Category: India

Education In India (Problems and Solutions)

Introduction Education is essential for the development of intellect and knowledge of a person as well as for the growth of economy of a nation. Enhancement in the education sector directly results in advancement in the economy of a nation, as it enhances the skill-set of the workforce which can make better use of the … Continue reading Education In India (Problems and Solutions)

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Sports Law in India

Introduction India is a place that is known for umpteen games. While sports like cricket have been pursued like a religion, present occasions have achieved a dynamic and numerous different games are being pursued currently more than ever. As the type of amusement has developed significantly and India has turned into an overflowing scene for … Continue reading Sports Law in India

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Consumer Protection Bill, 2018 ( Highlights and Analysis)

A Critical Approach to the Proposed Consumer Protection Bill With the growth of internet and advent of a global economy, the world has become one big marketplace and all of us are ‘consumers’ in some sense or the other. The definition of the term “consumer” has also shifted drastically and we have entered into an … Continue reading Consumer Protection Bill, 2018 ( Highlights and Analysis)

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The Consumer Protection Bill, 2018

The Consumer Protection Bill, 2018 was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 5th January, 2018 and was passed in the ongoing session of the Parliament on 20th December, 2018. The Bill comes as a much needed relief to the consumers and the administration. The previous Act had not been dynamically changed since it came into … Continue reading The Consumer Protection Bill, 2018

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Japan & India Vowing To Grow Together In The Field Of IP

One of the latest developments in the economic relations between the two Asian countries – Japan and India is the implementation of pilot program of Japan-Indian Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) in the first half of fiscal year of 2019. The two countries have always been collaborating with each other through different projects in various fields. … Continue reading Japan & India Vowing To Grow Together In The Field Of IP

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Observations/Recommendations on Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018

A historic military data sharing pact, COMCASA was inked yesterday by India-US at the 2+2 bilateral summit. As per the pact, high-end encrypted communication and satellite data would be shared giving Indian military access on platforms installed by the US. This is said to give us real-time information about the movements of other army troops … Continue reading Observations/Recommendations on Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018

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Patent (Amendment) Rules 2017

Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has amended Patent Rules 2003 with effect from 1st December 2017 called as the Patent (Amendment) Rules, 2017. The definition of “startup” under rule 2(fb) has been substituted with a new definition. A more liberal definition of startup has been incorporated that can allow domestic as well as foreign … Continue reading Patent (Amendment) Rules 2017

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Khurana & Khurana Opens DELHI (Jangpura) Office

Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys (K&K) along with its IP Asset Management Practice, IIPRD, upon successful completion its 10 years of practice,are happy to announce that they are opening up their 7’th branch Office in Jangpura, Delhi  w.e.f  2nd January 2018, in wake of its growing Intellectual Property (IP) and Commercial Litigation Practice, and … Continue reading Khurana & Khurana Opens DELHI (Jangpura) Office

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Louboutin’s ‘Red Sole’ Declared as a Well-Known Trademark by Delhi HC

The news of famous French fashion designer Christian Louboutin’s ‘red sole’ shoes with their sky heel stiletto and iconic red sole often regarded as the fashion statement has recently been in the limelight for being declared as a well-known trademark by Justice Mukta Gupta, Delhi High Court, but very few know the story behind the … Continue reading Louboutin’s ‘Red Sole’ Declared as a Well-Known Trademark by Delhi HC

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Exide Industries Limited vs. Exide Corporation, U.S.A. & Ors.

The case Exide India v Exide US brings into effect the perplexing issue of Trademark law. The dispute dates back to 1997 when the US based Company ‘Exide Technologies’ entered the Indian market post Liberalisation, where Indian company ‘Exide Industries’ was already present over the decades in the local market selling automobile batteries under the … Continue reading Exide Industries Limited vs. Exide Corporation, U.S.A. & Ors.

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