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BBC World News

In the Article titled “Twilight of the Taj” by Salman Ravi (Correspondent, BBC World Service ) a case summary of “M.C. Mehta v. Union of India, 1986 – Taj Trapezium Case” written by Dhruval Singh (Editor, Law Times Journal) was referred.


The Wire

In the Article titled “With the RTI Law in Place, Rafale Deal Secrets Can’t Be Called Stolen” by M. Sridhar Acharyulu (A former Central Information Commissioner and a professor of media law at Bennett University) referred the Case Summary on Indira Nehru Gandhi Vs. Raj Narain written by Hemant Varshney (Author, Law Times Journal)


LiveLaw.in

Above stated paper of M. Sridhar Acharyulu (A former Central Information Commissioner and a professor of media law at Bennett University) was republished in Live Law titled ” Rafale: Official Secret Act Vs Right To Information” in which the Case Summary on Indira Nehru Gandhi Vs. Raj Narain written by Hemant Varshney (Author, Law Times Journal) was referred.


India Times

India Times covered the story of Freedom Fighter Raj Narain with title “Here’s Story Freedom Fighter Raj Narain Who Challenged, Fought And Defeated PM Indira Gandhi” and referred the case summary of “Indira Nehru Gandhi Vs. Raj Narain” written by Hemant Varshney (Author, Law Times Journal) was referred.



In the Article “Meet The 12 Dalit, Bahujan, and Trans Women Braving The 2019 Lok Sabha Elections” case summary of “NLSA vs. Union of India” was referred.

 


Wikipedia in the Post on Recognition of same-sex unions in India referred and quoted an Article on Uniform Civil Code written by  Anubhuti Rastogi (Author,Law Times Journal)

 


Indian Folk

Law Times Journal (lawtimesjournal.in) was quoted in the article titled “Make the Law Stricter

 

 


Blogging.org

Law Times Journal was ranked in the Top 10 Indian Law Blogs/Legal Websites

 

 


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