Nearly ten months after setting up a joint working group on combating climate change, India and the US on Wednesday held its first meeting where both countries agreed to closely coordinate on many

Tells the Green Funds should be used to buy out IPRs of clean technologies to distribute to poor countries

A new study published by Chatham House, 'On Trial: Agricultural biotechnology in Africa' looks at the issues that have prevented modern agricultural biotechnology from achieving its full impact in Africa in transforming people's lives.

Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Dr. Aloys Wobben & Others Vs Yogesh Mehra & Others regarding intellectual property licence agreements on the manufacture of wind turbines.

The weekly digest of important reports, research, policy documents, regulations, studies, court cases, protests, conflicts, initiatives, photos, data, statistics, infographics, presentations on the India Environment Portal, 24 - 31 May 2014.

The Special 301 Report is the result of an annual review of the state of intellectual property rights (IPR) protection and enforcement in U.S.

Every geographical region has its name and fame. Mostly the qualities and characteristics of certain goods attributable to some geographical locations and reputable to “as produce of certain region” come under
Geographical Indications (GI). It is an emerging trend in Intellectual Property Rights. This review provides an overview of the past and current scenario of Geographical Indications in India with its challenges. It also

This new policy released by the Government of Tamil Nadu is designed to facilitate new biotech companies to come to the state by creating an enabling environment. Read the text.

The investigation will seek to analyse India's Intellectual Property Rights regime from 2003

On a strong request from American legislators and business chambers, the US International Trade Commission (USITC) has initiated an investigation on Indian trade, investment and industrial policies, for which it began a two-day hearing on Wednesday.

Industry says US violating norms

The government on Tuesday said it hadn’t violated global trading norms under the World Trade Organization (WTO), even as the US filed a second case against India on the second phase of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM).

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