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Meet Rajesh Yadav, the lawyer who led the Delhi University photocopiers to victory
Bar & Bench

Meet Rajesh Yadav, the lawyer who led the Delhi University pho...

Last week, Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw of the Delhi High Court pronounced judgment in the copyright infringement case filed by international publishers against Rameshwari Photocopy Services, situated in the North Campus of Delhi University. Bar & Bench, 1 week ago

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Indian Express

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. In a decision which would help students, ...
 Indian Express1 week ago No 'absolute ownership' to authors: Delhi HC rejects publishers' plea against photocopying of books  DNA1 week ago Textbook alert after court blow  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago HC-REVIEW - Different opinion by same judge in review, erodes faith: HC  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
DNA India

Copyright is not a divine right, RS Endlaw J dismisses suit against Delhi Uni photocopiers

Almost two years after reserving judgment, the Delhi High Court today gave a reason for Delhi University students and faculty to rejoice.Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw dismissed a four year old suit filed by three publishers Oxford University Press, ...
 Bar & Bench1 week ago Right to photocopy: HC's Delhi University ruling strikes right balance  Financial Express4 days ago #dnaEdit: Right to photocopy  DNA India1 week ago Copyright not a divine right, says Delhi High Court  World Intellectual Property Review1 week ago

Justice Endlaw on adjournments and delayed justice

In a democratic setup, intrinsic and embedded faith in the adjudicatory system is of seminal and pivotal concern; delay gradually declines the citizenry faith in the system. Reiterating the Supreme Court's judgment's last year, asingle bench of the ...
 Bar & Bench2 weeks ago

On the right to photocopy

The DU photocopy judgment is a victory for access to education. But is it successful in balancing the competing interests of the academic community and the copyright holders? On September 16, the Delhi High Court dismissed the copyright ...
 The Hindu2 days ago
Business Insider India

Happy students for sure, but this decision by the Delhi High Court will legalise book piracy in India and wipe out the publishing industry

The Delhi High Court has dismissed a plea by a group of international publishers seeking to put a ban on photocopying textbooks by the shops and kiosks around Delhi University. While the verdict comes as a shocker for Oxford University Press, ...
 Business Insider India5 days ago DU Photocopy Shop Wins Legal Battle In HC, Now Can Provide Photocopies Of Books To Students  The Logical Indian6 days ago Publishers lose copyright battle against DU kiosk  HT Syndication1 week ago DU students retain their photocopied texts, as HC rules against publishers  catchnews.com1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Airport security got different meaning post 9/11 attack: HC

New Delhi, Sep 20 (PTI) Airport security has acquired a different meaning since September 11, 2001 World Trade Center attack in New York in which around 2,900 people had died, as it has taught that aircraft could be used as weapons of mass ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago
The Hindu

Airport security acquired different meaning post 9/11, says High Court

Bench upholds denial of security clearance to lounge service firm on charges of corruption Observing that airport security has acquired a new meaning since 9/11 attacks, the Delhi High Court upheld the denial of security clearance to a lounge ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Ad licences: civic bodies can't act monopolistic

Civic agencies cannot be seen as giving rights for outdoor ads at any particular site forever since such sites are limited and the municipal corporation cannot indulge in restrictive trade practices violating the rights of others to do business from ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
The Hindu

A blow for the right to knowledge

The Delhi High Court has restored to copyright jurisprudence a clear mandate for the future — one which recognises that the end goal of technology is the improvement of our lives In its much awaited j udgment in the Delhi University ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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