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Apple sued over tech that helps iPhone surf Web 25.11.2008 ET: Software

Apple Inc is the target of a lawsuit that claims a technology the iPhone uses to surf the Web infringes on a patent. iPhone I Smartphone Wars

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University opens lab to standardise Siddha drugs 25.11.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
2.5-acre herbal garden set up on the campus
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TWB announces release of TWB Fundamental Certification in Patent Writing 25.11.2008 New Kerala: India News
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IIT-Madras students to apply for patent 24.11.2008 New Indian Express
IIT-Madras students to apply for patent
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'India has to work on its patent laws' 24.11.2008 Rediff: Business
Paul Herrling, global head of Novartis' corporate research, spoke to Business Standard about the changing concepts in R & D and Novartis' strategy.
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Tanya Gold on the art of haggling 24.11.2008 The Guardian -- Front Page
With the recession biting hard, shoppers can name their price - if they don't die of embarrassment first. Tanya Gold reports
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EID Parry buys 48% stake in US firm for $9 million 22.11.2008 Financial Express
EID Parry buys 48% stake in US firm for $9 million
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EID Parry buys 48% stake in US firm for $9 million 22.11.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
Sugar and nutraceuticals major EID Parry (India) Ltd, part of the Murugappa group, has acquired 48% stake in the Florida-based US Nutraceuticals, LLC, a privately-held company, for a consideration of $9 million.
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EID Parry acquires 48% stake in US nutraceuticals co 22.11.2008 HBL: Corporate
Chennai, Nov. 21 EID Parry Ltd has acquired 48 per cent stake in Valensa International, a company engaged in nutraceuticals based in Florida,
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Change in Bill okayed to protect Indian trademarks globally 21.11.2008 Financial Express
Change in Bill okayed to protect Indian trademarks globally
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Terry Mancour: What does the future hold for Big Pharma? 21.11.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Terry Mancour: The new administration's healthcare reforms will undoubtedly have a huge impact on the medical research industry
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Change in Bill okayed to protect Indian trademarks globally 21.11.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
In a bid to ensure better protection for Indian trademarks across the world, the government on Thursday approved modification in the Trade Marks (Amendment) Bill.
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Japanese pharma firm sets up Indian subsidiary 20.11.2008 Rediff: Business
While Daiichi Sankyo acquired a majority share in the country's biggest drug-maker Ranbaxy, Eisai and Astellas have chosen to set up wholly-owned subsidiaries to promote their patented medicines in the country. In a communication to the Nikkei Stock Exchange on November 18, Astellas said its subsidiary Astellas Pharma India in Mumbai was set up as a marketing arm to sell its immunology and urology medicines.
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Overseas patented drugs report may seek voluntary price control 20.11.2008 ET: Policy
The high-level government committee appointed by the ministry of chemicals & fertilisers for price negotiations of patented medicines is expected to go soft on multinational drug manufacturing companies holding patents.
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Deal space post meltdown 20.11.2008 HBL: Opinion
The falling Sensex and the erosion of market cap may make some of the Indian companies likely targets for acquisition, primarily because a large number of the Indian blue chips have fundamentally robust business models and with falling demands in
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Capital markets work has practically dried up 19.11.2008 Hindu: Breaking News
Capital markets work has practically dried up
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Cricketers should shun soft drinks ads: Ramdev 19.11.2008 DNA: India
Yoga Guru Ramdev asked cricketers and film stars not to "sell themselves" by becoming brand ambassadors of aerated soft drinks and junk foods that he is vigorously campaigning against.
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IPAB hears Novartis’ Glivec case 18.11.2008 HBL: Corporate
Mumbai, Nov. 17 The review of Novartis’ rejected patent application on its cancer drug Glivec came up for hearing before the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB) on Monday.
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Cost of knowledge production exorbitant, says Cusat VC 17.11.2008 Hindu: Kerala
KOCHI: Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) Vice-Chancellor Gangan Prathap has said that it will take at least five years for the university to develop an industrial patent in view of the huge cost required for the process. ...
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Call to preserve knowledge systems 17.11.2008 Hindu: Kerala
Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Secretary P.J. Thomas has stressed the need for enhanced awareness of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) and their potential in preserving the rich traditions of the State in various sectors. Delivering the ...
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