NBS Bank Limited (NBS.mw) listed on the Malawi Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2017 prospectus For more information about NBS Bank Limited (NBS.mw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the NBS Bank Limited (NBS.mw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: NBS Bank Limited (NBS.mw) 2017 prospectus Company ProfileNBS Bank Limited is a leading commercial bank in Malawi; providing corporate and retail banking solutions, and treasury managements products and services. The company was established in 1964 when Central Africa Building Society, Commonwealth Century Building Society and First Permanent Building Society merged to form New Building Society (NBS). The financial institution became a commercial bank in 2004 after it was issued a banking license by the Reserve Bank of Malawi. NBS Bank is a subsidiary of NICO Holdings Limited. In addition to general banking products and services for the corporate and private sector, NBS Bank provides solutions for international trade, SME loans, asset finance and mortgage loans and short- and long-term insurance products. NBS has a national network of 37 service centres, with its head office based in Blantyre, Malawi. NBS Bank is listed on the Malawi Stock Exchange
Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Please enter your name here The Anatomy of Fear Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! TAGSChildrenCOVID-19FamilyfitnesshealthholidayIdeaskidsnew yearPandemicParentingPlayResearchStudytips Previous articleOrange County’s new fire recruits make history for diversityNext articleNew shows and movies coming to Disney Plus January 2021 Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR New Year’s 2021By Patrick J Lewis, University of Regina and Whitney Blaisdell, University of ReginaWe hear constantly how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the economy, personal finance, education, health, and the workday. But what about play — how has the pandemic affected play?The community capacity to provide play opportunities has been diminished by COVID-19 restrictions or closures, yet parental workload at home has generally grown, which in turn has strained parents’ mental well-being. Children’s play is now largely determined by parents’ ability to facilitate play in or around the home.Research at the University of Regina has explored the effects that the pandemic appears to have on play. A recent study analyzed 10 conversations of between 60 and 90 minutes with parent participants describing their experiences in one-on-one virtual meetings, as well as hundreds of electronically submitted stories about play (or lack thereof) during the pandemic. The study is now undergoing peer review.Since many communities are facing challenging second wave lockdowns or restrictions, we wanted to share our current recommendations for supporting play at home during the COVID-19 pandemic through the holidays and into 2021 based on our early findings and our research expertise in play.Making an effort to get outside even for a few minutes every day appears to be a critical step towards play, health, and happiness during these challenging times. Photo by Fernanda Greppe on Unsplash1. Prioritize your own wellnessParental wellness is a critical factor to play during the pandemic. Adults whose wellness is suffering are more likely to become not only less playful but to actively resist play. Conversely, adult wellness spills over to benefit children through an increased ability to be fun-loving, relaxed, and playful. It is recommended that adults prioritize their own wellness throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.2. Value playPlay is often undervalued. A perceived importance of academic achievement over play for small children and an increasingly risk-avoidant society can threaten children’s opportunities to play.Play is a wonderful tool for learning and cognitive development. More importantly, play is fun and life is short.In the midst of a pandemic that has placed constant demands on people to adapt their professional capacities while lacking in-person contact, play can become a vital avenue for both adults and children to strengthen our outlook and resilience. Approaching the pandemic, as much as possible, as a novel opportunity for family togetherness and play allows us to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic with greater joy and to foster resilience.3. Set a tone for neighborhood playThe visibility of children playing outdoors appears to be contagious. Parents can normalize free play by offering their children more freedom to play or even discussing their desire for a more playful community with neighbors.Children have generally been expected to meet public health guidelines in school that often include wearing masks and maintaining physical distance from people outside of their household; parents can ask and reasonably expect children to follow the same guidelines in their outdoor play. The current lack of structured activities combined with the professional obligations of many parents working from home has created an opportunity for community