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₹8 lakh solatium sought for ‘victim’ of illegal surrogacy 26.5.2018 Hindu: Health
National SC Commission member promises all help
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Dr. Reddy’s arm files patent infringement lawsuit 26.5.2018 Hindu: Hyderabad
Promius Pharma LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories, has filed a lawsuit for patent infringement in a US court against Perrigo U
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Kerala to begin research to develop Nipah drug soon 25.5.2018 Hindu: National
Thiruvananthapuram medical college to undertake the work
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Dr Reddy'sfiles patent infringement case againstPerrigo UK & 25.5.2018 General News
Dr Reddy's Laboratories Limited today said subsidiary Promius Pharma LLC, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit in a US court against Perrigo UK Finco Limited Partnership, Perrigo Israel Pharmaceuticals Ltd. and Taro Pharmaceuticals, Inc over its topical spray Sernivo. In a filing with the bourses,it said the case was filed in the United States District Court for Eastern District of Texas against the three companies "in response to two paragraph-IV notice letters received for its twice daily topical spray Sernivo (betamethasone dipropionate, 0.05%) product." A notice under Paragrap IV will be issued to a patent holder when a generic company wants to make a similar drug. Promius said it anticipates this lawsuit will trigger a 30 month stay of Food and Drug Administration approval of Perrigo's and Taro's Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA). Sernivo spray is protected by six Orange Book patents that expire in 2030. The publication Approved Drug Products with Therapeutic
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Menstrual hygiene status improves in Bihar, Jharkhand 25.5.2018 Education
Around 74 per cent girls in Bihar and 76 per cent in Jharkhand used sanitary pads and cloth now, up from 50 per cent and 46 per cent in these two states respectively after the implementation of the "Paheli ki Saheli" programme, according to sanitary napkin brand 'Stayfree' manufacturer Johnson & Johnson.
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Ker procures 50 doses of monoclonal antibody to combat Nipah 25.5.2018 General News
With the help of Indian Council of Medical Research and World Health Organisation, the Kerala government has procured about 50 doses of a monoclonal antibody from Australia to combat Nipah virus, state Health minister K K Shylaja said today. The antibody will be brought to the state soon, the minister told reporters here. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) had written to the Queensland government in Australia asking it to provide the antibody developed there to test if it can "neutralise" the virus in humans. Speaking to the media after an all party meeting here, the minister said the situation, in the aftermath of the outbreak of the deadly virus, was under control. It has not spread throughout the state, she said. Measures have been taken to ensure the safety of the caregivers in hospital, she said, adding, steps have been taken to ensure that the virus does not spread to other areas. The steps taken by the government to combat the virus were reviewed at the .
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Research on Nipah drug to begin in Kerala 25.5.2018 Hindu: Home
Thiruvananthapuram medical college to undertake work
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Dr Reddys Laboratories' subsidiary files lawsuit for patent infringement in US 25.5.2018 General News
SERNIVO spray, 0.05% is protected by six Orange Book patents that expire in 2030. Promius will continue to vigorously defend its SERNIVO intellectual property rights against infringement wherever they are challenged
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Switch to solar 25.5.2018 Hindu: Health
Why adopting Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) is the way forward
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Samsung to pay Apple USD 539 million over patent infringement 25.5.2018 Sify Finance
[United States], May 25 (ANI): Following a seven year battle over patents, Samsung has been ordered to pay USD 539 million in damages to Apple.
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Samsung to pay Apple USD 539 million over patent infringement 25.5.2018 General News
Following a seven year battle over patents, Samsung has been ordered to pay USD 539 million in damages to Apple.The companies had been embroiled in legal fight involving five patents with Android phones Samsung sold in 2010 and 2011, Cnet reported.The damages were decided by jurors at a federal court in San Jose, California and the major portion of the damages was for infringing three Apple design patents, while the remaining was for two utility patents.Samsung was already found to have infringed on the patents. Apple had originally sought USD 2.5 billion in damages and Samsung had argued it should only pay USD 28 million this time.
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Apple Wins $539 Million Jury Award From Samsung in iPhone Patent Battle 25.5.2018 Wall St. Journal: Asia
Samsung must pay Apple $539 million for infringing patents related to the iPhone’s design, a federal jury found Thursday.
Jury orders Samsung to pay Apple $533 million in iPhone case 25.5.2018 DNA: Evolutions
A federal court jury today ordered Samsung to pay Apple USD 533 million for copying iPhone design features in a patent case dating back seven years. Jurors tacked on an additional USD 5 million in damages for a pair of patented functions. The award appeared to be a bit of a victory for Apple, which had argued in court that design was essential to the iPhone.
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How India's young innovators do well by doing good 25.5.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'Let me talk about young Indian startups with their hearts in the right place and how they are proving that innovations that represent 'affordable excellence' -- breaking the myth that 'affordability' and 'excellence' cannot go together -- is indeed possible!' says Dr R A Mashelkar, the eminent scientist, in this fascinating feature.
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Patent protection: What Monsanto can learn from Tesla's instance 25.5.2018 Business Standard: News Now
Monsanto not only needs to let go of its patents, but also move away from GM products to more sustainable technologies
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Big win for Apple in design patent case: Samsung to pay $533 mn in damages 25.5.2018 Latest News
The jury essentially split the difference between Apple's request for $1 billion and Samsun's argument for $28 mn
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Jury orders Samsung to pay Apple USD 533 mn in iPhone case 25.5.2018 General News
A federal court jury today ordered Samsung to pay Apple USD 533 million for copying iPhone design features in a patent case dating back seven years. Jurors tacked on an additional USD 5 million in damages for a pair of patented functions. The award appeared to be a bit of a victory for Apple, which had argued in court that design was essential to the iPhone. The case was sent back to the district court following a Supreme Court decision to revisit an earlier USD 400 million damage award. The jury essentially split the difference between Apple's request for USD 1 billion and Samsun's argument for USD 28 million. To arrive at a damages award of more than a half-billion dollars, jurors would likely have needed to buy into Apple's reasoning that design was so integral to the iPhone that it was essentially the "article of manufacture." The lower figure sought by the South Korean consumer electronics titan would have involved treating the design features as components. The jury had been ...
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Special team to probe commercial surrogacy case 25.5.2018 Hindu: News
Hospital authorities deny allegations
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As Cases Of Deadly Nipah Virus Rise, India Seeks Help From Australia 24.5.2018 NDTV News - Top-stories
In the wake of Nipah virus cases in Kerala, the Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) has written to the Queensland government in Australia asking it to provide an antibody developed there to...
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India seeks Australia's help to combat Nipah virus 24.5.2018 General News
In the wake of Nipah virus cases in Kerala, the Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) has written to the Queensland government in Australia asking it to provide an antibody developed there to test if it can "neutralise" the virus in humans. The antibody has not been tested on humans so far. "We have asked them to give their monoclonal antibody for conducting a test in India to find out if it can neutralise the Nipah virus in humans. "In Australia, it has only been tried in vitro (happening outside the body in artificial conditions, often in a test tube) and has been found to be effective. But it has not been tested on humans," said ICMR Director General, Dr Balram Bhargava, while clarifying that it will not lead to creation of vaccine. ICMR is the apex body in India for the formulation, coordination and promotion of biomedical research. "We are preparing a dossier on what will be methodology and what would be the regulatory process so that we can fast track the process," he ...
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