Consequences if India fails to act on IPR, warns US lawmaker

A top US lawmaker warned India of "consequences" on its continued violation of intellectual property rights (IPRs) hoping the new government will address America`s concerns regarding its policies that undermine IPRs.

India calls for discussion with US on IPR issue

India invited the United States for discussion on the intellectual property rights (IPR) issue after the general elections, while making it clear that it won`t allow any unilateral probe from American authorities.

Kapil Sibal for hiring best scientists at desired pay scale

Pushing for creation of Intellectual Property Rights, Kapil Sibal said institutions involved in R&D should hire talented scientists.

`India could protect its interests fully at Doha`

The Doha climate talks could not take "ambitious or meaningful decisions" on financing commitments of developed countries, the government today said.

`Facebook must pay licence fee or face action`

Yahoo Inc has threatened action against Facebook if the the social networking giant does not pay licence fee for using technologies which the Internet search major claimed come under its intellectual property rights.

Euro-Solo Energy moves SC against Eveready Industries

A battery manufacturer selling
under the brand name of Eurocell has moved the Supreme Court
against Everready Industries in an issue related to
infringement of Intellectual Property Rights.

`Set up courts to deal with intellectual property rights`

Leading publishers and software firms on Wednesday sought strict enforcement of laws, speedy disposal of cases and setting up of special courts to deal with intellectual property rights.