revitalization of children’s outdoor free play.Parents can play a role in normalizing free play by offering their children more freedom to play outside or talking with neighbors. Photo by Atoms on Unsplash4. See children as drivers of playChildren often engage in play with items or ideas that appear unchildlike or unplayful. Their play may revolve around mature concepts like death, illness, justice, and control. Psychologist Lev Vygotsky famously wrote: “In play a child is always above his average age, above his daily behavior; in play it is as though he were a head taller than himself. As in the focus of a magnifying glass, play contains all developmental tendencies in a condensed form; in play it is as though the child were trying to jump above the level of his normal behavior.”Seeing children as drivers of their own play who are capable of conceiving, planning, and executing their play will offer children an opportunity to increase their play stamina, while putting less stress on parents to entertain their children.5. Arrange a playful environmentHomes with access to a private yard stand out as an advantage in offering opportunities for play. Of course, this is a privilege that many families do not have. However, a playful environment can be arranged with little to no spending. First, make the home feel as safe as necessary, so children can freely explore the home environment with minimal supervision.Next, minimize toys. Children’s play relies surprisingly little on toys, and tidying toys can be a burden to parents who are currently experiencing a heavier domestic workload.Finally, make outdoor access as easy as possible. Visible and easily accessed outerwear and footwear, and mats or towels near exterior doors to minimize mess, help make outdoor play more enjoyable and attractive.6. Get outsideSpending time playing outdoors has been found to greatly contribute to one’s overall well-being.Trying to make an effort to get outside even for a few minutes every day appears to be a critical step towards play, health, and happiness during these challenging times.Overall, COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on our individual and collective health and social and emotional functioning. As we stumble our way through this pandemic, let’s remember that play itself is integral to how children can process and understand their experiences with the pandemic; it is how they make sense of the world.Through attending to our own wellness, examining our attitudes towards play, normalizing child-structured outdoor play, framing children as drivers of play, arranging a playful environment, and spending time outside, we too are attempting to be more playful and joyful during this challenging time. We wish the readers all the best in their own pursuit of play.This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
A RNLI Facebook fundraiser showing RNLI Hastings Lifeboat Station returning from a callout during Storm Ciara has raised £26,845 to date.The video footage, shot by bystander Paul Hogg, showed the lifeboat braving the rough seas and looking very close to capsizing. Hogg’s 9 February post on Twitter has so far seen 2m views, and many thousands of shares.The Hastings lifeboat had launched with six volunteer crew onboard after a surfer was reported in difficulty.RNLI’s Facebook Donate post went live on the same day, stating that the casualty and crew had all returned safely from the callout, and thanking people for their support. Almost 1,900 people have now donated, raising £26,845 – significantly above the usual amount raised by the charity in this manner. Melanie May | 19 February 2020 | News About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Tagged with: Facebook 567 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis3 Main image credit: Paul Hogg RNLI Social Media Manager Rich Ward told UK Fundraising:“A benchmark amount for us on Facebook Donate is normally around £1,000, so this is certainly not an ordinary post!“We think it’s down to a combination of extraordinary footage (such an incident is very rare – none of our current design of all-weather boat have capsized and this is the first knock down on a Shannon – and it happened to be caught on camera) and timeliness, as we were able to get the post out over the weekend when Storm Ciara was trending and people were spending more time on social media because of the bad weather.“Our warm social media audience is also very engaged generally with our organic content and particularly receptive of lifeboat videos, and our lifeboat crews were already heroes in their eyes before this rescue mission!“We’re very grateful to bystander Paul Hogg who captured the footage and shared it with us and we’re overwhelmed by the heartfelt comments and generous donations we received from our supporters.”According to RNLI, it is very rare for a knock down to be captured on camera, and if you are wondering how RNLI’s lifeboats manage to stay upright, here is an explanation: RNLI’s Storm Ciara Facebook post raises over £26,000 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis3 566 total views, 2 views today
