User: Genecampaign Topic: IP
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Champions League PHOTOS: Benzema goal gives Real edge over Bayern (Cached) 24.4.2014 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Real Madrid struck early through Karim Benzema and comfortably held Bayern Munich at bay to beat the holders 1-0 on Wednesday and move a step closer to a first Champions League final in 12 years.
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Amazon lures online retailers from Indian rivals Flipkart and Snapdeal; expands range for same-day delivery (Cached) 23.4.2014 ET: Retailing
Merchants can sell their wares on the same day they register on Amazon's portal compared with the nearly two weeks it takes on competing platforms.
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'Prem Naam Hai Mera, Prem Chopra': The art of portraying villainy by a master (Book Review) (Cached) 21.4.2014 New Kerala: Travel News
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Court restrains management school from using 'ISEED' trademark (Cached) 20.4.2014 ET: Education
A Gurgaon court has issued an interim order restraining a management institute there from using its name and acronym 'ISEED', noting it is deceptively similar to the name of another business school, iSEED.
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Shotgun sets sights on Dabangg future (Cached) 18.4.2014 Telegraph: Nation
The saffron saropa, or benediction, from Harmandir Sahib-Patna Sahib, birth place of the tenth and last head of Sikh panth, Guru Gobind Singh, is ablaze round his neck. But it's the air Shatrughan Sinha wears that's more arresting, the air of a victor-celebrant donned well ahead of the pronouncement of verdict.
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SAIL files FIR against Kashmir Steel for trademark infringement (Cached) 17.4.2014 New Kerala: Sports India
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Sports Shorts: Nadal, Federer advance at Monte Carlo (Cached) 17.4.2014 Rediff: Sports
Claycourt machine Rafael Nadal recovered from a stuttering start to beat Russian qualifier Teymuraz Gabashvili 6-4, 6-1 and reach the third round of the Monte Carlo Masters on Wednesday.
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Brand guru's Bengal bond (Cached) 17.4.2014 Telegraph: Calcutta
Branding legend Wally Olins, who was appointed by the erstwhile Left Front government in its final months to create a brand identity for Bengal, died on Monday. He was 83.
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Frankie Dettori looks to 1,000 Guineas after Sandiva's Nell Gwyn win 16.4.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Richard Fahey's filly can end Italian's classic drought
Godolphin have proper Derby prospect in True Story

It still jars just a little to see Frankie Dettori mid-air in his trademark celebration wearing something other than Godolphin blue, above all at a track as traditional and memory-laden as the Rowley Mile at Newmarket. Yet it could soon seem commonplace thanks to Dettori's new role as first jockey to Al Shaqab Racing, one of the rising forces in international Flat racing, and he made an ideal start to his first full season in the job when Sandiva took the Group Three Nell Gwyn Stakes here on Wednesday.

Sandiva, from Richard Fahey's stable in Yorkshire, was the best in the 15-strong field on last year's form, but had a tricky draw towards the middle of the track to overcome, in addition to several promising runners from some of Newmarket's most powerful yards.

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Roger Dixon, defence witness in Oscar Pistorius trial, grilled by prosecutor 16.4.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
Forensic geologist contradicts prosecution's account of Reeva Steenkamp shooting as defence attempts to reassert case Continue reading...
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Chocolate shop refuses to put 3-yr-old's name on Easter egg due to copyright issue (Cached) 16.4.2014 New Kerala: World News
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City fabric maker fined Rs 10 L for using Raymond trademark (Cached) 16.4.2014 ET: Fashion / Cosmetics
The court also barred Raymond Jewels from using the word ‘Raymond’ in its name and for selling fabric under this brand.
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French village takes trademark battle to president 15.4.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
Mayor of Laguiole asks François Hollande to intervene after court rules in favour of company that trades under village name

The French village of Laguiole has appealed to François Hollande to intervene after losing a long-running legal battle to use its own name.

The 1,300 residents have been told they can continue trading on their home's name to market the famous Laguiole knives decorated with a bee motif, but nothing else.

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New Banksy? Whatever. This GCHQ mural is typical middle-class piffle 14.4.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
A mural that's popped up near GCHQ bears Banksy's trademark for trendy political content to impress his bourgeois public Once graffiti was a guttural art. It was rude and threatening. Respectable people abhorred it. Artists like Jean Dubuffet found "raw" beauty in it . Now it is a tame in-joke shared by a middle class so schooled in street art that homeowners are delighted to wake up with a daub on the side of their house if they think it may be a valuable Banksy. "It's pretty good," said Karren Smith of Cheltenham this week when she saw what was painted on her home overnight: a bunch of spooks from nearby GCHQ setting up a phone tap on a public phonebox ...
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No division of Bengal, reiterates Mamata Banerjee 14.4.2014 Kolkata News, Kolkata City News | Cities News - Times of India
Chief minister Mamata Banerjee did not take her friend-turned-foe Gorkha Janmukti Morcha’s (GJM) name even once in her entire speech on Sunday, but still drove home her point that she was against division of the ...
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8 Hoxton Square, London N1 restaurant review 12.4.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
'It's the very definition of a good time: unrushed, informal, menu stuffed with things you didn't know you were pining for' Now here's a ridiculous idea for a restaurant: sell good food at reasonable prices, employ engaging staff who look happy to be there, don't mark up wine greedily, take reservations. How ludicrous. It'd never stand a chance. Absurdly, this second restaurant from chef Cameron Emirali and his front of house partner Luke Wilson doesn't have a burger on its menu, nor, as far as I know, employ PRs or host dinners for people with "meaningful internet presences". In terms of "design", they have done little more than titivate the fixtures and fittings left behind by the site's previous, short-lived incumbent , painted a few bricks white and installed their trademark tables with a handy inbuilt cutlery-and-menu section. They've not even got creative with the name: their first was 10 Greek Street and this is 8 Hoxton Square . Tuh. It's got hubris written all over it, and not even in Futura ...
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How the mighty have fallen (Cached) 11.4.2014 Telegraph: Sports
Munich: Holders Bayern Munich recovered from the shock of conceding a stunning Patrice Evra goal to score three times in quick succession to beat Manchester United 3-1 and 4-2 on aggregate reach the Champions League semi-finals on Wednesday.
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Natco seeks to block Gilead's hepatitis C drug patent in India: Report (Cached) 10.4.2014 ET: Pharma
Natco Pharma Ltd has formally asked the Indian patent office to deny US drugmaker Gilead Sciences Inc's new hepatitis C drug Sovaldi a patent in India.
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SAIL takes aggressive steps to protect intellectual property rights (Cached) 10.4.2014 ET: Steel
It is rare for a state-run company in India to take measures as SAIL is doing now to fiercely defend its intellectual property rights.
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Moisture kindles hope (Cached) 10.4.2014 Telegraph: Calcutta
A trademark summer-evening squall is expected by the weekend as multiple sources have started injecting moisture into Calcutta and its neighbouring areas.
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