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Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, April 20, 2021
UK adds India to COVID-19 travel 'red list' amid new variant cases Britain on Monday added India to its COVID-19 travel \"red list\", which effectively bans all travel from the country and makes a 10-day hotel quarantine compulsory for UK residents arriving back to the country. Health Secretary Matt Hancock confirmed the move in the House of Commons as he revealed that 103 cases of the so-called Indian variant had been identified in the UK, of which the \"vast majority have links to interna...


BusinessToday.In
December 23, 2020
'Infinite India' will seek to eliminate the need for coordinating with multiple touchpoints thus leading to a hassle-free experience for foreign companies in India


Joe C Mathew
October 7, 2020
Parallel to the WTO proposal, SJM wants India to initiate measures under Section 66 of the Patents Act for the cancelation of the patent on Remdesivir


Joe C Mathew
February 13, 2020
The purpose of the discussion is to suggest ways to make Indian IP laws, the laws that govern patents, copyrights and design rights etc, contemporary by drawing up a list of needed amendments


Nevin John
New Delhi, September 17, 2018
Lessons from the failure of some of India's biggest business names.


E. Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, January 10, 2018
By following the strategy of doing a few things well, V.C. Nannapaneni has helped Natco Pharma carve out a space for itself.


Joe C Mathew
June 28, 2016
Sumit Seth, first secretary, permanent mission of India, Geneva, called for a study on the TRIPS (a WTO agreement on intellectual property rights), flexibilities and effective utilisation of compulsory licencing provisions under the Patent Laws and further, the consequential impacts of grant of compulsory licences on the availability and prices of patented drugs.


Reuters
New Delhi, May 13, 2016
Government announced a new intellectual property policy on Friday, speeding up the online registration of patents and trademarks, but resisted pressure from the United States and other Western countries to amend its patent laws.


By E. Kumar Sharma
Delhi, April 9, 2016
John T. Chambers, former CEO of Cisco who nowadays tours the world building relationships with governments and helping countries digitise, is excited about the NDA government's Digital India initiative that he says is \"beginning to take off\".


by Joe C. Mathew
Delhi, February 19, 2016
The revised model text for bilateral investment treaties has addressed many concerns, but to avoid litigations, India should renegotiate existing treaties on the basis of the new norms.


By David Singh Grewal and Amy Kapczynski
Delhi, December 28, 2015
Yale Law School's associate professor David Singh Grewal (right), a specialist in IP law and biotechnology and Professor Amy Kapczynski explain how to make drugs-for-all a national priority.


PTI
New Delhi, August 18, 2015
India has so far signed 83 Bilateral Trade and Promotion Agreements, of which 72 are in force.


Nita Bhalla
New Delhi, September 30, 2014
The country's patent law enables domestic firms to produce generic drugs poor people can afford, which undermines the interests of US pharmaceutical companies.


E. Kumar Sharma
May 31, 2014
In the seven years since, Mylan Inc has invested around $3 billion on acquisitions in India. It now regards India not just as a global sourcing hub, but also as a market.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, May 2, 2014
Commerce secretary Rajeev Kher bluntly said that the government will not take part in any unilateral probe by the US on its IPRs. He said that all issues between the two countries, including those related to IPR, should be discussed at the US India Trade Policy Forum.


Manoj Kumar
May 1, 2014
Commerce Secretary Rajeev Kher praised a decision by the US Trade Representative not to label India with its worst offender tag in an annual scorecard on protecting U.S. patents, copyrights and other intellectual property.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, March 24, 2014
Commerce and industry minister Anand Sharma on Sunday came out strongly to defend India's track record on intellectual property rights and said that the country is ready to take on the US at the World Trade Organization (WTO) over the issue.


Sumeet Chatterjee and Ben Hirschler
Mumbai/London, February 6, 2014
Global pharmaceutical firms are pressuring the United States to act against India to stop more local companies producing up to a dozen new varieties of cheap generic drugs still on-patent.


E. Kumar Sharma
December 7, 2013
There are more than a dozen drugs in important cancer treatment areas that are not available in India. The new drug flow into India has slowed down significantly and it is a matter of concern for oncologists and cancer patients.


PTI
New Delhi, October 14, 2013
Industry body Cellular Operators Association of India has indicated that unilateral imposition of the norms on incumbent telecom operators could lead to legal disputes.


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