INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
Men’s Day special: Meet Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj, a woman who has been tirelessly fighting for men’s rights
Deepika's documentary 'Martyrs of Marriage' deals with the misuse of Section 498A.
Govt within its rights to waive interest on dues of telcos: Harish Salve
Referring to the inclusion of components such as trade discounts, di...
Leonardo DiCaprio posts about Delhi's #RightToBreathe protest; says 'air pollution the 5th-largest killer in India'
The protest saw over 1,50...
Right to information practised by govt: Chidambaram's dig over economic data 'suppression'
The former finance minister's remarks come after a media report cited the latest consumption expenditure survey by the National Statistical Office (NSO) to claim that consumer spending fell for the first time in more than four decades in 2017-18, primarily driven by slackening rural demand.
Stock investing is about how much you bought or sold when you got it right
Stock buying and selling has become as easy as sending money with UPI.
Next CJI Sharad Arvind Bobde part of historic verdicts like Ayodhya, Right to Privacy
Justice Bobde, 63, who would succeed CJI Ranjan Gogoi, would prefer a conservative approach on the issue of disclosing the Collegium's entire deliberations on rejection of names for appointment in the higher judiciary.
Indian-Americans chip in to balance Kashmir hearing
Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission organised a US House of Representative hearing on Kashmir issue over “continued restrictions and detentions in J&K” which was attended by 25 Indian-Americans. India, thorough its embassy in Washington, worked through channels to blunt Pakistan’s effort to create an overbearing narrative on Kashmir at the hearing.
Pitfalls of not having a co-founders’ agreement
A co-founders’ agreement outlines the rights and responsibilities of the co-founder that can help in avoiding any conflict that might arise among co-founders in future.
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India braces for another US hearing on situation in Kashmir
The Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission (set up by his family members after his death) currently led by Jim McGovern (Democrat) and Chris Smith (Republican) have called for a hearing on November 14 to “examine the human rights situation in the former state of Jammu and Kashmir in India in historical and national context.”
India should emulate China in tech transfer, IP: Arogyaswami Paulraj, inventor of MIMO
In the last 25 years, we would have bought maybe close to $800 billion worth of high technology stuff, but we have got no transfer of technology. We need to do this properly and we need to hire the best talent to do it for us, said Arogyaswami Paulraj, professor emeritus in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University and the inventor of MIMO.
Government to ensure farmers get right price with the formation of producer organisations
The finance minister urged states to dismantle Agriculture Produce Marketing Committees (APMC) and switch to National Agriculture Market (eNAM), which is a pan-India electronic trading portal that networks the existing APMC mandis to create a unified national market for agricultural commodities.
Talks on in right direction: Uddhav after meeting Congress leaders
After a meeting with senior Maharashtra Congress leaders Ashok Chavan, Balasaheb Thorat and Manikrao Thakare at a suburban hotel, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray said that the talks were fruitful and the discussion over government formation in Maharashtra was progressing in the "right direction". The meeting lasted for about an hour.
Essar Steel case verdict: SC sets aside NCLAT order, upholds CoC's rights over claim distribution
The Supreme Court has set aside the NCLAT judgment in Essar Steel case paving the way for distribution of claims as decided by the Committee...
There is no India without Kashmir, Indian columnist told US Congressional hearing on human rights
"International community has to assist India in eradicating radical Islamist terror that is when the human rights situation will be possible," Sunanda Vashisht said. Plebiscite in Kashmir is never going to happen. A plebiscite requires the community to unite for a decision, but in this case, a part of Kashmir is in India, another in Pak, a part of it is also held with China, she said.
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