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Maps In Publications: Permissions, Restrictions And Legal Consequences
Maps make stories easier to understand. Whether it is history, geography or political science, a map can break down complex details into a simple picture, and bring immediate clarity.
India
7 Jun 2019
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We Have Set Out A Checklist That Publishing Houses Operating In India Need To Keep In Mind Prior To Publishing Non-Fiction Works
India has several laws in place that regulate what content can be written and distributed
India
30 Apr 2019
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Meesha Novel Case
In this day and age, a microscopic scrutiny of the Government will show us we are only a deemed democratic nation and not one in actuality.
India
5 Oct 2018
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Court Stalls The Sale Of Bhagat's New Novel Amid Plagiarism Charges
A Bengaluru Civil Court on April 19 granted a temporary injunction holding back author Chetan Bhagat from selling his book, ‘One Indian Girl' following a city-based writer's suit ...
India
18 May 2017
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Interplay Of Section 51 And 52 Of The Copyright Act, 1962: Delhi High Court Judgement
This article enunciates the recent, much awaited, and landmark judgment delivered on September 16, 2016 by Hon'ble Delhi High Court throwing light on the important provisions of the Copyright Act, 1962.
India
6 Oct 2016
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Movie Titles Entitled To IP Protection?
As a popular saying goes, first impression is the last impression - when it comes to movies what better for a first impression than a striking title. A title that is catchy and unique finds an instant place in the minds of the audience.
India
4 Feb 2016
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Right To Read: Marrakesh Treaty & Access To Knowledge
India being a developing nation does not have access to many books, due to price and stringent intellectual property laws of respective countries.
India
21 Sep 2015
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Media Law: The Dire Needs Of The Day
Right to Freedom of Speech and Expression has emerged as a sine qua non in a democracy.
India
22 Oct 2014
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‘Jayalalitha: A Portrait’– A Tussle Between Fundamental Rights
India, being the world’s largest democracy, is also perhaps one of the richest cultures where literature, fine arts and the performing arts have had great prominence since time immemorial.
India
22 Jul 2013
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