User: prashantiyengar Topic: IP
Category: patents :: india
Last updated: Jun 26 2016 11:55 IST RSS 2.0
 
1 to 20 of 5,804    
Subramanian Swamy plays spoiler as PM Narendra Modi woos diaspora 26.6.2016 ET: Policy
Swamy’s ultra-nationalist pulp defies decency. Moreover, he is undercutting Narendra Modi’s passionate wooing of the Indian diaspora.
Also found in: [+]
Cygni Energy is first firm to benefit from Start-Up India 24.6.2016 ET: Power
Hyderabad-based Cygni Energy has won the distinction of being the first company to avail of the benefits offered by the government under Start-up India.
Also found in: [+]
Jaguar Land Rover copycat lawsuit proceeds despite patent cancellation 21.6.2016 Sify Finance
By Jake Spring
Also found in: [+]
Arjun Kapoor mimics chachu Anil Kapoor 20.6.2016 TOI: Entertainment
​Arjun Kapoor lends his voice for the Hindi dub of 'Ice Age: Collision Course'​.
Also found in: [+]
'My father is the original hero, I fake it' 19.6.2016 TOI: Entertainment
On Father's Day, papa Jackie says that he cherishes the new identity Tiger has given him, which is ‘Tiger Ka Baap’.
Also found in: [+]
Large margin of improvement for Indian IPR regime: European Patent Office 12.6.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
Seeing a "very large margin of improvement" for the IPR regime in India, the European Patent Office (EPO) has offered to expand its cooperation with the country in this regard. EPO President Benoit Battistelli also said that India has all the elements to become a great player in IP (Intellectual Property) space with a vast talent pool of well-qualified people and its huge knowledge economy. "We are developing very good cooperation with India and we would be happy to make more and have even closer links with India," Battistelli said. "I think India still has a very large margin of improvement to develop its IPR," he added. Stating that IP issues have been quite controversial in India, Battistelli said IP can be a very efficient way to develop its economy. He cited example of South Korea, saying it is now one of the biggest IP players in the world and their economy has become highly competitive after developing a strong IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) regime. Last month, Indian government also announced ...
Also found in: [+]
PAL-V: You can fly or drive this amazing car! 7.6.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
In its flight performance, it can move up to a maximum speed of 180 km/h and minimum speed for level flight at 50 km/h.
Also found in: [+]
Why does skin rot after a Viper bites? 7.6.2016 TOI: Cities
Scientific researchers are usually cavalier about their findings and are the first to get into the patent-filing mode. But a group of toxicologists from Karnataka have chosen to be much more humane: They have put their path-breaking findings on the mystery shrouding the flesh-destroying viper venom into the open-source sphere.
Also found in: [+]
Xiaomi buys 1,500 patents from Microsoft 1.6.2016 Rediff: Business
Xiaomi will start pre-loading Microsoft Office and Skype on its phones starting September 2016, initially in China, with other markets including India to follow.
Also found in: [+]
Xiaomi just bought 1,500 patents from Microsoft: Here's why 1.6.2016 DNA: Urban Tales
Chinese handset maker Xiaomi has bought 1,500 patents across technologies like video, cloud and multimedia from US software giant Microsoft. As part of the deal, it will ship smartphones and tablets loaded with Microsoft software, including Office and Skype, to buyers in India and China. No financial details of the partnership were disclosed. "Xiaomi and Microsoft announced today a deepening of our partnership... The companies' new collaboration also includes a cross-license and patent transfer agreement," Xiaomi said in an emailed response. Microsoft sold Xiaomi nearly 1,500 patents that read on a variety of technologies from its worldwide portfolio, including wireless communications, video, cloud and multimedia, it added. "This agreement reflects the deep respect Xiaomi and Microsoft have for intellectual property rights. We are committed to a healthy patent system and standing against the abusive practices we've seen at times in our industry," the Chinese firm said.  Xiaomi will start pre-loading ...
