Panel Discussion on “Modification of Article 370” at  ILS Law College, Pune on 21st September:

Panel Discussion on “Modification of Article 370” at  ILS Law College, Pune on 21st September:

About the Organizer:

Established in 1924, ILS Law College is one of the premier law schools in India and has been playing a pioneering role in legal education and scholarship in the country. Since its inception, ILS Law College has produced some of the most highly regarded contributors in the field of law.

About the Event:

ILS Law College under the auspices of Centre for Public Law is happy to invite you to a panel discussion on the Union of India’s decision to “modify” Article 370 of the Constitution.


Modification of Article 370: Points and Counter-Points

Time and Date:

21st September 2019 (reporting time 1 p.m)


Laxmi Building, ILS Law College, Pune, Maharashtra, India


  1. Advocate A.G. Noorani, Constitutional expert and author of Article 370: A Constitutional History of Jammu and Kashmir.
  2. Senior Advocate Mihir Desai, a distinguished human rights lawyer, co-founder of HRLN and legal counsel to International People’s Tribunal on Human Rights and Justice in Kashmir.
  3. Senior Advocate Milind Sathe, President of Bombay Bar Association.


Prof. Shrikant Paranjpe, a foreign policy expert and author from the Department of Defense and Strategic Studies, University of Pune.

Format: Opening statements by each speaker followed by a general discussion and debate amongst the panellists regulated by a moderator.

Conclusion after 45 minutes of Q&A Session.

Submission Details:

Registration Fees: Rs. 118 (inclusive of GST)

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