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Japanese firm sues Apple over iPhone X 'animoji' feature 20.10.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
 A Japanese software company is suing Apple Inc in a U.S. court over the trademark for the term "animoji", alleging the U.S. technology company stole the name to use on a feature of its iPhone X. Tokyo-based Emonster kk sued Apple on Wednesday in federal court in San Francisco, saying it holds the U.S. trademark on the term animoji and that Apple's use of the word is a "textbook case" of deliberate infringement. An Apple spokesman declined to comment. Apple's animoji feature allow users to animate the facial expressions of emojis using facial recognition technology. It will be included on the iPhone X which is scheduled for release in November. Phil Schiller, Apple's chief marketing officer, touted the animoji feature during the iPhone X launch event on Sept. 12, calling it a "great experience" for communicating with family and friends. Emonster chief executive Enrique Bonansea launched an animated texting app in 2014 called Animoji and registered a trademark on the product name, according to the ...
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LIVE! Ranjit Kumar resigns as solicitor general 20.10.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Rahul's 'women in RSS shorts' remark sparks row 11.10.2017 Rediff: News
Gandhi said that in contrast, women work at every level in the Congress.
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Govt now to develop IISERs as institute of eminence 9.10.2017 DNA: Opinion
After Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), the central government is aiming to make its relatively new set of institutions — Indian Institutes of Science and Education Research (IISERs) — as one of their institutes of eminence. IISERs, which are barely 10-year-old institutions, working mostly in the field of research, have been asked by the ministry to focus on industry partnerships for research and generate funds in collaborative projects. The department of higher education in the ministry that handles IISERs is simultaneously also working on a roadmap to develop them as their trademark institutions. Since the institutions are new, their research output is not as much as the IITs and other institutes of eminence. The ministry, however, is impressed by the progress that these institutions have exhibited in the limited time span and hence wants to develop them further. "IISERs are fairly new institutions, but they are doing extremely well, which is why we want ...
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Novartis divests anti-infectives brands to Samara Capital 5.10.2017 ET: Pharma
The portfolio of brands acquired focus on anti-infectives largely catering to the women's health and gynaecology segment, the spokesperson added.
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Dr Reddy's launches new generic drug; Stock fails to retain early gains 3.10.2017 Sify Finance
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Won't allow bullet train in Maha: Raj Thackeray 1.10.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray threatened on Saturday that he would not allow a single brick to be laid for the construction of the bullet train in Maharashtra. He also announced that he will lead a protest march on October 5 to the Western Railway headquarters at Churchgate. Speaking from his residence Krishna Kunj on saturday, Thackeray said that the reason behind his morcha was to express the anger of Mumbaikars against the apathy of the Railways towards the problems commuters face. In his trademark style, he even blamed the huge influx of outsiders to Mumbai as the main reason behind incidents such as Friday's stampede. About Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, he said that changing a few people would not sort out issues. "Suresh Prabhu was performing well, but was removed, Piyush Goyal has no qualification for being a Railway minister," Thackeray criticised. "I will not allow a single brick to be laid for the construction of bullet train in Maharashtra and if Prime Minister ...
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Ghar wapsi? Hindu woman `forced' to renounce husband 26.9.2017 TOI: Cities
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ISIS-like flag put up on road in Pak; pledges support to Caliphate 24.9.2017 DNA: Top News
Pakistani authorities were left embarrassed today when a flag similar to the one used by Islamic State militants and with a message in support of Caliphate was put up on a busy road here. Authorities took action after a citizen informed police on its emergency number that a black flag used by the dreaded militant outfit was waving on a pedestrian bridge on the Islamabad Express road. Police later removed the trademark flag with inscribed message - 'Khilafat is coming'. Interior minister Ahsan Iqbal took notice and asked Islamabad's Inspector General of Police to probe the matter and file a report. However, Sattar Shah, Station House Officer of Khanna police station, said the police have not found any clue about who was responsible for putting up the flag. Pakistan has repeatedly denied any organised presence of Islamic State (ISIS) in the country, but acknowledge that there might be some sympathisers in the country. Army has already launched Operation Raddul Fassad to eliminate the supporters of the ...
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Notification Issued For GST Actionable Claim On Branded Food Products 22.9.2017 Govt of india: PIB
The GST Council, in its 21st meeting held on 9th September, 2017 at Hyderabad has, inter alia, recommended that for 5% GST rate on cereals, pulses and flours etc. put up in unit container and bearing a registered brand name:
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Kareena's best performance? VOTE! 21.9.2017 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Happy birthday, Kareena!