Facebook Twitter SHARE Facebook Twitter By Hoosier Ag Today – Sep 20, 2017 SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News The Combine Monitor isn’t Telling You Everything The Combine Monitor isn’t Telling You Everything Keep-walking-fieldsAs harvest 17 begins, season long evaluation of the crop continues, but now it’s really crunch time. Daniel Call, General Manager of Seed Consultants says considering what the crop has gone through this growing season, he’s not surprised when he hears the range in yields. But Call reminds farmers the combine monitor isn’t telling you everything you need to know about the crop, which is why it is still important to walk fields.“When you walk through a field you can find some fields where stalk quality is pretty poor,” said Call. “It’s not something the farmer did, but a lot of that is environment related and with the amount of moisture, losing the nitrogen we lost and you look at, we inoculated these plants with every disease possible, so we knew that the potential was going to be there. Now if we have a rapid harvest, we probably get out ahead of that, but with the way the weather is set up and as cool as it has been the last couple of weeks, this doesn’t look like it is going to be a quick harvest.”And because of a year like this, Seed Consultants has been taking a close look at their seed applied fungicides.“Our biggest concern is, we can have the best traits in the world, we can have the best germ plasmin in the world, but if we don’t get the stand establishment, what’s it worth?” Call said. “So what we are trying to do is, yeah, we’re going to continue to offer those excellent genetics and those excellent traits, but we are trying to maximize our stand establishment out of the gate for our customers. So we are adding more fungicides and taking a look at the products on the seed in order to do that and that’s why we think we have a competitive advantage over our competition by offering the additional products on that seed.” Previous articleDonnelly Leads Push for Export FundingNext articleFarm Safety Week Focuses on Confined Spaces Hoosier Ag Today
Twitter Patton Maynard, Matt Williams and Josh Witkop speak at the SGA debate. Photo by Olivia Wales. I am the executive editor of TCU 360 from Raleigh, North Carolina. If you walk by my desk in the newsroom you’ll immediately know I’m Post Malone’s biggest fan. I’m always looking for a good story to tell! If you have any story ideas, feel free to reach out! Go Panthers! Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ What to watch during quarantine ReddIt ReddIt TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Snow temporarily stepping down as honors dean TCU wants ex-professor’s discrimination suit dismissed Two students joined harassment and discrimination lawsuit against TCU + posts Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ Linkedin Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ Facebook Robbie Vaglio Facebook Previous articleBirthright citizenship is part of immigration debateNext articleBoschini talks: construction, parking, tuition, enrollment, DEI, a student trustee Robbie Vaglio RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Twitter World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution printThis year’s Student Government Association (SGA) presidential election will be decided by a run-off election, as confirmed by current student body president Abbey Widick. The candidates, Patton Maynard and Josh Witkop, will take the weekend to prepare for the runoff, which will take place next week, according to SGA’s Elections and Regulations Chair Clayton Dana-Bashian. “I have been told that due to there being more than two candidates, no candidate was able to accumulate more than 50 percent of the vote,” Maynard said. “We’ve prepared for this and we’re ready to finish what we started back in March.”SGA presidential candidate Patton Maynard. Photo courtesy of Patton Maynard.SGA presidential candidate Josh Witkop. Photo courtesy of Josh Witkop. Dana-Bashian said the candidates will campaign between Monday, April 15 and Wednesday, April 17, leading up to the election that will take place from 9 a.m to 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17.Maynard said his campaign strategy will remain the same in the run-off. “Our plan is to carry on the same task we started at the very beginning of empowering the student body,” Maynard said. “We plan to highlight our campaign’s mission rather than discuss the faults of our opponent’s.”Witkop said his motto, “Serve On”, goes beyond the campaign. “Serve On transcends candidates and individuals,” Witkop said. “When we get caught up on personal comparisons between candidates, an election moves away from messages and ideas. At the end of the day, my team and I don’t evaluate ourselves or our campaign based on who we can overcome in an election, but on the students we can serve in a presidency.”Ontario Brown, the Vice President External elect, said that he could work well with any of the three initial candidates.“Each one has helped me out as a leader, SGA representative and a person,” Brown said. “They have all touched my life in many ways.”Widick concurs.“Josh and Patton would both make excellent student body presidents!” she said. “Both have been involved in SGA for many years, are involved in other organizations on campus, and are both willing to dedicate the time and energy that is required over the next year to fight for students.”Students can expect to receive an email Wednesday morning to vote. The last time there was an SGA run-off election was in 2017 when both the president and vice president of external affairs positions required a run-off. Welcome TCU Class of 2025
