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Obama visit may pressurise govt to dilute patent laws: MSF
Business Today India

Obama visit may pressurise govt to dilute patent laws: MSF

US President Barack Obama's visit to India is likely to accelerate ongoing pressure from the US on the Indian government to dilute its patent laws to help multinational drug makers, fears international medical humanitarian organisation Medecins Sans ... Business Today India, 5 days ago

More Spends on Patents Needed

The recently-concluded Indian Science Congress has left many in the country boasting about scientific discoveries made thousands of years ago by their ancestors. It has also left an equal number sceptical, questioning how the bearded sages ever ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Ban conversions to end controversies

Many stalwarts of the freedom movement and the Congress felt that religious conversions must be legally banned. But the idea fell through because of drafting difficulties Minister for Urban Development and Parliamentary Affairs M Venkaiah Naidu ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

SAI Director General quits citing delayed promotion

The new year began on a sour note for the sporting bureaucracy, with Sports Authority of India (SAI) director general Jiji Thomson quitting from his position with immediate effect on Friday owing to a few internal wranglings. Thomson, a 1980 ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

THE LOTUS BLOOMED, AND HOW

irst time in the past 30 years, voters brought in a Government with a complete majority. The 2014 Lok Sabha Elections reset many political equations that had until recently seemed to be cast in stone, and it has done so with such a large flourish ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

The making of a trade show

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Today marks the beginning of the 100th year of the Madras Exhibition, in its time the biggest trade show of the country. Inaugurated on December 27, 1915, it went on till January 16, 1916. The ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

THE ROYAL COMMONER

This descendant of the Darbhanga dynasty of Bihar believes that historians have ignored the good deeds of her ancestors. The 33-year-old says that family fortunes began to decline from the time of her grandfather Visheshwar Singh CHANGE: Kumud ...
 Open1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

Monkey-Junket

12:00 am Some people are worried that more and more monkeys are being sent abroad. This anxiety was recently manifest in a question raised in Parliament. In response, the Honble Speaker, Shri Ananthasayanam Ayyangar, is reported to have revealed ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago

Central Leaders agree construction of Sports University at Wangjing instead of Yaithibi Loukon

Source: Hueiyen News Service Imphal, November 26 2014: The 44-Yaithibi Loukon Land Owners' Association, Sora has urged the central government to construct the proposed sports university at the area lying between YK College Wangjing and Khongjom ...
 E Pao2 months ago
NDTV

The Danger of a Rising BJP in Kashmir

(Mani Shankar Aiyar is a Congress MP in the Rajya Sabha.) Early polls indicate that the Congress and the National Conference have lost a great deal of support in Jammu and Kashmir. They also indicate that the PDP is likely to be the overwhelming ...
 NDTV2 months ago Mani-Talk: The Danger of a Rising BJP in Kashmir  NDTV2 months ago
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