Presenting the 9th NLS Debate 2010: The Home of Indian Debating

By Aruj Garg

The 9th edition of the NLS Debate kicked off today at the National Law School of India University campus.

Over the years, the NLS-D has proved to be a valuable platform to institutions across Asia for achieving excellence in debating.

The NLS Debate is known for the top-notch adjudication both by external adjudicators and the reputed pool of NLS adjudicators.

This years’ edition has a huge range of attractions. The adjudication core consists of LOGANDRAN BALAVIJENDRAN, two time Worlds’ adjudicator and the to-be Chief Adjudicator of Worlds’ at Botswana, SUTHEN TATE THOMAS, Asian Champion and Worlds’ Deputy Chief Adjudicator.

The debate has VIPUL NANDA as Chief Adjudicator, the to-be Deputy Chief Adjudicator for United Asians Debating Championships (UADC) 2011, Maanav Kumar and Sowjhanya Shankaran, both top-level national debaters. 60 teams from India and other parts of the sub-continent are participating in the NLS debate 2010.

This year the NLS-D will feature the tab software being used at UADC for a transparent system in the tabs and like last year there shall be a separate break for novices.

We’ll be continuously bringing you all the happenings and the updates from the NLS-D, the home of Indian debating.

Image taken from here (NLS-D Facebook page).

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