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Giving Back Dr. Samuel Gidding Joins the Pasadena’s FH Foundation as Chief Medical Officer From STAFF REPORTS Published on Friday, July 20, 2018 | 10:59 am Business News Dr. Samuel Gidding. Photo courtesy the FH FoundationThe FH Foundation, a global research and advocacy organization, today announced that Dr. Samuel Gidding will join as chief medical officer. Dr. Gidding brings more than 30 years of experience in preventative cardiology, pediatric cardiology and heart failure/transplantation with a strong focus in familial hypercholesterolemia (FH), most recently serving as division head of pediatric cardiology at Nemours Cardiac Center and A. I. DuPont Hospital for Children, and professor of pediatrics at Thomas Jefferson University.“As the scale and scope of the FH Foundation’s national and international portfolio of work grows, we are pleased to have Dr. Gidding join the leadership team of the FH Foundation as our Chief Medical Officer,” said Katherine Wilemon, founder and CEO of the FH Foundation. “Dr. Gidding’s extensive expertise as a pediatric cardiologist and scientist, as well as his deep understanding of FH as a family condition, will contribute greatly to the FH Foundation’s research, advocacy, and community programs.”“FH is a pressing public health concern, leaving 1 in 220 individuals at tremendous risk of early heart disease,” Dr. Gidding said. “The FH Foundation has been a catalyzing force to drive both clinical practice guidelines and the implementation of novel precision medicine approaches to ensure the early identification and treatment of individuals with FH. By building upon these efforts, we have the opportunity to change the trajectory of heart disease in the U.S. and worldwide.”Dr. Gidding has practiced pediatric and preventive cardiology for the Nemours Cardiac Center for the past 18 years. He has led and designed clinical trials that span statin interventions in adolescents, PCSK9 inhibitors, diabetes, early imaging of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular morbidity of obesity. Dr. Gidding founded The Pediatric Atherosclerosis Prevention and Lipidology (PeDAL), a consortium dedicated to prevention of adult onset lipid related diseases beginning in youth. He has developed clinical practice guidelines and scientific statements on familial hypercholesterolemia, hypertension, tobacco, obesity, nutrition, diabetes, and congenital heart disease for AHA, AAP, NHLBI, WHO, CDC, EAS, NLA and ADA. He received his medical degree from the College of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ Rutgers Medical School and conducted additional training at University of Michigan and SUNY-Upstate.About Familial Hypercholesterolemia (FH)FH is the most common genetic cause of early, life-threatening cardiovascular disease.i FH is a global public health concern that affects over 30 million people worldwide and more than 1.3 million people in the U.S., but less than 10 percent are diagnosed.ii FH causes high LDL cholesterol from birth and is the cause for 20 percent of early heart attacksiii (heart attacks that occur in the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s). Early and significant reduction of LDL cholesterol is key to successful management of FH, which requires lifelong treatment.About the FH FoundationThe FH Foundation is a leading research and advocacy non-profit organization focused on reducing heart disease by driving scientific understanding and evidence-based care of FH. 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ColumnsThe Reading List Project : Must-Read Books For Law Students & Lawyers Hamza Lakdawala12 July 2020 4:56 AMShare This – xThe Idea Most law students in India find their legal education to be outdated and incomplete. Colleges and universities often teach foundational theories and concepts with a few basic procedural and substantive laws. While this helps in creating a basic understanding, it is in no way enough. To fill this void of knowledge, most law students take to reading — only to realize that…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Idea Most law students in India find their legal education to be outdated and incomplete. Colleges and universities often teach foundational theories and concepts with a few basic procedural and substantive laws. While this helps in creating a basic understanding, it is in no way enough. To fill this void of knowledge, most law students take to reading — only to realize that they do not know what they should or shouldn’t