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World Cancer Day: Compulsory licensing of key drugs only way for India to fight this grave threat

Feb 04, 2016

World Cancer Day: Compulsory licensing of key drugs only way for India to fight this grave threat

About 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. #Health #InMyOpinion #Cancer #intellectual property rights #Bayer #Sorafenib #Nexavar #Compulsory Licensing #National List of Essential Medicines #oncologists #Indian Patents Act
India 'bright spot' for investment, Modi tells business leaders

Oct 06, 2015

India 'bright spot' for investment, Modi tells business leaders

As a result of his government's initiatives, Modi said, the sentiments for private investment and inflow of foreign investment have turned positive. #Economy #India #Business #GDP #IMF #World Bank #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Angela Merkel #Germany #FDI #OECD #intellectual property rights #bankruptcy code #Company Law Tribunal
Hard bargain: 49% FDI limit not enough for defence technology transfer, says US

Sep 18, 2015

Hard bargain: 49% FDI limit not enough for defence technology transfer, says US

All that the US can do is to try facilitate a dialogue, to understand in that discussion what are the things the government can do to contribute to India's needs #Pentagon #intellectual property rights #Defence FDI #US defence technology #Keith Webster
US keeps India and China on Intellectual Property Rights watch list

May 01, 2015

US keeps India and China on Intellectual Property Rights watch list

US kept China and India on its Priority Watch List of trading partners that fail to protect intellectual property rights, hurting the economy. #India #China #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Russia #intellectual property rights #United States of America #Priorities Watch List
Explained: Why India ranks second last in global IP index and how it can improve

Feb 05, 2015

Explained: Why India ranks second last in global IP index and how it can improve

India has great business and economic potential, but it cannot be capitalized upon until the policies in place encourage investment. The government has started moving on a path leading towards the increased enforcement and promotion of strong IP rights, but the proper execution of these initiatives will be critical to their long-term success. #India #intellectual property rights #US Chamber of Commerce #IP Index #GIPC #Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights
What Obama-Modi chemistry could ensure: Sustainable trade between India, US

Jan 27, 2015

What Obama-Modi chemistry could ensure: Sustainable trade between India, US

Can the new Modi-Obama chemistry and slogans like ‘Chale Saath Saath’ (lets move together) and ‘Make in India’ give a push to long-term, sustainable bilateral trade and investment between India and the US? #India #Barack Obama #US #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #intellectual property rights #Republic Day #IPR #stable tax regime #Obama visit #US CEO forum #FDI regulatory mechanism
Obama's a friend, but Sangh may deny Modi ease of doing business with the US

Jan 24, 2015

Obama's a friend, but Sangh may deny Modi ease of doing business with the US

The US government has figured that Modi wants to do business with them in areas where India's contentious political economy does not come in the way. #Politics #Economy #Business #diplomacy #InMyOpinion #FDI #Sangh Parivar #Insurance #multi-brand retail #intellectual property rights #Bilateral Investment Agreement
Modi govt needs to ensure IPR policy safeguards India's interests, not US Inc's

Nov 11, 2014

Modi govt needs to ensure IPR policy safeguards India's interests, not US Inc's

The two key points Nirmala Sitharaman used while announcing the drafting of a new IPR policy were "India's interests" and "dealing with developed countries". If the policy has to protect the lives and interests of Indians, what she ought to focus is the former. She should also open the policy to wider public debate so that the think tank captures the national sentiment. #manufacturing #Pharma #intellectual property rights #DIPP #IPR policy
Intellectual property rights: National policy in place by six months, says Sitharaman

Sep 09, 2014

Intellectual property rights: National policy in place by six months, says Sitharaman

The objective is to bring in more clarity in the existing laws, the minister explained, saying that the lack of a policy had curbed the country from moving to a position to stand up for its rights.
#Nirmala Sitharaman #NDA #intellectual property rights #IPR #DIPP