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Delhi High Court scraps central government's ban on 344 FDC drugs
DNA India

Breaking: Delhi HC quashes FDC ban, pharma cos rejoice!

Rajiv Sahai Endlaw, J.of the Delhi High Court today quashed 344 notifications issued in March this year bythe Health Ministry banning Fixed Dose Combination (FDC) drugs. The judgment was reserved on June 2 this year. Top-players like Pfizer, ... Bar & Bench, 1 week ago
Due diligence, unsafe drugs The Hindu, 6 days ago

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Millennium Post, 2 months ago

‘Why shouldn’t students use available technology?’

Comparing the present time with his days as a student, Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw said students today can’t be expected to spend days in the library, or buy books.According to him, it would qualify as...
 The Hindu2 months ago

No 'absolute ownership' to authors: Delhi HC rejects publishers' plea against photocopying of books

Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw also lifted a ban on a photocopy shop located at the Delhi University campus from selling photocopies of chapters from textbooks of some international publishers to the students. According to the verdict, merely photocopying part of ...
 DNA2 months ago High Court lets DU shop photocopy textbooks, but copyright battle isnt over yet  catchnews.com1 day ago Indian publishers associations intervene in Oxbridge copyright appeal  World Intellectual Property Review3 weeks ago University Press caught in Delhi copyright clash  Varsity1 month ago
International Business Times India

DU photocopy case: Court restarts copyright suit by major international publishers for trial

The publishers were handed an unfavorable decision by Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw on September 16 after he held that preparing course packs were not in violation of copyright. International publishers such as Oxford University Press, Cambridge ...
 International Business Times India1 day ago DU photocopy case: court restores copyright suit by publishers for trial  The Hindu1 day ago

The mysteries that remain in Tata's John Doe invocation to unmask 35 anon emails & 3 IPs

While the case might not be as exciting as was first thought, it actually raises some important issues Yes, apparently anonymous alleged defamators still use Yahoo and Rediffmail... B ombay high court Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw has ordered ...
 Legally India1 day 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 day ago

Due diligence, unsafe drugs

Good intentions alone are not enough to secure the public interest. For governments, the manner in which it is protected is equally vital. The Delhi High Court verdict quashing all notifications banning the manufacture and sale of 344 Fixed Dose ...
 The Hindu6 days ago

Can You Buy Vicks Action 500, Corex? Delhi Court Verdict Today

The government had banned over 300 FDC drugs on the ground that they involve "risk" to humans. New Delhi: The Delhi High Court is likely to pronounce today its verdict on 454 petitions filed by drug and healthcare majors challenging the Centre's ...
 NDTV1 week ago HC to pronounce verdict on Centre's ban on 344 FDC medicines today  Yahoo! India1 week ago HC to pronounce tomorrow order on pleas against 344 FDCs ban  India.com1 week ago

Publishers say photocopying copyrighted work for distribution to public illegal

A group of international publishers tells Delhi HC that the defence of fair use of information under copyright law could not be taken as it would not apply in this situation New Delhi: Reproduction of copyrighted work for distribution to the public ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Simply put: What a photocopy shop's HC victory over publishers means for copyright  Indian Express1 month ago

Delhi HC stays disclosure of institutional donors to PM's relief fund

Delhi HC was hearing an appeal brought by Aseem Takyar, a RTI activist, against a single-judge order upholding disclosure of names of institutional donors to the PM relief fund New Delhi: The Delhi high court on Tuesday stayed an order passed by the ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago Delhi high court stay on disclosing names of some donors to PM relief fund  HT Syndication3 weeks ago
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