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US ships more legal work to India: WSJ 28.9.2005 Rediff: Business
A growing number of American law firms are outsourcing legal work to India taking advantage of the country's low cost.
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Ramadoss accuses Medical Council of curruption 27.9.2005 Rediff: News
Ramadoss said a digital library of traditional knowledge of various plants and medicines in the Indian system was being prepared for classification and patenting.
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Remittag Soft files for 8 e-learning tool patents 27.9.2005 HBL: Info-Tech
E-LEARNING solutions that address the need of corporations by helping save training costs and expedite learning process are commonplace. How about customised software for an individual - a youth, a teacher, or someone taking a competitive ...
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Sticking to the patent lane 26.9.2005 HBL: eWorld
Microsoft didn't stray into another player's patent lane, ruled a US court recently. Here are the details.
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MNCs freeze patented drugs launch for now 24.9.2005 Rediff: Business
Multinational pharmaceutical companies have put on hold plans to introduce their patented drugs in India, waiting for clarity on regulatory issues such as data protection, pre-grant opposition and patenting of derivatives.
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MNCs freeze patented drugs launch in India 24.9.2005 ET: Jobs
Multinational pharmaceutical companies have put on hold plans to introduce their patented drugs in India, waiting for clarity on regulatory issues such as data protection, pre-grant opposition and patenting of derivatives.
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A faster patent regime soon 23.9.2005 Rediff: Business
Patent fee may finally get lesser and the time taken in granting patents and processing applications are also likely to get shorter.
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Report undermining ISM 'rubbish': Anbumani Ramadoss 23.9.2005 IndiaInfo.com
<img src="http://www.indiainfo.com/images/indiainfo-logo.gif"><p align="justify">Terming as 'rubbish' reports raising doubts on the efficacy of the Indian Systems of Medicine (ISM), such as ayurveda and homoeopathy, Health Minister Anbumani Ramaodss today (Sept 23, 2005) said Government has launched a 'golden triangle' project to scientifically validate these medicines.
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Rewrite Patents Act draft: CPM 22.9.2005 Rediff: Business
The CPI (M) has asked the Manmohan Singh government to rewrite the draft manual that will implement the Patents Amendment Act, 2005, because, the party says, the guidelines subvert' the proposals made in the law.
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Rice in a private grip, as Syngenta claims ownership 21.9.2005 India Together
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Pharma sector to top Rs 60,000 cr by '08 20.9.2005 Rediff: Business
Industry body Assocham on Tuesday said the Indian pharma industry would grow at 11 per cent to touch Rs 60,000 crore (Rs 600 billion) in 2007-08 from Rs 39,000 crore (Rs 390 billion) in 2003-04, when drugs worth $65 billion would go off patent.
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Digital locker for yogasanas 13.9.2005 TOI: India
Over 1,500 postures (asanas) in yoga are being documented in detail by the ministry.
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US, India reach science agreement after 10 years 2.9.2005 Rediff: News
The US will help India set up a body similar to the Food and Drug Administration, to certify clinical trials for automatic acceptance in the US market
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This Seeds Bill must go 2.9.2005 India Together
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ERROR: Missing Story Title 2.9.2005 ET: Corporate Dossier
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Indian hormone kit to cost less, last long 20.7.2005 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Indian hormone kit to cost less, last long
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Biotech boom $5 bn by 2010 10.7.2005 Financial Express: Front Page
Biotech boom $5 bn by 2010
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Patents and India&apos;s drugs sector 13.1.2005 BBC South Asia
Generic medicine makers worry about the effect of a new patent law that makes India compliant with global trade rules.
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THE LEADER ARTICLE: Wrong Medicine: Patent Ordinance to Drive Up Drug Prices - The Times of India 5.1.2005 TOI: Editorial
THE LEADER ARTICLE: Wrong Medicine: Patent Ordinance to Drive Up Drug Prices - The Times of India
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Patents extended to pharma, chemicals & food - The Economic Times 28.12.2004 ET: Policy
Patents extended to pharma, chemicals & food - The Economic Times
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