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StepOver Cup: July 2014

While the Gala at Rio ended a very enjoyable and entertaining display of foot-balling action, the football fever still had GNLU in its grips. The Football Club of the Sports Committee was back with the customary 5-a-side futsal tournament this semester. 798 more words

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Dudhsagar Falls: Railway To Heaven

Internships outside your hometown offer you opportunities to explore the new places and things to look around there. While I was interning in Bangalore in June, my good friend and batch-mate Sankeerth Vittal and I had a sudden plan to go on a trek to the Dudhsagar Waterfalls in Goa. 1,096 more words

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Got Cold Milk?

It would appear that a number of GNLUites continue to be curious as to why we do not get cold milk in the evenings. So JO decided to get into some down-and-dirty investigative journalism in the college mess to rake up the incredibly shocking truth! 887 more words

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Make Your Point: Introducing The GNLU Debating League

Debating in GNLU has been going on since 2009, when a small group of people decided that it’s time the university had its own debating society, and since then, with every passing year, the debating society in GNLU has tried using several means to improve and encourage the debating culture in the college. 710 more words

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A Night To Remember

On the 17th of July, Gujarat National Law University completed eleven years. The occasion, as usual, was marked with much fanfare and excitement. GNLU, a statutory university, was established by the Government of Gujarat under the Gujarat National Law University Act 2003. 1,470 more words

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No More Canaries: Cherry Vanilla Is More Than Punk

Cherry Vanilla added a bright red flare to Punk.  She produced highly original music that stood up against and pushed Punk’s connotations. Cherry Vanilla’s two albums are more punk in concept than sound, and carefully tie together Garage, Pop, Rock, and Honky Tonk. 9,676 more words

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Recent Publications from LONTAR Authors

To celebrate the release of LONTAR #4*, we thought it would be a good idea to pimp the latest non-LONTAR publications by our amazing contributors. 617 more words

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