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Prof. Deepti Gupta graced Army Institute of Law, Mohali with her presence on 8th March 2018. She spoke about the importance and need to develop language in order to succeed in the field of Law. Given the fact that a lawyer’s main tool is his words, language and its improvement becomes an integral part of any budding lawyer’s life. 
She is presently the Chairman of Department of English and Cultural Studies at Punjab University.  She is a highly educated woman with an M.A in English Literature and Linguistics, M.Phil. in Stylistics and a PhD in English Language teaching. She specialises in Applied Linguistics.She has various publications to her name including some for International journals such as ELT journal, UK and has also served as a Reviewer for various National & International Journals. The Prof. also has to her credit, various books outlining her immense knowledge in the field of English Literature and Linguistics. The Prof. has had the pleasure of being the Guest Faculty at…
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The ability to formulate your thoughts is something that everybody possess. However, it is the ability to put across your thoughts in such a manner that they appeal to those listening, is the gift of oration. Everybody is a speaker, but not everybody is an orator. 
The annual edition of the Intra-Institute Debate Competition was organized on the 15th of February, 2018. The debate was organized in two rounds with the first eliminations round being organized on the 13th February, open to the whole student body. The eliminations saw strong participation on the topic ‘Is Space Exploration Ethical’.
On the basis of the performance at the elimination rounds, 8 teams were chosen to participate in the final round organized on the 15th in the Multi-purpose Hall (MPH). These 8 teams were:

Afreen & Nritika (II Year)Fury (IV Year) & Kainat (II Year)Sankalp & Arundhati (III Year)Trisha & Anshul (II Year)Vatsala & Tavish (V Year)Prateek & Sarthak (I Year)Ankit & R…


Securing energy is the biggest job of any government. In a country like India which has a booming manufacturing sector, it becomes more important than ever to ensure energy security. Just as it is important, it is also difficult to ensure. India has relied on imports for securing its energy needs. Total installed capacity of India’s power sector as of 31st August 2017 has been:
Fuel MW % of Total Total Thermal 2,19,490 66.7%           Coal 1,93,467 58.8%           Gas 25,185 7.6%           Oil


Lex Quizzerables, the Quiz Club of the Institute, today conducted its annual edition of Quiz Competition, Virtuoso.
Quizzes, more often than not, challenge our minds to focus and spontaneously respond back to the question at hand. It creates an ambience, where people of all age groups come together, and compete to win the coveted title.
The Quiz was conducted in two stages, the Preliminary Round, which saw the participation of the entire college. The Top Scoring 16 students, qualified to the semi-final rounds which were subsequently held in the Multi-purpose Hall (MPH). The Semi-Finalists were grouped into eight teams, two members each. The Semi-Finals was just a mere glimpse of the spectacle of questions that awaited the participants who further qualified to the Final Round.
The following set of teams made it to the Final Round(s): ·Ankit & Sourav – III Year·Omvir (II Year) & Ajit (III Year)·Devrat (I Year) & Rajendra (II Year…


Introduction To be able to understand the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), it is important to have a brief introduction into China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) or the One Belt One Road (OBOR) vision. It is a strategic plan that involves development of up to six corridors in various countries across the Central Asia, South East Asia and parts of the Middle East, trying to replicate the ancient Silk Route. As a part of this, they also have the 21st Century Maritime Route that attempts to link China to Europe through South West Africa and South Asia. If successful, the OBOR will connect China to up to 60 countries, boosting its GDP by up to 25%.
Need for CPEC
The CPEC is a part of the vision of OBOR. China needs the CPEC for two key reasons. First, the Chinese economy is manufacturing based, therefore it requires an uninterrupted flow of raw material and power/energy and a market to sell these products. For both of these, China’s best solution is to be directly connected to the …


The world has recently been on the edge with increasing tensions between North Korea, the United States and its allies primarily South Korea and Japan with North Korea recently ramping up its missile programme and nuclear tests under the garb of regime survival.
Kim’s regime claims that besides learning how to build, they have also learned how to miniaturize a hydrogen bomb; competent enough to fit on the new Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), furthermore, have also developed a system skilful enough of delivering it, and this nuclear arsenal was recently showcased to the world via various tests.
These actions of the North have prompted a jittery American President who often seems ignorant of the plausible repercussions of his words. The country has been notoriously secluded since the Korean War. Their military is shockingly anachronistic with wood powered trucks as perceptible from some recently leaked photos. North Korea is at the bottom tier of pretty much every human develo…