Events

DIMINISHING LINES OF REALITY: RIPAL VYAS ON FUTURISTIC TECHNOLOGIES

“Whereas the short-term impact of AI depends on who controls it, the long-term impact depends on whether it can be controlled at all” -Stephen Hawking It is said that fire is a fair maid, but a cruel mistress. In modern days, the concept of artificial intelligence is no different. It is a tool best used… Continue reading DIMINISHING LINES OF REALITY: RIPAL VYAS ON FUTURISTIC TECHNOLOGIES

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Events

Days of Past: Triple Talaq

-Yash Mittal Unrelenting its journey, ILNU successfully organized Samwaad XIIth Edition whose thesis of discussion was upon Hon’ble Supreme Court Judgment, invalidating Triple Talaq practice among Muslims, terming the practice as discriminatory and unjust to women. The ruling is enormously welcomed everywhere, which took a long deliberative process that led to the raising of several… Continue reading Days of Past: Triple Talaq

Achievements

It’s all about finding your interests and chasing them: Sarthak Sonwalkar on Getting the LAMP fellowship

For the students of ILNU, Sarthak Sonwalkar needs no introduction. Anyone who has ever wanted to moot, or participate in any music competition or event, couldn’t have done that without any interaction with Sarthak. A prolific mooter during his college days and a fantastic vocalist, Sarthak owns a charming personality backed by a deep understanding… Continue reading It’s all about finding your interests and chasing them: Sarthak Sonwalkar on Getting the LAMP fellowship

ILNU Diaries

US WITHDRAWAL FROM PARIS TREATY: MOTIVES AND IMPLICATIONS

On 31st May 2015, U.S President made headlines with his tweet announcing the new government’s decision to drop out of the imperative The Paris Agreement which was struck in 2015 between 195 countries pledging to curb greenhouse gas emissions. This caused uproar on the public as well as virtual space regarding the callous attitude of… Continue reading US WITHDRAWAL FROM PARIS TREATY: MOTIVES AND IMPLICATIONS

ILNU Diaries

The development of Asian-African Development Corridor and border areas: Indian Response to China’s Challenge

When the troop face-off between India and China on the Sikkim – Bhutan – Tibet Tri-Junction (also called Doklam region) is at their full swings which make both countries to deploy 3,000 troops each along the border, a good news has come from the Asian Development Bank, which has shown interest to fund the projects… Continue reading The development of Asian-African Development Corridor and border areas: Indian Response to China’s Challenge