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Govt’s trademark Rajasthali falls prey to piracy, legal action sought 21.9.2017 DNA: Recent Columns
The trademark of government enterprise “Rajasthali” is also not safe from impostors who are misusing this  intellectual properties for misleading the tourists. This was observed during annual general body meeting of The Rajasthan Small Industries Corporation (RAJSICO) held on Wednesday . “Rajasthali” name and its logo are trademark of the RAJSICO which is a government enterprise. It has a big showroom at Ajmeri Gate in Jaipur and sees a regular flow of both foreign and domestic tourists. Meghraj Lohia, Chairman of RAJSICO,during the meeting said that the name of Rajasthali and its logo is trademark of RAJSICO and the people misusing the logo and using a similar logo will face legal action from the government. Lohia said, that few selfish people are misleading the tourists by using the name of Rajasthali and logo.  The products sold by Rajasthali have logo of Rajasthali printed on them and are most sought after by foreign tourists. Notably, courts in Jaipur see 2-3 cases of infringement of intellectual ...
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Yoko Ono won't let it be, forces "John Lemon" drink to re-brand 20.9.2017 TOI: Intl Business
PEOPLE-YOKOONO/ (TV):Yoko Ono won't let it be, forces "John Lemon" drink to re-brand
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Seattle off menu as Lavazza brews up plans for 15 coffee shops 19.9.2017 Sify Finance
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's largest coffee group Lavazza could open up to 15 stores around the world as it takes on Starbucks, but has no plans to go head-to-head in the U.S. chain's hometown of
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Air India starts direct flight to Copenhagen 17.9.2017 ET: Transportation
The flight was accorded a ceremonial water canon salute after the plane landed at the Copenhagen airport. There was also a cake cutting function at the airport.
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Picture perfect: Priyanka meets Queen Rania 14.9.2017 Rediff: Movies
Two Queens making for one pretty frame!
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Swagat Shinzo San: Sabarmati roadshow to Gujarati thaali, how Narendra Modi welcomed Japanese Prime Minister 13.9.2017 DNA: Top News
On a sunny Wednesday, as the Japanese Air Force One plane carrying India and Japan's flags landed at Ahmedabad Airport, it ushered a new chapter in the bilateral ties of two Asian powers. Here are 10 major updates of the Day 1 of Shinzo Abe's India visit: 1: Breaking protocol, Prime Minister Narendra Modi received his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe and his wife Akie Abe at the Ahmedabad Airport around 3:30 pm on Wednesday. 2: In his trademark bear hug, PM Modi extended a warm welcome to his guest from Tokyo. 3: For the 8-km-long roadshow from Ahmedabad Airport to Sabarmati Ashram, PM Abe and his wife changed into Indian clothes. 4: While PM Abe was seen in smart ink-blue Nehru jacket and white kurta-payjama, his wife opted for subtle red salwar kameez. 5: Despite a busy working day, almost entire Ahmedabad lined up to catch a glimpse of the leaders. 6: The roads were filled with people waving Indian and Japanese national flags. Many performers were also seen dancing to various Indian dance forms to ...
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After clarity from GST Council, food brands likely to reappear on shelves 12.9.2017 ET: FMCG
According to the GST law that came into force on July 1, packaged food items with a registered trademark on the packet attracted a 5 per cent levy.
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When Vivekananda called Khetri ruler his ‘only friend on earth’ 12.9.2017 DNA: Opinion
As the nation paid homage to  Swami Vivekananda on the occasion of the 125th year of his historic address at the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago, the copper town Khetri in Jhunjhunu district too has reasons for celebrations. The trip to United States by the Swami was made possible because of  the financial help  given by the Maharaja Ajit Singh of Khetri. It was the maharaja who provided the saffron robe and the turban to the Swami that became his trademark attire. The district administration of Jhunjhunu  in 1999 had discovered 106-year-old rare letters written by Swami Vivekananda to the then ruler of Khetri. Vivekananda lived in Jhunjhunu for a number of years at the invitation of the maharaja . The rare letters were found in the record room of the sub-divisional officer’s office. The record room was being cleaned on the eve of the visit of then collector Sudhansh Pant when the letters written by Swami Vivekananda were discovered by chance by a patwari. The village patwari (who keeps land ...
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30 items of mass consumption to cost less, GST cess to go up on SUVs, large cars 10.9.2017 Sify Finance
The GST rates on 30 items of mass consumption were slashed on Saturday while the cess on mid and high-segment cars went up by 2 to 7 per cent as the GST Council formed a five-member Committee to sort out technical glitches faced on the return-filing portal while the last date for GSTR 1 has been extended by a month.
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