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Exclusive: Rajinikanth's 'Kabali' will make Rs 300 crore at the box office, says producer Kalaippuli S Thanu 3.5.2016 DNA: Top News
Kalaippuli S Thanu is a renowned person in the Tamil film industry. The producer has given superhits and many stars are keen to work with him. He started his career in the Tamil film industry as a distributor and is the number one producer in Kollywood today. After a superhit with Vijay's Theri, he is busy with Superstar Rajinikanth's Kabali. Clad in his trademark white full-sleeved shirt and trousers, the producer sits down for an exclusive chat with dna. He talks about his friendship with the Superstar and reveals some interesting facts about Kabali and more. Tell us about your relationship with Rajinikanth.  My friendship with Rajinikanth goes back 35 years. When he acted in the film Bairavi in 1978, we were the distributors for Madras (Chennai). I saw the film stills that ‘Stills’ Ravi had clicked and every still of Rajinkanth’s was alluring and stood out. The way he stood, tapped the snake on the head, aimed his rifle, carried the goat on his shoulders – these images and his role were unseen in ...
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Press Release from Business Wire : Tessera Technologies, Inc. 3.5.2016 TOI: Intl Business
TSRA), announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary Invensas Corporation signed a new technology license and development agreement with Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Inc.
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Hello! Is it Lionel Richie's new line of cosmetics you're looking for? 1.5.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
Singer Lionel Richie is launching his own cosmetic line inspired by the title of his hit song "Hello".  Richie's company filed a trademark for the beauty line called "Hello by Lionel Richie" last week, reported Ace Showbiz. The copyright covers everything related to beauty including, cosmetics, face masks, body glitter, bath beads, hair bows, nail polish, etc. However, there's a separate trademark for products like candles and candle ...
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dna Money Must Reads: From no takers for Mallya's Kingfisher trademarks to diesel taxis to go off roads in Delhi and more 30.4.2016 DNA: India
1. No takers for Mallya's Kingfisher brand, trademarks despite one-tenth bid price Kingfisher Airlines' lenders failed to get any bidders for the sale of the company's brand, trademarks and taglines in a bid to recover their dues from beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya. Read moretaglines in a bid to recover their dues from beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya. Read ...
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dna Afternoon Must Reads: Live updates of West Bengal elections; Queen Elizabeth II takes on the Obamas; and more 30.4.2016 DNA: Popular News
1. NEET: SC refuses to entertain plea from students seeking modification of order, first phase of exam to be held tomorrow Court made its intention clear while dismissing the plea saying, "let the exams go on". Read more here 2. No takers for Mallya's Kingfisher brand, trademarks despite one-tenth bid price Kingfisher Airlines' lenders failed to get any bidders for the sale of the company's brand, trademarks and taglines in a bid to recover their dues from beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya. Read more here 3. LIVE | West Bengal Elections 2016 Phase 5: 38.30% turnout till 11am, 3 persons injured The fifth phase of polling in West Bengal has started on Saturday across 53 constituencies in the state. Read more here 4. Watch: Way to drop the mic! The Obamas challenge Prince Harry, but Queen Elizabeth II has the last word The Invictus Games are here and looks like the Obamas have taken it up seriously with the royalty of Britain. Read more here 5. IPL 2016: 'Centurion' Smith rues dismal bowling performance ...
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No takers for Kingfisher Airlines brands in auction 30.4.2016 TOI: Home
Seeking to recover their dues from beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya, lenders on Saturday initiated an auction of various brands and trademarks of the long-grounded Kingfisher Airlines, including its once-famous tagline 'Fly The Goodtimes' but bidders were hard to come by.
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Press Release from Business Wire : Ora, Inc. 29.4.2016 TOI: Intl Business
BOSTON, (BSW) -Ora, Inc., the world’s leading partner for ophthalmic pharmaceutical and device development, announced today the appointment of David A. Hollander, M.D., M.B.A., as Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice-President. Dr.
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Banks to auction Kingfisher, 'Fly the Good Times' trademarks 28.4.2016 Rediff: Business
The airlines had pledged the trademarks as collateral with banks at the time of taking loans from them
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Govt’s plan to ban all tobacco FDI to hit GPI 28.4.2016 TOI: India Business
The government’s proposed ban on allowing foreign direct investment for manufacture of tobacco products through trademark or licensing route is expected to hit a majority of the tobacco business of Godfrey Phillips India (GPI), the KK Modi-controlled company, which has a licensing arrangement with US-based Philip Morris for the Indian market.
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Trump hired me as a powerful woman. I saw how sexism became his trademark | Barbara Res 28.4.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page
I was hired to be the vice-president of Trump Organization in the 1980s. But his comments to Hillary Clinton show he is no champion of women now In a victory speech on Tuesday, Donald Trump told a crowd of adoring supporters that Hillary Clinton was playing “the woman card”. He alleged that Clinton wouldn’t get many votes if she were a man: “I don’t think she’d get 5% of the vote,” he said. Trump, of course, claims to be “great for women”. He has said this many times – and he mentions me as direct proof. In the 1980s, Donald Trump hired me to be vice-president of his company, in charge of the Trump Tower construction. I certainly benefited from being given the position, which was a daring move back then. There were no women in construction in those days. At the time, I applauded him for being ...
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Kitchen gadgets review: Tea Maker from Sage – ‘like a unicorn rebranded as a sharp horse’ 27.4.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page

