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Investment Opportunities in Indian Real Estate
"Undeniably tremendous" is how the Investment in Indian real estate is termed in a Price Waterhouse Coopers study. Government of India has recently allowed Non Resident Indians (NRIs) to invest upto 100% (FDI) in Housing and Real Estate Sector for development of serviced plots, construction of built-up residential premises and commercial premises including business centres and offices; development of townships, city and regional level urban infrastructure facilities including both roads and brid
India
21 Feb 2007
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The Realm of Domain Names: An Indian Perspective
In the realm of cyberspace, when you browse a particular website on the Internet, it is actually the Internet Protocol address (IP address) that establishes the link between your computer and the particular website you are searching for. IP address is like a name of a person or moreover like a telephone number. It helps in identifying a particular computer connected to the Internet where the website is hosted on the Internet.
India
3 Aug 2005
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Indian Competition Act: An Overview
In the wake of liberalization and privatization that was triggered in India in early nineties, a realization gathered momentum that the existing Monopolistic and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969 was not equipped adequately enough to tackle the competition aspect of the Indian economy.
India
27 Jul 2005
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Trade Marks: Identity that Demands Protection
Trademark means a mark adopted by a trader, manufacturer or service provider as a distinctive mark of authenticity. It indicates a connection between the goods or services to which the mark is applied and some persons having the right to use the mark. It offers an assurance to the buyers as to the source of origin of goods that they are buying.
India
25 Jul 2005
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Making It Trips Way - India’s New Patent Regime
Patent is a monopoly or exclusive right granted by State in favour of an inventor in respect of an invention. It is granted to the person who is entitled for it and who fulfills the prescribed conditions imposed by state for such grant. It may also be described as an official document which gives the patentee right of ownership of an invention.
India
18 Jul 2005
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Semiconductor Integrated Circuits Layout Design In Indian IP Regime
In today’s dynamic and competitive environment, IP rights are key elements needed to maintain an edge in the market. It is crucial that the companies understand that what can be protected and how within their respective countries.
India
24 Sep 2004
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Cyber Crimes “an unlawful act where in the computer is either a tool or a target or both”
The glares of radiant brains have overshadowed the artificial bodily shines. An un-ending pursuit for excellence has stretched the dimensions of research to the limits in either direction. The modern world has witnessed successful amalgamation of bright minds and brighter machines making destinations unseen henceforth closer than ever before.
India
24 Sep 2004
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Prevention of Money Laundering
Money Laundering, has been a great menace to the world economy particularly in this heightened stage of terrorism and cyber crime. A large number of criminal activities are focused to generate money for the perpetrators. Such criminal activities include the activities of organized crime such as drug trafficking, sale of illegal arms, smuggling, embezzlement, tax evasion, corruption, illegal gambling, arson, racketeering, prostitution etc. which can generate huge sums.
India
7 Sep 2004
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An Insight on Copyright, Geographical Indications and Confidential Information Laws in India
The provisions pertaining to Copyrights and their protection in India are governed by the Copyright Act, 1957. Copyright exists in expression of an idea and it is not a right in the novelty of an idea. Copyright protects skill, labour and capital employed by the author. Its object is to protect the writer and author from the unlawful reproduction, plagiarism, piracy, copying and imitation.
India
7 Sep 2004
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Indian Real Estate - The Changing Scenario
Government of India has recently allowed 100% FDI for development of townships, including housing, commercial premises, hotels, resorts city and regional level infrastructure facilities such as roads and bridges, mass rapid transit systems and manufacture of building materials.
India
16 Aug 2004
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Indian Industrial Designs Legislation Shaped To International Trends
The development of Intellectual Property Rights reflects the economic as well as industrial growth of a nation. The concept of globalization has greatly affected the importance of Intellectual Property Rights. Intellectual Property Rights have brought about considerable progress in the field of science and technology.
India
16 Aug 2004
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Patents - The Present Indian Scenario
In the beginning of it all, everything belonged to everyone. Gradually people started associating themselves with some or the other things and became their owners. But with this possession came the threat of its being stolen or taken away.
India
16 Aug 2004
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Alternate Dispute Resolution – An Overview
Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a medium of resolving dispute outside the formal legal system. There is a long and old tradition in India encouraging resolution of disputes informally, wherein disputes are referred to third parties. The ADR mechanism consists of negotiation, conciliation, mediation, arbitration and an array of other hybrid procedures. ADR has witnessed phenomenal growth over the past several years to include many areas in addition to the resolution of traditional commercia
India
5 Aug 2004
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Infrastructure Laws in India
Infrastructure is the foundation on which the fort of economic success is built. It is like mother to any economy which not only ensures the evolution of it but also ensures consistency in its growth. India, which has risen to the "economic realities" recently, is trying to attain "economic nirvana" through consistent focus on Infrastructure growth. India is posed to embark on new journey of economic liberalization and revolutionary growth.
India
26 Jul 2004
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Biotechnology Laws in India
Biotechnology involves the modification of the basic genetic material in living things namely DNA , which imparts new properties and capabilities in organisms including plants, animals and micro organisms which can be harnessed for a number of useful applications.
India
17 May 2004
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Anti-Dumping Laws In India
Dumping is said to have taken place when an exporter sells a product to exporting country at a price less than the price prevailing in its domestic market. When dumping causes or threatens to cause material injury to the domestic industry of the importing country, the Designated Authority initiates necessary action for investigations and subsequent imposition of anti-dumping duties.
India
27 Apr 2004
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Transfer Pricing
Transfer pricing means the value or price at which transactions take place amongst related parties. Transfer prices are the prices at which an enterprise transfers physical goods and intangible property and provides services to Associated Enterprises.
India
30 Jan 2004
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Securitisation and Structured Finance
Securitisation, per se is a transaction in "instruments", which represents cluster of assets / receivables of identical nature, having steady flow of income, thereby giving greater liquidity to the instrument representing it.
India
8 Dec 2003
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