The Karnataka State Law University (KSLU), in association with Ghent University, Belgium, and Kuvempu University, Shimoga, will organise a two-day conference titled ‘Dharma and ethics: tradition, religion and law' here from Saturday.

The university's Vice-Chancellor J.S. Patil told presspersons here on Wednesday that the conference would be a prelude to another such event —a world conference on rethinking religion in India — and the varsity's plan to set up the Institute of Comparative Studies in Law and to develop an international research team.

The former Governor of Bihar M. Rama Jois, MP, will inaugurate the conference.

Resource persons Balagangadhara from Belgium, Prakash Shah from the United Kingdom, Divya Zingram from the U.S., and Miroslav Ludwig, Rector Rydl, Vorel and Martin Farek from the University of Pardubice will make presentations.

The two-day programme will begin tomorrow

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