Predatory Pricing

In common parlance, Predatory pricing may be defined as pricing below an appropriate measure of cost for the purpose of eliminating competitors in the short run and reducing competition in the long run. It is a practice that harms both competitors and competition.  Normally price cutting is aimed simply at increasing market share, predatory pricing has as… Read more » The post Predatory Pricing appeared first on Legal News / Law News & Articles – Free Legal Helpline – Legal Tips : Legal India.…
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PIRACY PARADOX- Intellectual Property Right’s Grey Space

Author :  Akriti Tyagi, Abstract This article looks into Intellectual Property Law’s grey pace; which is the fashion industry and delves into why, with such low protection, it is still one of the most profitable industries. It is a substantial area of creativity into which copyright and patent do not penetrate and for which trademark provides… Read more » The post PIRACY PARADOX- Intellectual Property Right’s Grey Space appeared first on Legal News / Law News & Articles – Free Legal Helpline – Legal Tips : Legal India.…
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Student moves High Court after college bars her with hijab

A homoeopathy student has moved the Bombay High Court after her college disallowed her to write exams due to poor attendance, which, she claimed, was because she was barred from attending classes as she wears the ‘hijab’ (headscarf). Fakeha Badami, a resident of suburban Bandra, in her petition filed earlier this week, claimed that her… Read more » The post Student moves High Court after college bars her with hijab appeared first on Legal News / Law News & Articles – Free Legal Helpline – Legal Tips : Legal India.…
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Is “De novo” or   “fresh” investigation is a remedy for defective investigation?

K. MAHESWARI, The Honourable Andhra Pradesh high court has recently while disposing a writ petition filed by way of public interest litigation has spotted the investigating and prosecuting agencies with regard to their failure of discharging duties. The Lordships in the said writ petition i.e., in Prof Rama shankarnarayan Vs. State of AP (Ayesha meera… Read more » The post Is “De novo” or   “fresh” investigation is a remedy for defective investigation? appeared first on Legal News / Law News & Articles – Free Legal Helpline – Legal Tips : Legal India.…
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Italian Investment into India

In the 2015 financial year, Italian companies invested US$334.7 million into India. In this article, we explain how India’s tier II cities are attracting Italian manufacturers, and highlight the active role Italy can play in India’s “Smart Cities” initiative. The post Italian Investment into India appeared first on India Briefing News.…
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Make in India: Still Falling Short after Three Years

Make in India was launched in 2014 by Prime Minister Modi to transform India into a manufacturing powerhouse, and boost investor interest. Here we assess what has been Make in India’s real impact on the ground – what has worked for the program and what needs to get done. The post Make in India: Still Falling Short after Three Years appeared first on India Briefing News.…
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The IT Sector: Time to Invest in India

In this edition of India Briefing Magazine, we make the case for why now is the right time for foreign firms to invest in India’s IT sector. India is the world’s leading outsourcing destination, and its IT sector is updating its SMAC capabilities, and up-skilling the existing labor pool. The post The IT Sector: Time to Invest in India appeared first on India Briefing News.…
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India-Myanmar Relations: Growing Multifaceted Bilateral Ties

Prime Minister Modi held his first bilateral talks with Myanmar between September 5 and 6. Relations between the two countries are multifaceted, with both sides sharing key concerns over maritime security and economic development. The post India-Myanmar Relations: Growing Multifaceted Bilateral Ties appeared first on India Briefing News.…
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