User: Genecampaign Topic: IP
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IPR deed badly backfires for Satyam 15.5.2008 DNA: Money
In 1996, Intech Technologies, a company promoted by Simon Joyce and Prafulla Gupta, developed an idea that's now fairly common - making any telephone a pay-phone by using a prepaid account.
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US court to hear innovator firm Upaid’s case against Satyam 15.5.2008 ET: Software
A small innovator company, which Satyam Computer Services once worked for when the dotcom boom started in 1997, has now come back to haunt the billion-dollar technology services firm.
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London court snubs Satyam 15.5.2008 Telegraph: Business
Mumbai, May 14: Satyam Computer Services has lost a case at the Court of Appeal, London. The court has upheld a London High Court order barring the Hyderabad-based company's move to block the online mobile payment company Upaid's fraud and forgery claims against it in Texas, US.
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Satyam loses patent related case in UK; may appeal against order 15.5.2008 HBL: Info-Tech
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Satyam considering its legal option against Upaid 14.5.2008 ET: Software
Software exporter Satyam Computer Services on Wednesday said it is considering its legal options with regards to the dismissal of its appeal in the London court against Upaid, a British Virgin Islands company.
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Latha Jishnu: Roche`s blockbuster patent and biodiversity 14.5.2008 Business Standard
Latha Jishnu: Roche`s blockbuster patent and biodiversity
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Sena flavour for Mumbai snack 14.5.2008 Hindu: Other States
From now on, the brand name will be ‘Shiv vada pao’
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The 13.5.2008 Telegraph: Opinion
It's an unlikely candidate for controversy, but the lowly brinjal is at the heart of a battle. The issues at stake: whether agricultural and pharmaceutical companies should share classified data (read: trade secrets) with the government and independent watchdogs. The two sides in this joust: the Indian partner of a US-based biotech firm that's trying to ease in a new version of a genetically modified (GM) brinjal, on the one side, and the environmental group Greenpeace and, indirectly, the Central Information Commission (CIC), on the other.
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State to patent two varieties of Jackfruit 13.5.2008 New Indian Express
State to patent two varieties of Jackfruit
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Patent for trees 13.5.2008 Hindu: Karnataka
Efforts are on to get patent for two unique jackfruit trees in Dodballapur. Page 4
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Sena flavour for Mumbai snack 13.5.2008 Hindu: National
MUMBAI: The Shiv Sena is now all set to glorify the humble vada pao, a favourite snack of Mumbaikars. Calling it the patent of the party, Sena chief Bal Thackeray said in an editorial in Saamna on Monday that the snack would ...
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Healthy partnerships 12.5.2008 Business Standard
Healthy partnerships
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Merck secures 2 patents in India, to pursue more 12.5.2008 ET: Pharma
US-based Merck has received patent approval from the Indian Patent Office for two of its upcoming drugs for dyslipidemia and obesity.
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Making research meaningful 12.5.2008 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Anybody who has that instinct can look to TePP centre for help
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Spotlight: A Democratic, Equitable Globalization? 11.5.2008 The Statesman
Spotlight: A Democratic, Equitable Globalization?
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Low on research 11.5.2008 Financial Express
Low on research
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Will Hutton: Forget the naysayers - America remains an inspiration to us all 11.5.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Will Hutton: The US will recover from the credit crunch. Already there is an aggression and activism about how to respond that makes the British look limp
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Low on research 11.5.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
There appears to be an upward worldwide trend when you look at innovation and entrepreneurship. Fuelling this trend is good old research and development efforts in different parts of the world. ...
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HC comment may cure drug mkt of pricing ills 10.5.2008 ET: Pharma
The recent Delhi High Court observation suggesting that access to cheap drugs is a fundamental right is likely to have a major impact on the way the government enforces laws governing intellectual property rights and the pricing freedom of drug companies, lawyers and experts said.
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Not a model for India 10.5.2008 HBL: Opinion
US healthcare system
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