User: Genecampaign Topic: IP
Category: patent-legal-regime :: india
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Pharma firms told not to fix a price on the life of people 15.2.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
"Drugs patented and have only had trivial changes should not be given second patent"
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Novartis defends patents stance in Indian court 15.2.2007 Financial Express
Novartis defends patents stance in Indian court
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Agitation against Novartis strengthens 15.2.2007 Rediff: Business
The international health organisations, protesting against Swiss pharmaceutical major Novartis AG's legal challenge to provisions of the Indian Patent Act
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Drug company tries to block generic rival 15.2.2007 The Guardian -- World Latest
Novartis is to sue India in case campaigners fear will drastically hinder the healthcare of people in poor countries.
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India's cheap drugs under patent threat 15.2.2007 BBC South Asia
A court challenge to India's patent laws by pharmaceutical giant Novartis could hit access to vital medicines, campaigners say.
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First attempt to dent a compromised patent system 12.2.2007 Hindu: Opinion
Some key conclusions of the Mashelkar report are borrowed, without acknowledgement, from U.K.-based research funded by Interpat, an association of major multinational pharmaceutical companies.
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Let go data exclusivity in pharma 11.2.2007 Business Standard
Let go data exclusivity in pharma
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Novartis defends legal challenge to India's patent law 11.2.2007 New Kerala: Business India
Mumbai, Feb 11 : Swiss pharmaceutical major Novartis, on Sunday, defended its decision to challenge a provision in India's patent law that restricts patenting of medicines to innovations only.
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IITians venture beyond fav subjects, take law seriously 6.2.2007 ET: Education
. IITians are looking beyond mundane sectors like finance and technology and venturing into law. Leading legal process outsourcing (LPO) firms now employ IITians too.
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A green foundation for prosperity 22.1.2007 India Together
There is much that the nation's farmers need to hear in the Green Foundation's message, and avoid past mistakes. But there is also a positive message, reminding farmers that "traditional farming will help you gain control of your finances and your food security." Sudha Narasimhachar reports.
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SC reserves verdict on Sidhu's plea for stay on conviction 19.1.2007 The Pioneer
SC reserves verdict on Sidhu's plea for stay on conviction
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Engineering crops, distorting livelihoods 24.9.2006 India Together
When technological change has the potential to put the livelihoods of hundreds of millions of people at risk, it must be regulated differently from other products in a free market. Blindly promoting innovation, as is now being done with genetically engineered crops, is self-defeating, writes Suman Sahai.
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Devinder Sharma: The 'Free trade' explosion 10.9.2006 India Together
With the World Trade talks in limbo, the focus remains on aggressively pushing on the bilateral front. What could not be achieved through a multilateral trade regime, is now being pursued by the US through bilateral and regional deals. Devinder Sharma connects the dots.
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Death knell for low cost medicines 1.12.2004 India Together - Economy

Medicine prices nationwide are likely to go up soon, including at public hospitals and dispensaries. Domestic manufacturers will withdraw critical but cheaper medicines as India gets ready to fulfill WTO obligations. Devinder Sharma argues that this is the beginning of a scientific apartheid.
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Eliminating hunger or the hungry? 1.6.2003 India Together - Agriculture

While 'good' science has been given a quiet burial, the party for the biotechnology industry has just begun, writes Devinder Sharma.
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Challenging broad spectrum patents 1.5.2003 India Together - Agriculture

The European Patent Office at Munich recently ran into opposition to a broad spectrum patent granted on all GM soyabean varieties to a Monsanto owned company.
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Protecting farmers, freeing the breeders 1.5.2003 India Together - Agriculture

Suman Sahai discusses India's progressive legislation in the area of patents and protection for plant varieties.
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Legislate, then contradict 1.4.2003 India Together - Agriculture

Suman Sahai discusses a public interest litigation that seeks to ensure that the rights granted to farmers on seeds as per India's 2001 plant varieties protection law are not taken away.
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REFILE-UPDATE 1-India grants Pfizer patent on pneumonia vaccine in blow to aid group 1.1.1970 Sify News
(Clarifies production time of the vaccine in paragraph 16)
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Swamy Twists facts, gets it wrong on Arvind Subramanian 1.1.1970 Sify News
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