U.S. Embassy and CII launch Antipiracy film-making competition for students of Northern India

The U.S. Embassy and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) today launched an antipiracy film-making competition to help promote Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and the institution of a strong IP ecosystem in India. This unique contest, which is open to students aged 18-25 years from schools, colleges, and universities throughout north India, calls for competitors ...
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Innovate in India, IPR is the key

Op-ed by Chargé d’Affaires MaryKay Loss Carlson A neo-natal resuscitator that saves newborn children’s lives. An organic bio-stimulant that increases crop yields while simultaneously reducing fertiliser requirements. A device that provides a dignified solution for bowel function to bed-ridden patients. What do they all have in common? All are Indo-American innovations that are making a ...
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India and United States Joint Statement on the Trade Policy Forum, Delhi

Minister of Commerce and Industry of India Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman and U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Michael Froman met in Delhi on October 20, 2016, for the tenth ministerial-level meeting of the India and United States Trade Policy Forum (TPF). The Ministers agreed that the TPF has greatly strengthened U.S. – India engagement on bilateral trade ...
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Launch of the Telangana IP Crime Unit, Remarks by Ambassador Richard R. Verma, Hyderabad

Thank you Minister Rama Rao for that gracious introduction and hosting us today.  It’s a real pleasure to be back in Telangana, which has been a partner for the United States in so many areas, from defense to IP to clean energy.  In fact, just last week Boeing and Tata broke ground on a new facility ...
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