Tag Archives: Sushant Sinha

Sinha on Speed and Relevance Improvements to Indian Kanoon

Dr. Sushant Sinha of Indian Kanoon has posted Faster and More Relevant Kanoon!, at the Indian Kanoon forums. He writes: A new release of IndianKanoon brings in the following changes: 1. A new tiering function that slims down the top … Continue reading

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Sushant Sinha Profiled by Bar and Bench

Dr. Sushant Sinha, founder of Indian Kanoon, has been profiled by the Indian legal news source Bar and Bench, in Raghul Sudheesh’s article entitled Indian Kanoon: Bar & Bench talks to the mind behind Indian Legal Google (27 June 2012). … Continue reading

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Mobile Version of Indian Kanoon Available

A mobile version of Indian Kanoon, the free-access-to-law service for India, is now available, according to a new post by Dr. Sushant Sinha, creator of Indian Kanoon, in the Indian Kanoon forums. Here is an excerpt from the post: The … Continue reading

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Sinha on Ad Hoc [Legal] Learning in an Online World

Dr. Sushant Sinha of Indian Kanoon has posted slides of his new presentation entitled Ad Hoc Learning in an Online World, given at Teaching Media Policy and Law – A Faculty Workshop, held 24-25 April 2012 at the National Law … Continue reading

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Indian Kanoon Adds Daily Updates from Administrative Tribunals

Dr. Sushant Sinha of Indian Kanoon has posted Daily updates from tribunals, in the Indian Kanoon forum. Here is an excerpt from the post: Daily updates from tribunals are integrated with Indian Kanoon. The source code for all of this … Continue reading

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Indian Kanoon Adds Features Based on User Data

Indian Kanoon, the free access to law service for India — created by Dr. Sushant Sinha — has added several new features that draw on user data. According to a post to the Indian Kanoon forums, the new features are: … Continue reading

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New, Free Access to Indian Parliamentary Debates, on Indian Kanoon

Full text of debates of the Lok Sabha — the lower house of the Parliament of India — from 1998 to present, are now available free of charge on Indian Kanoon, Dr. Sushant Sinha‘s free access to law service for … Continue reading

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New on Slaw.ca: Indian Kanoon: Sushant Sinha on Innovation and Free Law in India

Dr. Sushant Sinha‘s free access to law service for India, Indian Kanoon, is the subject of my new, in-depth article on Slaw.ca, the Canadian legal blog. The article provides a great deal of detailed information about Indian Kanoon, including information … Continue reading

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Iyengar on Free Access to Law in India

Prashant Iyengar of Alternative Law Forum and the Center for Internet and Society, has posted the abstract of his 2010 report on free access to law in India, entitled Free Access to Law: Is It Here to Stay? India, Country … Continue reading

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New on VoxPopuLII: Sinha on Indian Kanoon: The Genesis and the Legal Thirst

Dr. Sushant Sinha of Yahoo! India has posted Indian Kanoon: The Genesis and the Legal Thirst, on the VoxPopuLII Blog, published by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. In this post, Dr. Sinha describes the origins and … Continue reading

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