New law scholarship for Indians at Oxford

A new scholarship named after the late Ratanshaw Bomanjee Zaiwalla – one of the first Indians to qualify as an English solicitor in 1925 – has been set up at the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development based in Somerville College, Oxford. Instituted by his son, senior London-based lawyer Sarosh Zaiwalla, its first recipient is Shreya Prakash, who completed her undergraduate degree at the National Law School of India University, Bengaluru. She is enrolled for the Bachelor of Civil Law course. Zaiwalla said: “My aim to create the scholarship is…

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Spain to trap Indians thru movie tourism

Spain is encouraging Indian movie-makers to apply its fiestas, cities and historic monuments as settings for his or her movies, which will increase percentage of India’s outbound tourism market. The parent reviews that Madrid will host the once a year worldwide Indian film Academy awards, known as the “Bollywood Oscars”, this 12 months. a few of the stars who will attend the awards ceremony might be Hrithik Roshan, superstar of the 2011 film Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, which became produced in collaboration with the Spanish tourism promotion enterprise, Turespana. Indian…

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