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Experts highlight importance of intellectual property rights
Apr 12, 2014
MYSORE: Protecting intellectual property right is very important. Seven intellectual properties - patent, trademark, design, trade name, trade secret, geographical recognition and copyright - have been identified, and it is important to get patents for research work and methodology, said K S Rangappa, vice-chancellor of University of Mysore.
Fliers to fill up new immigration form from tomorrow
Mar 01, 2014
DELHI: Passengers flying into India will have to fill up a new immigration form from tomorrow to declare Indian currency exceeding Rs 10,000 being brought by them, among others.
'India needs an Intellectual Property Rights friendly culture'
Feb 28, 2014
AHMEDABAD: Microsoft (India) has established the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) chair at Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) about which the software giant had made an announcement recently. In an effort to raise awareness about IPR laws in India, Microsoft and GNLU will collaborate on research in the field and organize seminars on IPR for the next five years.
US International Trade Commission to hear cases of bias against American companies in India
Feb 12, 2014
DELHI: The US International Trade Commission would begin public hearing on Wednesday as part of its probe into Indian policies that allegedly discriminate against US trade and investments. The quasi-judicial body set up by the US Congress is currently investigating whether and to what extent Indian polices discriminate against US players.
US trade panel investigations: Indian industry to explain policies tomorrow
Feb 12, 2014
MUMBAI: Indian drugmakers and IT representatives will be in Washington tomorrow, making submissions before the US International Trade Commission to explain India’s trade policies.
Intellectual property rights: US set to punish India
Feb 11, 2014
DELHI: It's not looking good between New Delhi and Washington. Tensions over the Khobragade episode are yet to fully dissipate, but the two sides are locking horns again over intellectual property rights. The Obama administration is scheduled to announce unspecified ''trade enforcement action'' against India on Monday evening (Tuesday am IST) Washington time.
Experts, pharma firms doubt US intellectual property ranking; India lowest among 25 countries
Feb 05, 2014
DELHI: Intellectual property experts and generic drug firms in India have questioned the methodology and even the motive behind the US Chamber of Commerce's Global Intellectual Property Centre (GIPC) index in which the nation has been ranked the lowest among 25 countries.
India last in intellectual property protection and enforcement rankings
Jan 31, 2014
DELHI: For the second straight year, India has been placed at the bottom of a ranking of countries assessed for protection and enforcement of intellectual property practices.
Protecting patents: India worst in world
Jan 30, 2014
DELHI: Despite the current decade being called India’s “decade of innovation”, the country has been ranked at the bottom of the list of 25 countries in terms of its intellectual property (IP) environment. According to the 2014 International Intellectual Property (IP) Index by the US Chamber of Commerce’s Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC), India’s percentage score has fallen from 25 per cent in 2012 to 23 per cent.
Rod Hunter: Why India needs to take intellectual property seriously
Jan 13, 2014
DELHI: Dr Reddy's Laboratories' chairman, G V Prasad, called for the Indian pharmaceutical industry to move up the value chain from generics through investing in research and innovation, reported the Business Standard last week. Mr Prasad's aspirational call to action is, however, a sad reminder of how the government's policies create a hostile environment for investment and hobble Indian creativity. A salient example of these counterproductive policies are the attacks on some 15 medicine patent
Intellectual Property Summit begins on Jan 10
Jan 10, 2014
AHMEDABAD: The Seventh annual Intellectual Property Summit 2014, commencing here on Friday, will promote the concept of intellectual property right (IPR) as a means to protect brands.
Conversion of land use disallowed
Dec 16, 2013
DELHI: The Supreme Court last week dismissed appeal of Oswal Agro Mills Ltd against the judgment of the Bombay High Court which had quashed the sanction accorded by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai for construction of a residential cum commercial complex in its land in Chembur, in the heart of the metropolis. The high court had asked the municipal commissioner to consider the objections raised by the Police Department, Ministry of Petroleum, Ministry of Environment and Intelligence Bu

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