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Mumbai’s Government Law College wins grand finale of ConQuest 2020

The preliminary rounds of the quiz had more than 600 students from colleges across India participating, after which were four knockout rounds. Eight teams made it to the finale.
ConQuest is an initiative of the Centre for Law & Policy Research | Photo via CLPR

Four more teams qualify, stage is set for ConQuest grand finale on 25 October

Delhi University’s Ramjas College, NLSIU Bangalore, Government Law College Mumbai and NIT Jamshedpur have qualified for the grand finale.
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Knockout rounds of fifth edition of ConQuest begin, four teams qualify for grand finale

More than 180 three-member teams from across disciplines participated in preliminary rounds over the weekend of 3-4 October.
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Fifth edition of ConQuest kicks off online, preliminary results out

The ConQuest questions were an interesting mix of Indian political and constitutional history, with some being pegged to contemporary developments, both in India and abroad.
Students at the South Regional Round of ConQuest 2019 | @clpr_trust

ConQuest is back to test your knowledge of the Constitution, and this time it’s going digital

5th edition of India’s premier quiz on the Constitution will be held every weekend from 3 to 25 October. UG & PG students from all disciplines can participate.
The winners, The National Law School of India University, accepting their award. | Rohini Swamy | ThePrint

NLSIU is big winner as ConQuest 2019 ends with posers on War & Peace, Raghuram Rajan

The fourth edition of ConQuest was organised by the Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR), a not-for-profit trust, in Bengaluru.
Participants at a ConQuest2019 event last month | Twitter: @CLPRtrust

ConQuest 2019 regional rounds test students’ knowledge of Indian Constitution

The final event of ConQuest 2019, India’s premier national quiz on the Indian Constitution, history and politics, will take place Friday.

Over 90 North Indian teams battle it out for top prize at ConQuest

After an intensive quiz of five rounds, Ramjas College emerges as the winner. ThePrint is the digital partner of ConQuest.
ConQuest Quiz on the Indian Constitution, History and Politics id organized by the Centre for Law and Policy Research. | Centre for Law and Policy Research

BITS-Pilani is the big winner as ConQuest 2019 wraps up western round with mind-benders

The west regional round of the 4th edition of ConQuest was held at MM Shankarrao Chavan Law College, Pune, with 45 teams participating.
The winning IIT Kharagpur team | @CLPRtrust | Twitter

IIT-KGP and NUJS teams qualify for ConQuest finals at eastern round in Kolkata

Over 30 teams took part in the eastern regional round of the fourth edition of ConQuest, India’s premier quiz on the Constitution, history and politics.

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First phase of Quad members’ Malabar exercise from 3-6 November in Bay of Bengal

Last week, India had announced Australia will take part in the exercise along with US and Japan, making it a drill by all 4 member nations of the Quad or Quadrilateral coalition.
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