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HC restores for trial issue of sale of photocopied books
Siasat Daily

HC restores for trial issue of sale of photocopied books

New Delhi, Dec 9 (PTI) The Delhi High Court today set aside its single judge verdict allowing sale of photocopies of textbooks published by leading foreign publishers, including Oxford University Press and Cambridge University Press (UK), by a shop ... Press Trust of India, 1 month ago

Delhi HC reserves verdict on foreign publishers plea in book photocopy case

The Delhi High Court on Monday reserved its judgement on a petition by leading foreign publishers against a single judge verdict allowing sale of photocopies of textbooks published by them by a shop located at the Delhi University (DU) campus. A ...
 DNA India1 month ago Book photocopy: HC reserves verdict on foreign publishers plea  The Echo Of India1 month ago HC reserves verdict on foreign publishers plea against Rameshwari photocopy services  Millennium Post1 month ago Five new Delhi HC judges sworn in  Prokerala2 months ago
Indian Express

Desertion not to be merely decided on who left marital home: Delhi HC

While giving reasons for its decision, the high court said, "Desertion is not a withdrawal from a place, but from a state of things. It is repudiation by one of all obligations of marriage." Desertion by a spouse is not to be decided merely on who ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Times of India

Toyota-Prius Trademark case: Del HC holds no infringement by Prius Auto [Read judgment]

A division Bench of the Delhi High Court today held that use of the trademark Prius by a Delhi basedautomobile accessories company, Prius Auto Industries, does not violate the trademark owned by Toyota Motors in the same. The decision was rendered ...
 Bar & Bench4 weeks ago HC restores copyright suit in photocopy case  HT Syndication1 month ago HC backs right to photocopy books  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Copying texts for study doesn't violate copyright  Times of India1 month ago
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Hindustan Times

She lit a flame: December 16 Delhi gang rape and its impact on lives, laws

, Delhi was forced to start a long-overdue conversation about women's safety. Over the years, however, rape figures continue to soar and new incidents keep getting reported. The discussion seems to have stopped. Four years later, as we urge to ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

The essence of education

The philosophical roots of copyright are grounded in striking a balance between an exclusive right granted to the owner of copyright along with the interest of the public in ensuring that works are available in the public domain. The division bench ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Delhi High Court restores copyright infringement case at Delhi University

Crime and law Related articles 12 December 2016: 5 December 2016: Friendly fire kills five police in Knyazhychi, Ukraine 5 December 2016: German court jails rail worker over Bad Aibling disaster 4 December 2016: Gunman kills official, two ...
 Wikinews1 month ago HC to look into contents of DU's photocopied course packs  News Track India1 month ago
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Welcome winds from across border, retain only fragrance

Hearing the appeal of international publishing houses, whose lawyers cited foreign laws and statutes to emphasise their case against photocopy, the High Court on Friday cautioned against interpreting and implementing offshore laws in Indian context.
 The Hindu1 month ago

DU photocopy case: court restores copyright suit by publishers for trial

The Delhi High Court on Friday restored for trial the issue whether photocopying study material for course packs is a violation of copyright. The court, meanwhile, allowed DU's Rameshwari Photocopy Service to continue preparing course packs on a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

DU photocopy case: Delhi HC restores copyright suit by publishers

The Delhi High Court on Friday restored for trial the issue whether photocopying study material for course packs is a violation of copyright. The court meanwhile allowed DU's Rameshwari Photocopy Service to continue preparing course packs on a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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