User: TahirAmin Topic: IP
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Last updated: May 25 2016 23:38 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Patently a missed opportunity 25.5.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Patently a missed opportunity
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Caution against MNCs appropriating traditional knowledge 25.5.2016 Hindu: Cities
The National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy unveiled by the Government earlier this month has been widely hailed by experts here, amid reservations about bringing traditional knowledge into...
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Patently a missed opportunity 25.5.2016 Hindu: Opinion
India’s first IPR policy trots out the worn western fairy tale that more IP means innovation, and encourages the pointless privatisation of indigenous knowledge
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At landmark BRICS meet, India raises public health, pharma sector concerns 24.5.2016 FirstPost: India

India as the BRICS pres hosted a high level panel discussion on access to medicines and trade that was attended by all the health mins and deputy health mins of Brazil, China, Russia, India, South Africa and also Chile.

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Pharma battle: Indian Patent office and MNCs should resist from the confrontational policy 24.5.2016 FirstPost: Business

Drug MNCs especially from the US have had a problematic relationship with the Indian Patent office so much so that the US government has placed India in the list of patently unfriendly patent countries in the world

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Doubts on IPR policy boost for patents, say experts 24.5.2016 News
It aims to leverage IPR to reap economic and social benefits on a large scale
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Doubts on IPR policy boost for innovation 23.5.2016 News
It aims to leverage IPR to reap economic and social benefits on a large scale
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Standing up to patent bullying 22.5.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Standing up to patent bullying
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Standing up to patent bullying 22.5.2016 Hindu: Op-Ed
Access to low-cost quality medicines plays a critical role in public health systems. In the last decade, the public health challenges facing developing countries have expanded beyond infectious diseas...
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Arun M Kumar: Passage of bankruptcy law is a milestone 21.5.2016 All Economy & Policy Stories
This important reform makes it more likely that India's banks can recoup their investments and therefore lend to promising Indian entrepreneurs
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Arun M Sharma: Passage of bankruptcy law is a milestone 21.5.2016 Latest News
This important reform makes it more likely that India's banks can recoup their investments and therefore lend to promising Indian entrepreneurs
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Tanoubi Ngangom: Navigating the IPR maze 21.5.2016 Latest News
The Indian IPR framework has been facing intense investigation from the US
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Ahmedabad attorney nominated to Asian association 19.5.2016 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
City-based attorney Jatin Trivedi has been nominated as a committee member from Gujarat to the Asian Patent Attorneys Association.
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Meeting halfway 18.5.2016 All Economy & Policy Stories
New intellectual property rights policy a step forward
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#dnaEdit: India must resist pressure to amend its patent laws 17.5.2016 DNA: Top News
The National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy promises to overhaul patents administration in India, but has raised concerns in the pharmaceutical industry and among those who seek a balance between IPR and free access to knowledge. Finance minister Arun Jaitley has asserted that India would retain its right to compulsory licensing in public interest to meet contingencies, and there would be no changes to Section 3(d) of the Indian Patents Act, which prevents ever-greening of drug patents. Though the policy claims that India’s patent laws are compliant with the Doha Declaration and the TRIPS (Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) Agreement, certain provisions in the policy document have alarmed the generic drugs industry. It promises to “carry out legislative changes” whenever existing laws become inadequate to address changes in the knowledge field.  With India constantly pressured by developed countries to amend its patent laws, it is feared that these changes can proceed only ...
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An IP policy with no innovation 17.5.2016 Hindu: Opinion
Intellectual property accelerates innovation in certain technology sectors, but it impedes innovation in others. The biggest flaw of the new policy is that it does not acknowledge this.
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IPR policy reiterates India's stance: Sitharaman 17.5.2016 All Economy & Policy Stories
The policy is expected to strengthen the IPR regime in the country
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Intellectual Property Rights policy to help commercialise patents, copyrights: Government 16.5.2016 ET: Policy
IPR policy will not only incentivise entrepreneurship and innovation in the country, but will aid in the conversion of copyrights and patents for commercial use.
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IPR policy to help commercialise patents, copyrights: Govt 16.5.2016 deccanherald.com
The Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) policy will not only incentivise entrepreneurship and innovation in the country, but will aid in the conversion of copyrights and patents for commercial use, Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said today. Last week, government announced a comprehensive national IPR policy, which calls for updating intellectual property laws, including Indian Cinematography Act to remove anomalies and inconsistencies in consultation with stakeholders. It also aims to curb the manufacturing and sale of counterfeits. Indian courts have kept up the rule of law and protection of patents and rights of patent holders have never been undermined, Sitharaman told reporters here. "But now with this policy, we have given a direction to it, to the whole idea of how we are going to sustain and build on the interest for innovation, how R&D is going to strengthen Indias patent related matters and how as a government we are going to help them strengthening awareness," she added. The Minister ...
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IPR policy reiterates India's stance on issue before PM visit to US: Sitharaman 16.5.2016 All Economy & Policy Stories
The policy is expected to strengthen the IPR regime in the country
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