User: prashantiyengar Topic: IP
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Last updated: May 25 2015 06:36 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Lupin plans cancer drug unit in Mihan 25.5.2015 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
Lupin plans cancer drug unit in Mihan
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Suven Life Sciences gets patents for neurodegenerative drug 22.5.2015 TOI: India Business
Biopharmaceutical firm Suven Life Sciences on Friday said it has been granted one patent each by Mexico and Singapore for a drug used in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases.
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Sensex edges past 28,000 mark again; Britannia up on strong results 22.5.2015 Sify Finance
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IPRs likely to be taught in class IX curriculum soon 21.5.2015 ET: Education
With more than 75% of patent applications in the country filed by foreign entities, the government wants to encourage more Indians submit filings.
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India eyes 15% jump in medicine exports this fiscal 21.5.2015 ET: Healthcare
Indian drug makers are hopeful of achieving double digit growth in exports this fiscal after being confined to single digit growth for two years.
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Amazon.in to launch ZTE Nubia range of phones, most likely the top-of-the-line Z9 18.5.2015 DNA: Opinion
Chalk another one up for Chinese handset manufacturers making waves in the country; ZTE--a popular smartphone and wireless brand in the US and China--is all set to make their foray into India, purportedly on 19 May. A page on Amazon.in indicates only a glimpse of the lower half of the phone, which in all likelihood appears to be their top-of-the-line Z9. Packing a speedy Snapdragon 810 processor with Adreno 430 graphics, this phone is available in China in two flavors--the 4GB RAM/64GB Exclusive and Elite version, and the 3GB RAM/32GB Classic edition. These are 5.2 inch phones with Full HD resolution, pegging the display at a massively sharp 424 pixels per inch. There is also dual SIM dual standby LTE support. No word on pricing, but speculations expect it to sit within the Rs 36,000 to Rs 46,000 band. Intriguingly, the Amazon page claims “The new Nubia smartphone with an SLR camera”, which is entirely too much of a stretch. Though the phone does have decent photography specifications, with a 16MP main ...
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UPDATE 1-Indian court bars Glenmark from selling Merck drug copies 15.5.2015 Sify Finance
(Adds details from court order)
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Supreme Court bars Glenmark from selling Merck drug copies 15.5.2015 Sify Finance
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The Supreme Court of India has barred Glenmark Pharmaceuticals from making and selling copies of U.S. drugmaker Merck's diabetes drugs Januvia and Janumet,
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Tatas see $1.1 billion incremental revenue from R&D spends annually 13.5.2015 TOI: India Business
Tata Group, which spends around 2.5 per cent of the group turnover annually on R&D, on Wednesday said its top 60 innovations will deliver a financial benefit of up to $1.1 billion this fiscal.
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Suven Life Sciences gets patents for neurological drug 13.5.2015 TOI: India Business
Pharmaceutical firm Suven Life Sciences on Wednesday said it has been granted one patent each by Europe and Hong Kong for a drug used in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases.
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Micromax YU releases new Cyanogen-based smartphone, Yuphoria 13.5.2015 DNA: Opinion
Yu, a smartphone sub-brand of Micromax, announced their second smartphone in New Delhi yesterday, the Yuphoria. The all metal phone is a slightly scaled down version of their hugely popular Yureka, with an even lower price. Powered by Cyanogen OS 12 (a mod of Android Lollipop 5.0), the phone is a metal unibody piece, with centrally aligned rear camera, and a three button setup on the right side for the volume roockers, and the power button in the middle. Saturn rings are a new feature around the rear camera, one that Micromax co-founder Rahul Sharma says will be a recurring feature in the Yuphoria. Interestingly the company has filed four separate technology patents during the designing of this device, and it has been designed and assembled completely in India.  The Yuphoria packs a 5" 1280x720p HD IPS display, an 8MP f/2.2 rear camera annnd 5MP front shooter. The phone runs on a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor, with 2GB RAM, and 16GB storage, and is powered by a 2230mAh battery. The phone is ...
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Bagalkot woman’s brinjal preservation a national feat 10.5.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
Bagalkot’s brinjal woman, Laxmibai Zulapi, 77, has drawn the attention of President Pranab Mukherjee for her work in conserving an indigenous breed of brinjal for four ...
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India rejects US report on intellectual property as unilateral 8.5.2015 Sify Finance
India has rejected the US' annual report on intellectual property rights (IPR) and patents, describing it as a "unilateral" action "inconsistent" with global trading rules, against the backdrop of its earlier announcement on bringing a national IPR policy by early 2015, parliament was told on Friday.
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Awareness about AYUSH 8.5.2015 Govt of india: PIB
National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) in their 68th round (July 2011-June 2012) on socio economic household surveys has collected information on awareness and acceptability of AYUSH.
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For 'Make in India', first 'Innovate in India' 7.5.2015 Rediff: Business
The 'Make in India' vision cannot survive in the long-term without concrete measures to build a concurrent 'Create in India' movement.
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Matriculate develops borewell scanner system 6.5.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Matriculate develops borewell scanner system
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Meeting Challenges of 'Make In India' Campaign 6.5.2015 Govt of india: PIB
Government has launched the ‘Make in India’ initiative which aims at promoting India as an investment destination and to establish India as a global hub for manufacturing design and innovation.
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US pharma sector welcomes India's intellectual property policy 6.5.2015 ET: Pharma
The US pharma sector has welcomed India's recent moves on intellectual property, including bringing out a draft policy and sustained engagement.
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India fully aligned with international IPR, will safeguard its own interests, says Nirmala Sitharaman 4.5.2015 ET: Policy
Different arms of the government are not speaking the same language on IPR, which is leading to confusion on where India stands on these issues.
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From Salem Silk to Kovai Cotton, a story of GI tags 4.5.2015 Chennai News, Tamil News, Chennai City News, Tamil Nadu News | TOI City News
Some of the country’s distinct arts and crafts awarded the prestigious Geographical Indications (GI) tag have, for the first time, been compiled in a ...
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