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'Urgent need for mandatory immunity for victims in India'

SONIPAT:Speaking on study of the victims of crime and the psychological effects of their experience in India, Ravi Nair, Executive Director of the South Asia Human Rights Documentation Centre (SAHRDC), on Wednesday said that there is an urgent need for mandatory implementation of compensation and official immunity to facilitate victim aid in the country.

nternational conference on victim assistance at JGU next week

SONIPAT:Victim assistance, a key element in any criminal justice system, will be the focus of discussion at a two-day international conference to be held at the O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) here next week.

Jindal varsity launches 3-year BA (Hons) programme in law

SONIPAT:In a first, the O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) launched here on Thursday a three-year B.A. (honours) programme in legal studies which is interdisciplinary in nature with a focus on the social, economic and political context of law in society.

Jindal B-School hosts over 70 recruiters, scripts impressive placement record

The Sonipat-based Jindal Global Business School (JGBS) was a favoured choice for over 70 top recruiters in 2019, with international placements and top salary packages for their fresh graduates touching Rs 30 lakh per annum.

Indian media functioning freely and vigorously despite aberrations like fake news: N. Ravi

The Indian media is functioning freely and vigorously despite problem areas such as criminal defamation and sedition and aberrations such as paid news, veteran journalist N. Ravi, the publisher of The Hindu group of newspapers, has said, adding that few vocations can compare with the excitement of working in a newsroom.

JGU launches report on higher education in India

The Jindal Global University (JGU) has launched a report on improving higher education quality in India, a statement from the university said on Wednesday.

WhatsApp selects 20 teams to curb fake news globally, including India

NEW DELHI: Facebook-owned WhatsApp on Tuesday announced that it has selected 20 research teams worldwide - including experts from India and those of Indian origin -- who will work towards how misinformation spreads and what additional steps the mobile messaging platform could take to curb fake news.

Varsity unveils handbook on rights of transgenders

NEW DELHI:Jindal Global University has unveiled a handbook on the rights of transgenders and gender non-conforming people in India.

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