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LEADER ARTICLE: Patent Wrong 12.2.2007 TOI: Editorial
Mashelkar report opens debate on drug pricing.
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Let go data exclusivity in pharma 11.2.2007 Business Standard
Let go data exclusivity in pharma
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Novartis defends legal challenge to India's patent law 11.2.2007 New Kerala: Business India
Mumbai, Feb 11 : Swiss pharmaceutical major Novartis, on Sunday, defended its decision to challenge a provision in India's patent law that restricts patenting of medicines to innovations only.
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Share registry case 8.2.2007 Business Standard
Share registry case
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What's that on your plate? 4.2.2007 India Together
Genetically engineered foods are blurring the line between acceptable and taboo sources of food for many people. This advance of technology is taking place without the informed consent of the consumers, and additionally raises questions about the safety of such foods and the labeling standards that ought to be adopted, writes Suman Sahai.
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SC reserves verdict on Sidhu's plea for stay on conviction 19.1.2007 The Pioneer
SC reserves verdict on Sidhu's plea for stay on conviction
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Traditional knowledge receives a boost from government 14.1.2007 India Together
The government's recent traditional knowledge digital library will send data to patent offices abroad, so that indigenous knowledge that India abundantly has is not patented overseas. Following India's example, other nations too are showing interest in similarly protecting their interests. Ramesh Menon reports.
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Devinder Sharma: The 'Free trade' explosion 10.9.2006 India Together
With the World Trade talks in limbo, the focus remains on aggressively pushing on the bilateral front. What could not be achieved through a multilateral trade regime, is now being pursued by the US through bilateral and regional deals. Devinder Sharma connects the dots.
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Death knell for low cost medicines 1.12.2004 India Together - Economy

Medicine prices nationwide are likely to go up soon, including at public hospitals and dispensaries. Domestic manufacturers will withdraw critical but cheaper medicines as India gets ready to fulfill WTO obligations. Devinder Sharma argues that this is the beginning of a scientific apartheid.
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REFILE-UPDATE 1-India grants Pfizer patent on pneumonia vaccine in blow to aid group 1.1.1970 Sify News
(Clarifies production time of the vaccine in paragraph 16)
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India grants Pfizer patent on pneumonia vaccine in blow to aid group 1.1.1970 Sify News
By Zeba Siddiqui
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Swamy Twists facts, gets it wrong on Arvind Subramanian 1.1.1970 Sify News
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India announces new trademark, patent policy amid global pressure 1.1.1970 Sify News
By Manoj Kumar
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RPT-Two Indian generics makers end battle to copy drugs amid patent debate 1.1.1970 Sify News
(Repeats with no changes to text)
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Two Indian generics makers end battle to copy drugs amid patent debate 1.1.1970 Sify News
* BDR, Lee not pursuing copies of Bristol Myers, AstraZeneca drugs
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GlaxoSmithKline promises reduced drug patents to help world's poor 1.1.1970 Sify News
By Ben Hirschler
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UPDATE 1-U.S. industry body says India agreed to not issue 'compulsory' drug licences 1.1.1970 Sify News
* Private assurances given to U.S. business group
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US industry body says India agreed to not issue 'compulsory' drug licenses 1.1.1970 Sify News
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U.S. industry body says India agreed to not issue 'compulsory' drug licences 1.1.1970 Sify News
* Private assurances given to U.S. business group
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Pacific trade deal could limit affordable drugs - world health chief 1.1.1970 Sify News
By Tom Miles
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