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IPR: DIPP allocation increased after copyright shift from HRD

With the entire bogey relating to copyright having shifted to it, the budget for intellectual property in the allocation for the Department of Industrial Policy and Planning has jumped up to Rs 1,700 million from Rs 1,112 million in 2016-17.

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IPR Policy expected to speed up clearances

NEW DELHI: Trademark pendency, which is at three months, is expected to come down further to one month by March 2017 following the shifting of the Intellectual Rights Property portfolio to the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion. Trademarks filing increased by around 10 per cent and...

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Govt launches IPR toolkit for enforcement agencies

In a bid to sensitise law enforcement agencies and the public in general about intellectual property and copyrights, Indian government has launched an IPR Enforcement Toolkit for police.

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FICCI keen on IPR awareness & enforcement to encourage innovation

NEW DELHI: Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion joint secretary Rajiv Aggarwal has said India’s IP framework was in the midst of a paradigm shift following the announcement of the National IPR Policy.

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Industry bodies asked to take forward campaign on IPRs

NEW DELHI: Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion Secretary Ramesh Abhishek today stressed the importance of innovation in a knowledge driven economy and the need to promote Intellectual Property Rights..

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