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Jan 10, 2017
Pakistan: Human Rights Watch hints at govt involvement in disappearances of liberal activistsHuman Rights Watch on Tuesday asked Pakistan to urgently investigate the apparent abductions of four bloggers who campaigned for human rights and religious freedom, saying their near simultaneous disappearances raised concerns of government involvement.
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.
Oct 25, 2016
Pakistan and JNU: India’s bauddhiks never had it so good in their war on bhaktsLeave the alleged bhakts alone for a bit. They have taken enough of a beating. Let’s take a look at the ones who are giving them the beating. They are the bauddhiks — or intellectuals. So it’s 'bauddhiks versus bhakts'.
Oct 24, 2016
JNU row over Najeeb Ahmad is Naxal ploy to infiltrate campuses with Dalit-Muslim oppression narrativeAs I scrolled through my Twitter notifications, a tweet blared, "#ShutDownJNU is the answer". I don’t agree. Shutting down an institution is never an answer. It’s an escape from a problem. ‘Make it great again’ is the answer. But is it possible?
Oct 08, 2016
Kashmir dispute: India, Pakistan must seek resolution to prevent nuclear doom scenarioKashmir is a dispute that needs to be resolved by peaceful means. Both Kashmiris and Pakistanis are part of the conflict and a triad that includes them and the Indians is the only way to achieve peace, writes Mohammed Rafiq Sethi, an American Physician of Pakistani decent
Sep 25, 2016
Triple talaq: When will Muslim intellectuals take up the responsibility?While it is interesting to note that a few Muslim women intellectuals are leading the charge, and doing well at it, for a change male voices have been more or less inaudible.
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?
Sep 20, 2016
34 startups avail 80 percent rebate on patent fee under IP scheme, says DIPPThe Startups Intellectual Property Protection (SIPP) scheme is envisaged to facilitate protection of patents, trademark and designs of innovative and interested startups.
Jun 20, 2016
Raghuram Rajan's RBI exit and return to academia is better for the worldFor it also returns Rajan to academia; and one great thing about academia is that its members can say anything, however radical and outrageous, and get away with it.
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