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India Partners with EU to prevent India's traditional medicinal knowledge from Biopiracy 9.2.2009 Govt of india: PIB
India Partners with EU to prevent India's traditional medicinal knowledge from Biopiracy
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Glaxo to acquire Piramal Healthcare? 8.2.2009 TOI: India Business
Piramal Healthcare is learnt to be in talks with British pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline for a potential sale valued at nearly $1.5 billion.
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“Any object patentable if design is original” 8.2.2009 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: From patterns on saris to flower vases and from bottle shapes to pen caps, just about any article can be patented for design, provided they are original designs. Increasing the number of such design patents will help encourage ...
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Concern over access to next-gen AIDS drugs 6.2.2009 HBL: Corporate
Mumbai, Feb. 5 Eight years after Cipla changed the global ground rules on how AIDS drugs were marketed, its Chairman Dr Yusuf K.Hamied is concerned on the availability of the newer generation of AIDS drugs.
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CII-DIPP to organise Intellectual Property Rights campaign 5.2.2009 New Kerala: India News
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LPO practice is proving a big draw for docs 4.2.2009 DNA: Money
Job opportunities multiply as these firms scale up despite the downturn
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FKCCI wants patent centre in Bangalore 4.2.2009 TOI: Cities
The Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce and Industry has asked the government to set up a patent registration centre in Bangalore.
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Cipla export consignment too seized at Amsterdam 4.2.2009 HBL: Corporate
Mumbai, Feb. 3 It is not just drug makers Ind-Swift and Dr Reddy’s Laboratories’ export consignments that were confiscated by Customs authorities in Amsterdam in the last three-odd months on the grounds of patent infringement.
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Tests on for selective breeding of cattle 3.2.2009 Deccan Herald
Tests on for selective breeding of cattle
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Buying time 3.2.2009 Financial Express
Buying time
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At IBM, we believe growth is directly proportional to invention activity 3.2.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
Early this year IBM Research announced it has earned 4,186 US patents in 2008, becoming the first company ever to earn more than 4,000 US patents in a single year. This is the 16th consecutive year IBM has led the global patents leadership.
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Buying time 3.2.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
When Jeffrey Kindler took over as the chairman of Pfizer two years ago, many looked forward to a new era at the American pharmaceutical giant. Unlike the firm's previous bosses, typically selected from the ranks of its technocrats, Mr Kindler was an amiable outsider and a lawyer.
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Ask Hadley: She can ease your fashion pain 2.2.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
I've been hearing so much fuss about American Apparel in the press but it just looks like a load of brightly coloured stretchy tops and leggings from the photos I've seen. Am I missing the point? Martha Jones, by email You're only missing the point, Martha, by failing to comprehend that that is the point. In an era where Terry Christian has been if not exactly desired then at least allowed to appear in front of a camera again, it was inevitable that some teenagers, somewhere, would suddenly think that dressing like Jane Fonda fresh from an aerobics workout would be hilariously original and ironic. Now, before we continue with our weekly Glenda Slaggyness, I should interject that I did once rather enjoy American Apparel. In fact, whenever I ...
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India seeks easy entry for drug cos in Japan 2.2.2009 ET: Pharma
India is set to ask Japan to facilitate the entry of Indian pharmaceutical companies in the world’s second-largest drug market.
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Students back to square one 2.2.2009 DNA: Top News
The system of allocating seats to students in various colleges after the SSC Board exams has been scrapped by the University of Mumbai.
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At what cost health? 2.2.2009 Hindu:Metro Plus: Chennai
The branded medicine vs. generic medicine debate is on. But you could cut down your medical bills by paying more attention
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Thousands of staff face axe at GlaxoSmithKline 1.2.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Britain's largest pharmaceuticals company, GlaxoSmithKline, is poised to axe thousands of jobs in order to cut costs and boost profits. The global medicines giants are facing a growing challenge from cheap, generic "copycat" drugs as dozens of blockbuster medicines lose patent protection, threatening to blow a massive hole in revenues. GSK's new chief executive, Andrew Witty, who recently took over from Jean Pierre Garnier, will this week unveil a radical cost-cutting drive. The loss of around 10,000 jobs, or 10% of the multinational's worldwide workforce, is expected. Some analysts say the cuts could be deeper. AstraZeneca, the UK's second largest drugs group, last week said it planned to shed 6,000 jobs. Broker ING warned that the company ...
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India to move WTO on Dutch drug seizure 31.1.2009 ET: Foreign Trade
India and Brazil have decided to mount a joint offensive at the World Trade Organisation against the Netherlands for seizing a consignment in transit.
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India, Brazil to raise generic drug issue with WTO 30.1.2009 ET: Pharma
Brazil and India have decided to jointly take up at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) the issue of the recent seizure of a generic high blood pressure drug being supplied by India to Brazil by the Dutch government while it was in transit.
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Union government on modernisation drive 30.1.2009 The Statesman
Union government on modernisation drive
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