SPECIAL COURSE E-BOOK– PATENTING OF MEDICINES IN INDIA
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AUTHOR – Ms. Surbhi Aggarwal, Advocate (B.A. LLB)
LAWS CITED – The Patents Act of India 1970,Patent Rules, 2003,Patents (Amendment) Act, 2005
This paper focuses on the popular debate circling Indian patent regime of whether grant of patents must be provided in pharmaceutical field as well or it would be against the public policy. It focuses on the TRIPS and WTO agreements, Indian patent laws, aspects of compulsory licensing as well as landmark cases wherein different opinions have been cited to strike a balance between need for innovation and public interest.