee secretary M. Shoaib Zaheer and badminton coach Khusro Maroof congratulated Sara on her success.

via Proud moment: AMU’s Sara Naqvi selected for World University Badminton – IBNLive.

TCS to share ₹12,750 crore with shareholders

22 Jul

In what could be the highest-ever dividend payout by an Indian company, Tata Consultancy Services will shell out about ₹12,750 crore to its 600,000 shareholders.

Though the move will deplete the cash chest of India’s largest IT company by more than half, the lion’s share of the dividend largesse will go to TCS’ parent, Tata Sons, which will become richer by ₹9,382 crore.

As of June 30, the company had a cash chest of ₹25,900 crore.

via In dividend largesse, TCS to share ₹12,750 crore with shareholders | Business Line.

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