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For out of the box ideas people need to think differently 5.11.2008 Deccan Herald
For out of the box ideas people need to think differently
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India for technological answer to climate change 5.11.2008 Hindu: Front Page
Sibal says the world ‘must move away’ from the accent on patents
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Look before you leap 4.11.2008 Financial Express
Look before you leap
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Look before you leap 4.11.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
Who's stealing more from you today? The spy, the gray marketer, the counterfeiter, the computer hacker, or the white-collar criminal? Or is it just the result of bad decision making? If you don't know for sure, welcome to the club!
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Parkinson's medicine in patent tangle 4.11.2008 Rediff: Business
Drug major Wockhardt has challenged the US patent of Stalevo, a new generation combination drug for the treatment of Parkinson's disease, originated by Finland-based Orion Corporation and marketed by Novartis.
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IPAB to look into patent rejection of Glivec this month 4.11.2008 HBL: Corporate
Mumbai, Nov. 3 The review of the rejected patent on Novartis’ cancer-drug Glivec is set to be heard by the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) on a ‘day to day’ basis, starting November 17. Novartis’ patent
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US court verdict on process patent stirs debate in India 1.11.2008 ET: Policy
The US judgement could help in interpreting whether business processes or software written in India can be patented or not.
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Teva's strikes will get more difficult to fend off 31.10.2008 DNA: Money
Zydus Cadila has sued Teva in a US court, contesting claims on the bulk drug used for the manufacture of risperidone, a treatment for schizophrenia.
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CAG pulls up CSIR on aircraft programme 29.10.2008 Hindu: National
Says it was mismanaged and not well planned
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India asks Malaysia to remove trade mark on 'Ponni' rice 29.10.2008 Hindu: Breaking News
India asks Malaysia to remove trade mark on 'Ponni' rice
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CAG pulls up CSIR on its indigenous aircraft programme 29.10.2008 Hindu: National
NEW DELHI: In a serious indictment of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India has questioned the way the apex agency’s Bangalore-based National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) has gone ...
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India asks Malaysia to remove trade mark on 'Ponni' rice 28.10.2008 Hindu: Breaking News
India asks Malaysia to remove trade mark on 'Ponni' rice
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A centre for IPR studies 27.10.2008 Hindu:Education Plus: Bangalore
The Kerala Government has proposed to set up an Inter-University Centre for Intellectual Property Rights and Development Studies and integrate the study of IPR into undergraduate education.
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Zydus drags Teva to court for antitrust violations 27.10.2008 ET: Pharma
Zydus Cadila, an Ahmedabad-based pharmaceutical company, has taken Teva Pharmaceuticals, the world’s largest generic drug maker, to court in the US seeking damages for Teva’s antitrust violations and unfair trade practices.
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Indian breakthrough taps gravity to help road-rail travel 24.10.2008 New Kerala: India News
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Indian breakthrough taps gravity to help road rail travel 24.10.2008 Hindu: Breaking News
Indian breakthrough taps gravity to help road rail travel
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Relook at public-funded R&D Bill to address red tape 23.10.2008 Financial Express
Relook at public-funded R&D Bill to address red tape
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Relook at public-funded R&D Bill to address red tape 23.10.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
The government has decided to reconsider the aspects of the Bill that seeks to enable the universities and research institutions to patent government-funded research, before it is tabled in the Parliament.
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Global drug firms bag 392 India patents in 32 months 22.10.2008 Rediff: Business
Global pharma majors such as Novartis, Roche and Pfizer have secured 392 medicine patents in less than three years of India changing its patent laws to allow product patenting system for drugs in the country. While Swiss multinational Hoffmann La Roche leads the tally with 34 patent grants, Novartis AG and Pfizer Inc follow closely with 25 and 24 respectively.
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Geometric's Q2 operating profit doubles 21.10.2008 Financial Express
Geometric's Q2 operating profit doubles
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