read. Also, while a number of reading lists are already available online, many of them are generic, shallow and often cater to a non-Indian reader base. For example: I never found a must-read like K.G. Kannabiran’s Wages of Impunity on any of these widely circulated online lists. To read a good book, you should first know that the book exists. The Reading List Project is an effort to collate and curate the most exhaustive, robust and valuable reading list for law students and aspiring litigators in India. The list aims to help students and aspiring litigators to cut through the numerous books available and focus on the ones that really matter. The books mentioned in the list are reading suggestions by practicing advocates, journalists and leading academics. How It Was Done I created a Google Docs page and added a few books that I felt were important reads. For example: Anuj Bhuwania’s Courting the People. I then shared the editable Google Docs page with numerous members of the legal fraternity. They were requested to add their book suggestions from various areas of the law; the result of which is a diverse and extensive list of books written by both domestic and foreign authors. The list is not permanent and is supposed to be ever evolving. It shall be updated at regular intervals with newer book suggestions, as well as with sub-lists in different areas of study such as race, culture, finance, etc. This is my humble attempt to make the study of law a bit easier and bit more enjoyable — for law students across India and also, for me. I hope this helps you. If you have any suggestions for the list, please reach out to me on Twitter. Most importantly, I would like to thank Radhika Roy, Vikram Hegde, Anuj Bhuwania, Bhawna Gandhi, Apar Gupta, Vasundhara Sirnate, Afreen Alam and Arushi Singh for taking out the time and helping me curate this list. I would also like to thank the numerous kind-hearted law students, advocates and other reading enthusiasts on the internet who have helped me shape and share this list! The Reading List (List not exhaustive and not in any particular order of preference) On Landmark Judgements Zia Mody — 10 Judgements That Changed IndiaJustice AK Ganguly — Landmark Judgments that Changed IndiaChintan Chandrachud — Cases That India ForgotPrashant Bhushan — The Case that Shook India: The Verdict That Led to the EmergencyIndu Bhan — The Dramatic Decade: Landmark Cases Of Modern IndiaTom Denning — Landmarks in the LawAllan Hutchinson — Is Eating People Wrong? Great Legal Cases and How They Shaped the WorldAndhyarujina, Tehmtan R – The Kesavananda Bharati case: the untold story of struggle for supremacy by supreme court and parliament Constitution Justice O Chinnappa Reddy – The Court and the Constitution of India : Summits and ShallowsJustice V R Krishna Iyer – Constitutional MiscellanyGautam Bhatia — The Transformative Constitution: A Radical Biography in Nine ActsArun K Thiruvengadam — The Constitution of India: A Contextual Analysis (Constitutional Systems of the World)Arun K Thiruvengadam, Vikram Raghavan & Sunil Khilnani (ed.) — Comparative Constitutionalism in South AsiaGranville Austin — Working a Democratic ConstitutionGranville Austin — The Indian Constitution: Cornerstone of a NationMadhav Khosla, Pratap Bhanu Mehta & Sujit Choudhry — The Oxford Handbook of the Indian ConstitutionRohit De — A People’s Constitution: The Everyday Life of Law in the Indian RepublicMadhav Khosla — India’s Founding Moment: The Constitution of a Most Surprising DemocracyAakash Singh Rathore — Ambedkar’s Preamble: A Secret History of the Constitution of IndiaMarc Galanter, Competing Equalities: Law and the Backward Classes in IndiaDesai, Ashok H. – Supreme but not Infallible: Essays in Honour of the Supreme Court of India.Upendra Baxi – The Supreme Court and PoliticsAndhyarujina, Tehmtan R., and William Wade. – Judicial activism and constitutional democracy in India.Sixteen Stormy Days: The Story of the First Amendment to the Constitution of India by Tripurdaman Singh Public Interest Litigation Anuj Bhuwania — Courting the People: Public Interest Litigation in Post-Emergency India Free Speech Gautam Bhatia — Offend, Shock, or Disturb: Free Speech under the Indian ConstitutionAbhinav Chandrachud — Republic of Rhetoric: Free Speech and the Constitution of IndiaGarton Ash, Timothy — Free Speech: Ten Principles for a Connected WorldStrossen, Nadine — Hate: Why We Should Resist It with Free Speech, Not CensorshipGodwin, Mike — Cyber Rights : Defending Free Speech in the Digital AgeCoetzee, J.M. — Giving Offense: Essays on CensorshipLaura Weinrib — The Taming of Free Speech: America’s Civil Liberties Compromise Privacy Zuboff, Shoshana — The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of PowerBartlett, Jamie — The People Vs Tech: How the Internet Is Killing Democracy Jurisprudence/Legal Philosophy/Social Philosophy Tom Bingham — The Rule of LawAakash Singh, Garima Goswamy — Rethinking Indian Jurisprudence: An Introduction to the Philosophy of LawAtul Setalvad — Introduction to LawAmartya Sen — The Idea of JusticeMichael Sandel — Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do?Abhinav