Intellectual property rights
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Nov 13, 2016
India at WTO: Takes strong stand to save generic drugs industry, calls for transparent health assessmentGovernments engaged in bilateral and regional trade investments should ensure that these agreements do not include provisions that impinge on the right to health, India said in a strong statement delivered at the WTO highlighting a longstanding fight by India to sustain its generic drugs industry.
Sep 21, 2016
Apple applies to patent a bag; we examine what makes this bag so patently uniqueAh, Apple. Is there anything Cupertino's finest won't do to make a quick — or slow, they don't care — buck?
Jun 07, 2016
Why Narendra Modi’s US visits make the sick and poor in India anxiousThe fear is that if Narendra Modi capitulates to US pressure on India’s Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) regime, which it has been overtly and covertly exerting for years, it will make many lifesaving drugs unaffordable
May 14, 2016
India unveils new intellectual property rights, but did not yield to global pressureIndia's strained patent and intellectual property administration has failed to keep pace with growing technological advances
May 13, 2016
India's IPR regime is legal, equitable, WTO compliant: JaitleyIndia continues to feature in the watch list based on US assessment of Indian IPR protection as "inadequate"
Apr 29, 2016
US report puts India on 'Priority Watch List,' raises concerns over pharma sectorThe US’ Special 301 report continues to put India, along with a few other countries, under its ‘Priority Watch List’ for its intellectual property rights (IPR) regime
Apr 27, 2016
India not to succumb to any pressure on IPR issues, says Nirmala SitharamanDeveloped countries wants India to amend its IPR norms particularly with regard to pharmaceuticals sector.
Feb 15, 2016
Modi govt vying for India's long-term growth story, but lacks reforms on protecting intellectural property rightsMost developed countries increasingly rely on their innovative capacity to remain globally competitive
Feb 04, 2016
World Cancer Day: Compulsory licensing of key drugs only way for India to fight this grave threatAbout four years ago, cancer usually meant a slow death, coupled with a vain fight, for the common man. It was largely because of the exorbitant costs of medicines.
Oct 06, 2015
India 'bright spot' for investment, Modi tells business leadersAs a result of his government's initiatives, Modi said, the sentiments for private investment and inflow of foreign investment have turned positive.