Earlier this year, Gilead Sciences, a California-based pharmaceutical company, made the headlines for an unusual, positive move in the fraught property rights space. It entered into a license agreement with seven Indian pharmaceutical companies to manufacture lower cost versions of Sovaldi, its popular Hepatitis C drug
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Yusuf K. Hamied, the chairman of Cipla, talks about the forthcoming meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and U.S. President Barack Obama. Speaking to Gateway House, he says he expects Obama to put pressure on India to change its position on patents
The annual India-Japan Prime Ministers’ summit, held recently in Tokyo, charted the path for increased Japanese assistance in India’s infrastructural arena. Gateway House interviews Soichi Yamamoto on the potential of this bilateral engagement
The Indian Supreme Court’s verdict in the Novartis case over patent rights has opened up the debate on intellectual property rights (IPR) in India, and globally. Gateway House interviews Narendra Sabharwal, Chair, IPR Committee, FICCI, to discuss the role of IPR and public health concerns in emerging economies.
The recent crisis at Infosys suggests that corporate governance in India’s IT sector has been slipping. Gateway House talks to T.V. Mohandas Pai, former CFO of the company, about what the Indian IT industry and the government can do to raise global competitiveness and remain recognised as centers of innovation
Ambassador Kishan Rana, a veteran diplomat and now Author, discusses the confluence of business and foreign policy in India in an exclusive interview with Gateway House.
Robert O. Blake, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, spoke to Manjeet Kripalani in an exclusive interview about the role of the Indian diaspora in the U.S. in fostering bilateral engagement between India and the U.S.
The Navy, Coast Guard, Police and maritime companies now encounter new threats, as piracy threatens the Indian seas and our trade routes. This calls for a united approach in combating threats and even more so, for a single governing body for maritime issues.