India Legal, NLU, APN News TV Ink MoU for Sharing of Legal News, Opinions

India’s first politico-legal fortnightly ‘India Legal’ has expanded its reach by adapting its stories to its sister concern APN News TV.

Published: 23rd April 2016 02:59 PM  |   Last Updated: 23rd April 2016 02:59 PM   |  A+A-

By ANI

NEW DELHI: India’s first politico-legal fortnightly ‘India Legal’ has expanded its reach by adapting its stories to its sister concern APN News TV.

According to the magazine’s  Editor Inderjeet Badhwar, they have added special programs like the daily half-hour ‘Courts’ and the hour-long ‘India Legal’ talk show in Hinglish that airs Saturday nights at 8 p.m.

Badhwar further revealed in the April 30 edition of the magazine that an English language 24x7 India Legal TV channel would be launched soon.

He said that India Legal has signed an agreement with the National Law University (NLU) on April 13 for a joint venture that will see students, faculty, journalists, foreign law schools like Columbia and Harvard, and visiting professors being involved with legal news and opinions.

Badhwar described the NLU as a “Make-in-India” success story, and added that not only will students and faculty participate and help in moving the content of the India Legal magazine forward, but they will also participate in seminars, discussion groups, reconstruction of trialsfrom the moot court on their campus which will be aired on television channels via campus-based students and broadcast facilities.

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