It looks hypnotic, but no one needs a kettle you boil tea directly into – even one designed by Heston Blumenthal

The Tea Maker from Sage, by Heston Blumenthal (sageappliances.co.uk, £199.99), is a kettle containing a perforated steel cradle, magnetically clipped to an interior shaft, which submerges tea leaves in boiling water on a programmable cycle.

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IKEA battles trademark cases in courts ahead of India store launch 27.4.2016 ET: Consumer Products
Last year, IKEA lost a trademark case in a district court against Quess Corp., which runs staffing businesses under brand IKYA Human Capital Solutions.
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India won't succumb to any pressure on IPR issues: Nirmala Sitharaman 26.4.2016 ET: Policy
Sitharaman said that India is working on a case based on the fact that several states in the US are also possibly giving a domestic content like benefit to their companies.
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India should strengthen IP regime to improve competitiveness 26.4.2016 ET: Policy
A robust ecosystem for innovation can only get created when there is clarity on regulatory issues at the national level. There are many issues here which need resolution.
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Magical Mahrez honoured for lighting up Leicester's season 26.4.2016 Rediff: Sports
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri mused on Sunday that, if he had his wish, every one of his wonderful squad would have been honoured as Player of the Year at the Professional Footballers' Association awards night.
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Cigarette stocks feel FDI heat, Godfrey Phillips tanks 17% intraday 26.4.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
Cigarette stocks led by Godfrey Phillips came under heavy selling pressure on Tuesday, falling by up to 17.4%, following reports that the government is working on a proposal to completely ban foreign direct investment (FDI) in the tobacco sector.  Shares of Godfrey Phillips India tumbled 17.38% to Rs 933 intraday on the BSE. Among others, Golden Tobacco slipped 4.87% to Rs 39, VST Industries lost 3.21% to Rs 1,595 and ITC fell 2.8% to Rs 312. After making it mandatory to carry larger pictorial warnings on cigarette packets, the government is now working on a proposal to completely ban FDI in the tobacco sector. At present, FDI is permitted in technology collaboration in any form, including licensing for franchise, trademark, brand name and management contract in the sector. However, it is prohibited in manufacturing of cigars, cigarettes of tobacco and tobacco substitutes.  According to sources, the Commerce and Industry Ministry is proposing banning FDI in licensing for franchise, trademark, brand name ...
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Government Likely To Completely Ban FDI In Tobacco Sector 26.4.2016 Sify Finance
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DIPP appointing new examiners to speed up examining of patents, designs and trademarks applications 25.4.2016 Sify Finance
The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has laid down the roadmap for expediting the process of examining the applications of patents, designs and trademarks by appointing
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This stunning Bentley Bentayga costs Rs 3.85 crore! 25.4.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
The Bentayga is in a league of its own. The only thing that comes close, is the Range Rover LWB
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Govt to completely ban FDI in tobacco sector 25.4.2016 DNA: Mumbai
After making it mandatory to carry larger pictorial warnings on cigarette packets, the government is now working on a proposal to completely ban foreign direct investment (FDI) in the tobacco sector. At present, FDI is permitted in technology collaboration in any form, including licensing for franchise, trademark, brand name and management contract in the tobacco sector. However, it is prohibited in manufacturing of cigars, cigarettes of tobacco and tobacco substitutes. According to sources, the Commerce and Industry Ministry is proposing to even ban FDI in licensing for franchise, trademark, brand name and management contract in the sector. It would eventually mean that FDI would be totally banned in tobacco segment in any form. The ban would eliminate the possibility of indirect flow of overseas funds to the tobacco sector, even through foreign technology collaboration including licensing for franchise, trademark and brand name, they said. The ministry has already circulated a draft Cabinet note to ...
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