User: TahirAmin Topic: IP
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India rejects 955 pharma patent applications in last three years 25.7.2016 ET: Pharma
To a separate query, she said India is considered as a leading exporter and holds second position in export of generic drugs in terms of volumes.
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India rejects 955 pharma patent applications in last 3 years 25.7.2016 newindianexpress.com
India has rejected as many as 955 patent applications in the pharmaceutical sector in the last three years.
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India rejects 955 pharma patent applications in last 3 years 25.7.2016 Latest News
Nirmala Sitharaman said there was a slowdown in exports from SEZs because of reasons like withdrawal of exemptions of minimum alternate tax
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Red tape snipped for start-ups 24.7.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Vetting by inter-ministerial board removed for benefits under Startup India Action Plan
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Red tape snipped for start-ups 23.7.2016 All Companies Stories
Vetting by inter-ministerial board removed for benefits under Startup India Action Plan
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Booster shot for start-ups 23.7.2016 Latest News
Govt makes it easier for start-ups to seek benefits under Startup India Action Plan
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Kerala inventor assures to solve power scarcity woes, ETDC tests and certifies it 22.7.2016 TOI: Thiruvananthapuram
In a path-breaking invention, an inventor Rajeev KR from Kerala has proved that multiplication of energy is possible which if harnessed could solve all power scarcity woes. Scientists at Electronics Test and Development Centre (ETDC), Chennai have tested and certified his invention. Rajeev has now applied for a patent for the same.
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MSF urges India to continue pushing generic drugs 21.7.2016 DNA: Urban Tales
In a report presented on HIV drug pricing released at a conference in Durban on Thursday, the international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), also known as Doctors Without Borders, stressed on the need for India to encourage generic drugs. "India is under massive pressure to turn off its tap of affordable medicines, which are lifeline for millions of people not only in India, but across the developing world," said Leena Menghaney, South Asia Head of MSF's Access Campaign. "If India doesn't stand strong against pharmaceutical corporations and governments that are pushing for change in the country's patent law and policies, people around the world will face a crisis in access to medicines in the future," she said. While the prices of drugs of the first line and second line treatment have continued to fall, third line treatment remains expensive. The third line drugs are needed by people who have become resistant to other drugs. Cost of third line treatment for HIV can go up ...
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Medicine market 20.7.2016 FrontLine: Cover Story
The effect of health reforms has been both direct in terms of declining public investment in health-care infrastructure and medical education and indirect in terms of the high cost of medicines following the WTO trade regime. By R. RAMACHANDRAN
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Diluted patent laws will spike drug price: experts 15.7.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Diluted patent laws will spike drug price: experts
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SC says NEET ordinance open to doubt but refuses to stay it 14.7.2016 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, July 14 : The Supreme Court on Thursday expressed doubt over validity of the ordinance providing that states could hold their own entrance examination for admission to undergraduate medical courses for the current academic year bypassing the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) but refused to interfere with its operation.
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Protection of IPR a must, says expert 12.7.2016 The Assam Tribune
Protection of IPR a must, says expert
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India, U.S. will weather trade disputes: Farrell 9.7.2016 Hindu: Economy
The two countries have had several irritants in their relationship on the trade front in recent months.
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India should reject efforts weakening access to generic drugs: MSF 7.7.2016 DNA: Health
If India caves in to this pressure, the results could be devastating for South Africans, millions of people across Africa and other developing countries, MSF said.
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India should reject efforts weakening access to generic drugs 7.7.2016 ET: Pharma
MSF urged Modi to defend India's lifeline to South Africa and developing countries through affordable versions of new medicines.
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What's in a name? A reputation across nations, say legal circles 7.7.2016 TOI: Calcutta Times
Kolkata/ The decision of the Union cabinet on Tuesday to rename Calcutta high court as Kolkata HC was "a meaningless exercise" said legal eagles.
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UN Human Rights Council adopts landmark resolution on access to medicines 2.7.2016 FirstPost: World

The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Friday adopted a landmark resolution on access to medicines – in order to examine the relation between intellectual property rights, trade agreements and access issues – sponsored by a group of developing countries, including India.

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TIPCU to tackle online piracy 25.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
TIPCU to tackle online piracy
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TIPCU to tackle online piracy 25.6.2016 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
The initiative is said to be first of its kind in the country
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Will suspend demand for sacking CEA: Swamy 23.6.2016 TOI: Home
A day after the government came out in strong defence of CEA Arvind Subramanian in face of his barrage of attack, Swamy tweeted this morning "If an Indian?, held patriotic, can advise a foreign nation where he works, to twist India's arm, is to be forgiven, then I suspend my demand".
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