User: TahirAmin Topic: IP
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Inventors struggle to protect patents in Africa 18.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Inventors struggle to protect patents in Africa
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High court's Nexavar ruling strikes a blow for patient's rights in India 17.7.2014 TOI: Mumbai
Paving the way for cheaper liver and kidney cancer medicines, the Bombay High Court in a landmark judgment on Tuesday dismissed US pharma major Bayer Corporation’s challenge to an order by the Controller of Patents granting compulsory license to Indian company Natco to make and sell the ...
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How to fix a broken market in antibiotics 7.7.2014 FirstPost: World

LONDON (Reuters) - The drugs don't work - and neither does the market, when it comes to antibiotics. When sophisticated bugs that medicines used to kill within days start to fight back and win, all of healthcare, and the people it keeps alive, is in trouble. Take gonorrhoea, a sexually transmitted disease contracted by more than 100 million people a year: it used to be easily treatable but has now developed superbug strains that are drug-resistant and are spreading around the planet.

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Book on intellectual property launched 6.7.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Book on intellectual property launched
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Newsmaker: Gopichand Katragadda 3.7.2014 Latest News
This is the first time that the salt-to- automobile conglomerate has created the post of a group chief technology officer
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‘Iyer is Chief Justice of people’s court of India’ 30.6.2014 Hindu: News
Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer has been “by almost universal consent acclaimed as Chief Justice of the people’s court of India,” senior lawyer of the Supreme Court Fali S. Nariman has said. Rel...
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A pro-India voice in the US drums up support for affordable medicines 29.6.2014 HBL: Companies
Indian drugmakers have marshalled their resources to counter negative campaigns against them in the United States. And tasked with getting the Indian voice heard in US corridors of power,...
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Consequences if India fails to act on IPR, warns US lawmaker 27.6.2014 Latest News
A top US lawmaker warned India of "consequences" on its continued violation of intellectual property rights (IPRs) hoping the new government will address America's concerns regarding its policies that undermine IPRs.
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US trade team on review visit 27.6.2014 Latest News
The team is assessing stance of new govt on intellectual property laws
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India should seal trade pact with EU 25.6.2014 HBL: Home
It will be a win-win deal. The crux, of course, is for the Government to make it happen
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US company denied patent on anti-cancer drug 24.6.2014 TOI: India Business
The Indian Patent Office has refused a patent on US firm Abraxis BioSciences' anti-cancer drug Abraxane, paving the way for domestic companies to launch affordable versions in the local market.
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IPAB refuses patent for anti-cancer drug Abraxane 22.6.2014 Latest News
The order comes after a fresh consideration of the issues, following an IPAB order against previous order of Patent Office
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Patent Board dismisses review petition of Millennium Pharma on cancer drug 11.6.2014 Latest News
The review petition was filed against the order dated May 25, 2011, passed by the IPAB dismissing the petition of Millennium Pharma for condonation of delay
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Criminal case no bar to arbitration 8.6.2014 Latest News
The Supreme Court has ruled that a criminal case against one of the contracting parties cannot stall arbitration. "The balance of convenience is more in favour of permitting arbitration proceedings to continue rather than to bring it to a grinding ...
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Indian patent law very strong, at par with global standards: Maruti 3.6.2014 ET: Policy
American pharma sector had alleged that Indian IPR laws discriminate against US companies and violate global norms.
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Indian patent law on par with global standards: Maruti 3.6.2014 Latest News
After three major US companies - Boeing, Abbott and Honeywell - auto major Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) has now come in support of India's intellectual property rights (IPR) regime, saying the "very strong" domestic laws are on par with international ...
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Facebook may soon open up for kids under-13 with parental supervision 31.5.2014 New Kerala: World News
Washington, May 31 : Social media website Facebook wants to patent a system, which would allow children to create accounts with parental supervision.
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Plea alleges patent process biased against Indians 22.5.2014 TOI: India Business
The anomaly will greatly harm the interests of Indian patent applicants, the PIL said.
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India's IPR decisions have hit pharma sector the most, says John J Castellani, CEO, Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America 20.5.2014 ET: Opinion
The current system for intellectual property protection provides the necessary incentives for innovators in all fields of technology to devote time and resources in creating the next generation of products and services for the global economy.
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Domestic pharma to lobby Modi govt 20.5.2014 Latest News
Wants new regime to stand up to the US on patent issues, cites interest in largest drug market
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