Chandrachud — Due Process of LawStephen Breyer — Making Our Democracy Work: A Judge’s ViewStephen Breyer — The Court and the World: American Law and the New Global RealitiesPreet Bharara – Doing Justice: A Prosecutor’s Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of LawRichard Prosner – How Judges Think?Richard Prosner – Law and Literature Biography/Autobiography — Famous Lawyers & Judges M.C. Chagla — Roses In DecemberFali S. Nariman — Before Memory Fades: An AutobiographySusan Adelman — Rebel: A Biography of Ram JethmalaniIndu Bhan — Legal Eagles: Stories of the Top Seven Indian Lawyers.George H Gadbois – Judges of the Supreme Court of India.Ruth Bader Ginsburg — My Own WordsMotilal Setalvad — My Life — Law and other thingsH. R. Khanna — Neither Roses Nor ThornsSoli J. Sorabjee, Arvind P. Datar — Nani Palkhivala: The Courtroom GeniusNoah Feldman — Scorpions: The Battles and Triumphs of FDR’s Great Supreme Court JusticesShanti Bhushan — Courting Destiny: A MemoirShweta Bansal — Courting PoliticsLouis Nizer — My Life In CourtLeila Seth — On Balance, an AutobiographyJustice M. Hidayatullah — My Own BoswellJustice Sonia Sotomayor – My Beloved WorldJustice Clarence Thomas – My Grandfather’s SonJoan Biskupic – American Original: The Life and Constitution of Supreme Court Justice Antonin ScaliaSandra Day O’Connor – The Majesty Of The LawJoan Biskupic – The Chief: The Life and Turbulent Times of Chief Justice John RobertsTom Denning, Baron Denning – Lord Denning, The Discipline of Law Religion Abhinav Chandrachud — Republic of Religion: The Rise and Fall of Colonial Secularism in IndiaRonojoy Sen — Articles of Faith: Religion, Secularism, and the Indian Supreme CourtGary J. Jacobsohn — The Wheel of Law: India’s Secularism in Comparative Constitutional Context Social Issues Palagummi Sainath — Everybody Loves a Good DroughtK G Kannabiran — The Wages of Impunity: Power, Justice and Human RightsMarc Galanter, Law and Society in Modern IndiaJames C. Scott — Seeing Like a State: How Certain Schemes to Improve the Human Condition Have FailedJosy Joseph — A Feast of Vultures: The Hidden Business of Democracy in IndiaMarc Galanter – Competing Equalities: Law and the Backward Classes in India.Feminism/Women’s RightsKaviraj Singh — Law and Her: A Handbook on Women Laws In IndiaNivedita Menon — Seeing Like a FeministLinda Hirshman- Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the WorldPratiksha Baxi — Public Secrets of Law: Rape Trials in IndiaFlavia Agnes, Monmayee Basu, and Sudhir Chandra —Women and Law in IndiaSimone De Beauvoir – The Second SexJudith Butler — Gender TroubleCinzia Arruzza, Nancy Fraser, and Tithi Bhattacharya — Feminism for the 99%: A Manifesto Studying Law Nicholas J. 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Bickel — The Least Dangerous Branch: The Supreme Court at the Bar of PoliticsGeorge Harold Gadbois – Supreme Court of India: The BeginningsWill Durant – The Story Of Philosophy How To Law/Research/Write/Draft/Argue Justice Antonin Scalia, B. A. Garner — Making Your Case: The Art Of Persuading JudgesJustice Antonin Scalia, B. A. Garner — Reading Law: The Interpretation Of Legal TextsPhilip Meyer — Storytelling For LawyersJoel P. Trachtman — The Tools of Argument: How the Best Lawyers Think, Argue, and WinGuberman, Ross — Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation’s Top AdvocatesTomorrow’s Lawyers: An Introduction to Your Future by Richard Susskind. Criminal Law Avirook Sen — AarushiPinky Anand — Trials of Truth: India’s Landmark Criminal CasesChitranshul Sinha — The Great Repression: The Story of Sedition in IndiaErle Stanley Gardner — The Court of Last ResortClarence Darrow – Attorney for the Damned Fiction Harper Lee — To Kill a MockingbirdJohn Grisham — The FirmGeorge Orwell — 1984J. 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What Should We Do About Them?Arun Shourie — Courts and Their Judgments: Premises, Prerequisites, ConsequencesAnand Teltumbde and Suraj Yengde – The Radical in Ambedkar: Critical ReflectionsArun Shourie – Falling Over Backwards Other books by Judges, Lawyers & Eminent Juristic Minds Justice Markandey Katju — Whither Indian JudiciaryJustice Markandey Katju — The Shape of Things to Come: An Impassioned ViewFali S. Nariman — India’s Legal System: Can it Be Saved?Fali S. Nariman — God Save the Hon’ble Supreme CourtFali S. Nariman — The State of the Nation: In Context of India’s ConstitutionNani Palkhivala — We, the Nation: The Lost DecadesNani Palkhivala — We, the People: India, the Largest DemocracyAbhishek Singhvi — From the Trenches : India’s top lawyer on his most important casesNani Palkhivala – Our Constitution: Defaced & Defiled(Hamza Lakdawala is Mass Media & Journalism graduate from Mumbai. He worked as a content writer and media consultant with leading media conglomerates and currently works as a freelance writer and researcher. Hamza is deeply interested in law, history, entrepreneurship & education. He is pursuing his LL.B. at Kishinchand Chellaram Law College, Mumbai. You can follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/legallyhamza) Next Story