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Pharmaceutical Patent in India: Access to Medicines

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Akshay Khandelwal Abstract Patents provide the Patent owner with the legal means to prevent others from making, using, or selling the new invention for a limited period of time, subject to a number of exceptions. Patents do not constitute marketing authorizations. The TRIPS Agreement stipulates that it must be possible for all inventions to be […]

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Bio-piracy from India in this intellectual property rights regime: An analysis

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Sk Jahangir Ali The world wide economic integration by the GATT and the TRIPs opened the mind of the national and international policy markers to protect their bio-diversity from the free access and bio-privacy. The Biological Diversity Act 2002, The Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Rights Act, 2001 and The Patent Act 1970 as […]

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Patent of Inventions, Innovation in Softwares: Patinformatics

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A comparative analysis of Global players Ankit Kumar Singh A. Background: The practice of granting monopolies by patent has a long history of over 600 years. The term patent can be traced to the term Letters Patent, a grant in the form of a document rolled up with the King’s or Queen’s seal appended at […]

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TRIPS AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

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INTRODUCTION Thomas Jefferson quoted, “If nature has made any one thing less susceptible than all others of exclusive property, it is the action of thinking power called an idea”[1]. But the technological advances of the modern times have not even left this one thing free. Even thinking processes are being commercialised and converted into intellectual […]

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