Also found in: [+]
Microsoft, Xiaomi expand partnership to bring productivity services to millions 1.6.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
Microsoft and Xiaomi have expanded their global partnership to provide user experiences on mobile devices. As part of the agreement, Xiaomi will ship Microsoft Office and Skype on Xiaomi Android smartphones and tablets. The companies’ new collaboration also includes a cross-license and patent transfer agreement. Beginning in September, Xiaomi Android devices, including Mi 5, Mi Max, Mi 4s, Redmi Note 3 and Redmi 3, will come pre-installed with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Skype applications. Specific offerings may vary by device, market and mobile operator. This agreement builds on the companies’ partnership with Windows 10 on Mi Pad and Microsoft Azure powering the Mi Cloud service. Partnerships with companies such as Xiaomi are central to Microsoft’s strategy to work with industry leaders around the world to meet the needs of joint customers. “We are excited to be working closely with Microsoft on a broad technology collaboration partnership,” said Xiang Wang, senior vice president at ...
Also found in: [+]
Intangible MNC assets may be taxed in case of a global merger and acquisition 28.5.2016 ET: Policy
This comes in the wake of the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) announcing rules for determining fair market value in case of indirect transfer of shares of an Indian entity.
Also found in: [+]
Delhi High Court asks Roche to explain lawsuit over Avastin copy 24.5.2016 ET: Pharma
Roche, which invented the drug and markets it under the blockbuster brand ‘Avastin’, has argued that Hetero’s drug is not a biosimilar to bevacizumab.
Also found in: [+]
Press Release from Business Wire : Crystalplex Corp. 20.5.2016 TOI: Intl Business
PITTSBURGH, (BSW) -Crystalplex Corp., a pioneer in the development of high stability quantum dots, has announced a new development enabling increased brightness and color stability for LCD displays using cadmium-freeSapphire™ quantum dots.
Also found in: [+]
India's new IPR policy will foster innovation: US official 18.5.2016 ET: Policy
The remarks assume significance as the US continues to put India on its priority watch list for IPR through its Special 301 report which was released last month.
Also found in: [+]
Govt opens Tatkal window for faster patents to startups 18.5.2016 TOI: India Business
In a bid to encourage startups to patent their technologies, the government has slashed the fee by up to 80% and opened a special (Tatkal) window to expedite clearances for them as well as entities that route their global patent applications via the Indian Patents Office.
Also found in: [+]
Press Release from Business Wire : EnvisionTEC 17.5.2016 TOI: Intl Business
DEARBORN, (BSW) -EnvisionTEC, a leading global manufacturer of professional grade 3D printing solutions, announced today the launch of the SLCOM™ 1 industrial composite 3D printer.
Also found in: [+]
Pharma exports growth heading for a sharp decline, Crisil says 17.5.2016 TOI: India Business
ith the value of drugs going off-patent declining amid an increase in pricing pressures, exports growth in pharmaceutical formulations (in US dollar terms) would decline sharply to 10%-12% annually over the next five years, compared with a growth of about 19% achieved in the last decade, ratings agency Crisil has said.
Also found in: [+]
#dnaEdit: India must resist pressure to amend its patent laws 17.5.2016 DNA: Top News
The National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy promises to overhaul patents administration in India, but has raised concerns in the pharmaceutical industry and among those who seek a balance between IPR and free access to knowledge. Finance minister Arun Jaitley has asserted that India would retain its right to compulsory licensing in public interest to meet contingencies, and there would be no changes to Section 3(d) of the Indian Patents Act, which prevents ever-greening of drug patents. Though the policy claims that India’s patent laws are compliant with the Doha Declaration and the TRIPS (Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) Agreement, certain provisions in the policy document have alarmed the generic drugs industry. It promises to “carry out legislative changes” whenever existing laws become inadequate to address changes in the knowledge field.  With India constantly pressured by developed countries to amend its patent laws, it is feared that these changes can proceed only ...
Also found in: [+]
Intellectual Property Rights policy to help commercialise patents, copyrights: Government 16.5.2016 ET: Policy
IPR policy will not only incentivise entrepreneurship and innovation in the country, but will aid in the conversion of copyrights and patents for commercial use.
Also found in: [+]
1 to 20 of 5,804