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Teachers are everywhere so are students. They both are equally important for society but are they such simple social constructions? Or are they metaphors for maintaining knowledge sharing?, Or are they harbingers of epistemic justice? If everyone is a teacher and everyone is a student, then what about others?...
The online sports industry has witnessed an exponential growth in the recent past. A recent report titled ‘The era of consumer A.R.T – Acquisition Retention and Transaction, released in March 2020 by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry in collaboration with Ernst and Young, revealed that online...
CALCUTTA HIGH COURT REFUSES TO STAY RELEASE OF BENGALI FILM “BRAHMA JANEN GOPON KOMMOTI” In a writ petition filed by Subhadep Adhikari challenging the release of the Bengali film “Brahma Janen Gopon Kommoti’ on the ground that it hurts the religious sentiments of the...
M/S Indian Record Manufacturing Co. Ltd. v. Illaiyaraaja Before I venture into this post, I would like to state that the content mentioned herein is completely and solely my personal academic view, and neither other members of the IPRMENTLAW team endorse it nor are...
A suit was filed by Prasar Bharti against Ritu Arya, Sandeep Arya and PVR Limited for permanent injunction to restrain them from using Prasar Bharti’s registered trademark “Doordarsan” as the title of their new film which is produced by Ritu and Sandeep Arya and PVR is the...
A. An Old Melee The elemental difference between Intellectual Property Rights and Property Rights is the presence in the former. The established concept of property rights majorly entails the economic right of the owners and considers property as an instrument of earning for the owner. Conversely, Intellectual Property ...
JABRA FAN: NATIONAL CONSUMER COMMISSION RULES EXCLUSION OF SONG FROM MOVIE WHEN IT WAS INCLUDED IN TRAILER TO BE UNFAIR TRADE PRACTICE NCDRC has held that, including a song in the promos and trailers of the movie when it is not part of the actual...
GOVERNMENT CALLS FOR A STAKEHOLDER MEETING TO DISCUSS ISSUES PERTAINING TO COPYRIGHT The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) called for a meeting on February 13, 2020 in New Delhi to discuss the stakeholder issues pertaining to copyrights, the provisions under the Copyright Act, 1957...
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade) has notified on May 30, 2019 the proposed amendments to the Copyright Rules, 2013 (“Proposed Rules”) in exercise of its powers conferred under Section 78 of the Copyright Act, 1957. The Ministry has sought objections...
Intellectual Property Rights are said to symbolize innovation, creation, and progress. Why would they not? We have been hearing this for quite some time. Because we have had it for so long, a part of us does believe that IP helps generate knowledge. It soothes our socio-legal consciousness around...

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