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Defending India’s IPR (Intellectual property rights , GS paper 3 ,The Hindu )

India’s IPR regime, never in the background, has come under sharp focus recently for a variety of reasons. It is ten years since India amended the Indian Patents Act, 1970 to bring its laws in line with the agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). The most important

Taking a comprehensive view of quakes (Disaster management ,Earthquake,GS paper 3 ,The Hindu )

The tragic Nepal quake is an opportunity to learn and understand the threats of great temblors. The Nepal earthquake of April 25 is the largest in the Himalayan region since the 1934 quake which measured 8.2 on the Richter scale and destroyed not only parts of central Nepal but also the plains

Learning skills from Seoul (The hindu ,Foreign policy ,GS paper 2 )

India and South Korea have a robust economic engagement, but the Modi govt. will need to take bold steps for a deeper partnership. In his first year of office, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has chosen his foreign destinations with careful thought. After wrapping up his visits to China andMongolia, Mr. Modi will

India, South Korea sign 7 agreements towards ‘strategic partnership’

Mr. Modi said South Korea can be a leading partner in India’s efforts to develop a world class manufacturing sector. India and South Korea today agreed to upgrade their ties to ‘Special Strategic Partnership’ and deepen cooperation in defence sector as the two sides signed seven agreements including on avoidance