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Mobile Applications – Patentability : A View
With increasing use of mobile devices, innovation has shifted to mobile computing. Particularly, innovators are striving to develop applications running on mobile devices on the go.
India
28 Sep 2018
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Disparaged or Not? Dabur v. Colortek Clarifies the Difference
The advent of electronic media, particularly the television a few decades ago, brought along with it a boom in advertising.
India
15 May 2010
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Injunction Refused To The Release Of The Movie “Aashayein”
The Entertainment business is witnessing litigation more rapidly than ever before.
India
22 Apr 2009
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The Courts All Along In Curbing Piracy
The new millennium witnessed the technological revolution in every spectrum boosting up the economical standards of the country. The most reflective and operative area of technological advancement is in entertainment industry.
India
19 Jul 2007
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Pakistan And India Against Each Other On Super Basmati Issue
While the famous ‘diaper war’ is a classical example of patent war between two companies, the Super Basmati GI issue can turn up into a classic example of intellectual property nuke war between two countries. Time has gone when ‘terrorism’ used to be the subject matter of joint reports regarding India and Pakistan in almost every part of print and electronic media.
India
19 Jul 2007
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Beyond Facade…
In the battle to acquire higher market shares, advertising and marketing strategies seem to play a key role.
India
 
6 Jul 2006
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Take A Look: Music On The Infringement Hook!
Music seems to be one of the most susceptible areas to copyright infringement. While the music of a movie is often its Unique Selling Point (USP), upcoming release, the music to the Bollywood "Aryan - the Unbreakable" seems to have landed itself into controversy.
India
 
6 Jul 2006
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