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(Source: Instagram) Related News Former India captain MS Dhoni’s wife Sakshi Dhoni posted an image of their daughter Ziva playing with Shikhar Dhawan’s son Zoravar. ????? A post shared by Sakshi (@sakshisingh_r) on Jun 27 2017 at 9:07am PDT This is one of the many ODI series that the once mighty West Indies need to win so as to automatically qualify for the 2019 World Cup The win at Port of Spain was also India’s highest margin of victory against West Indies away from home For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shamnad Basheer | Published: March 15 2012 12:05 am Related News Compulsory licence can go a long way to ensure access to cheaper drugs In a momentous developmentthe Indian patent office issued the ever-compulsory licence in a highly contentious pharmaceutical patent case The decision is a thumping victory for several patients and health activists who have been fighting what can only be labelled as highly inequitable pricing strategies by multinational drug firms for the past several decades In August 2011Natcoan Indian generic manufacturerhad applied for a compulsory licence in respect of Bayers patent covering an anticancer drugsorafenib tosylatemeant for patients with advanced kidney and liver cancer A compulsory licence is a legal instrument designed to force intellectual property owners to license out their statutorily granted right to interested third parties capable of manufacturing the patented product at cheaper prices It typically issues in cases where the intellectual property owner stands accused of abusing a statutorily granted monopoly by engaging in prohibitive pricing (where a patented drug is priced out of the reach of the average consumer) or by failing to supply adequate quantities of the IP good to the public Constituting what many regard as a textbook case for compulsory licensingController General of Patents PH Kurian found that all the grounds prescribed in Section 84 of the Indian Patents Act for the issuance of a compulsory licence had been met: OneBayer supplied the drug to hardly 2 per cent of approximately 88000 patients who required the drug Thereforethe reasonable requirements of the public with respect to the patented drug (Nexavar) were clearly not met TwoBayers pricing of the drug was excessive and did not constitute a reasonably affordable price It charged Rs 28 lakh for a months supply of the drugwhereas Natco was willing to supply the same quantity at Rs 8800 a month Threesince Bayer did not manufacture reasonable quantities of the drug in Indiait could not be said to have complied with the working requirement under the Indian Patents Act This part of the decision is likely to prove controversialsince almost 90 per cent of MNC drugs are not manufactured in Indiaand therefore susceptible to compulsory licences A similar provision in Brazilian patent law had been challenged as violative of TRIPS (trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights) in the past by the USbut the WTO complaint was later withdrawn The Patent Controllers order is extremely well reasoned and will go a long way towards ensuring more affordable access to new drugs in future It will significantly alter the landscape of the global pharmaceutical industry by forcing multinational pharmaceutical companies to adopt differential pricing strategiesso that drugs are available at much cheaper prices in poorer developing countries As it stands nowmany of the leading cancer drugs are priced almost the same in India as they are in the US and EU India has one of the widest compulsory licensing provisions in the worldand it is comforting to see that what was on paper is finally translating into reality One expects that this bold move by Natco will spur other generic manufacturers to resort to compulsory licencesparticularly in instances where originator drugs are prohibitively priced The order marks a watershed in the history of Indian patent law and in many ways represents a middle path in the debates surrounding pharmaceutical patents and access to affordable drugs Patents may now be more palatable to criticsif their worst monopoly effects can be successfully moderated through instruments such as compulsory licensing To this extentcompulsory licences serve as important tools to balance out the competing interests of various IP and public-health stakeholders It rewards innovators while at the same time ensuring that the innovator does not abuse her monopoly power in the market by pricing the drug out of the reach of the average consumer It ensures that Indian generics are able to copy the latest drugshone their technological skills and make a reasonable profit It allows Indian consumers to access much more affordable versions of drugs and improve health outcomes Importantlyit assures that innovators get a share of the profits made by the generics in the form of royalty payments This advantage cannot be understatedparticularly in a market like Indiawhere the consumer market is highly differentiated in terms of purchasing power Drug originators typically cater to very high-income consumerswhile generics are able to tap into middle and low-income consumer segments as well Consequentlythe possibility of a new generic entrant coming into a market segment hitherto untapped by the originator rather than simply displacing the patentees existing customer base is high To this extenta compulsory licence may permit an innovator to profit from newer untapped markets Although this order marks an important victory for patients and activists who are fighting on their behalfit is only the beginning Much more needs to be doneparticularly by the Indian government For onethe government cannot simply sit back and let innovators and generics slug it outhoping that lower generic prices would necessarily redress our public health concerns Illustrativelyone simply needs to turn to the fact that Natcos version of Bayers patented drug will sell at Rs 8800 per month Given that a sizeable proportion of Indians live below poverty linehow many of our patients can afford even this lower generic price The government must step in and take proactive measures to ensure accessible healthcare for all It should facilitate robust insurance schemeswhere health coverage extends to the poorest of the poor Only then will our right to good health translate from paper to practice for the aam admi The author is the Ministry of HRD Professor of IP Law at WB [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: April 14 2017 5:43 pm After Baahubali 2 Tamannaah Bhatia’s next is with Vashu Bhagnani where her character will be a deaf and dumb’s character Related News Actress Tamannaah Bhatia who is all geared up for the release of her upcoming magnum opusBaahubali 2 revealed that her next is with Vashu Bhagnani where she plays a deaf and dumb’s character “Baahubali helped me to realise that people want me to do different characters like now I have shot for a film in which I play a deaf and mute girl gone completely sans makeup It is a Hindi film produced by Vashu Bhagnani sir” Tamannaah said during an interview on Thursday “I am also collaborating with Prabhu (Prabhudeva) sir again but in a completely different framework So it would be very interesting for the audience who have seen us before to watch us in completely different characters and framework” added Tamannaah who was last seen with Prabhudeva and Sonu Sood in Tutak Tutak Tutiya Talking about the success of Baahubali Tamannaah proudly said: “We have always looked upon Hollywood superheroes like Super-Man and Spider-man but Baahubali is our own Indian Superhero and the connection people have made with this franchise is unprecedented” Asked about the re-release of the first part into theatres she said: “It’s an honour for any actor to say that their movie is re-released after two years I am happy that people are supporting the format of having the movie in two parts and that’s what makes it interesting This will encourage other movie makers to make films in parts” While all other characters remain the same Anushka Shetty will be seen in a new avatar in this movie Asked about her experience of working with Anushka Tamannaah said: “I have known her since the beginning of my career She is the one who helped me in the beginning of my career I wanted a costume designer and she helped me with it She has actually enjoyed the five most peak years of her career in this film which is a lot for a mainstream actress like her” Also read:Begum Jaan movie review: Vidya Balan tries to invest some feeling into her role which soon turns clichéd What was the most interesting part in shooting the biggest blockbuster of Indian cinema Tamannaah said: “I did a full-fledged action in a movie for the first time in my career I had a lot of fear of height but ‘Baahubali’ has helped me overcome it” Baahubali 2 – The Conclusion that will finally answer the most awaited answer as to Why Kattapa Killed Baahubali will hit the screens on April 28 The film is directed by SS Rajmouli with Prabhas Rana Daggubati Anushka Shetty Tamannaah Ramya Krishnan Nassar and Satyaraj in pivotal roles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Mumbai | Updated: June 20 2017 10:37 am Pullela Gopichand is hailed for propping up India’s badminton with back-to-back Olympic medals but he has his share of critics who accuse him of being dictatorial in his functioning (File Photo)( Related News Kidambi Srikanth won the Indonesian title making it the second successive Super Series meet where an Indian made the top podium after Sai Praneeth won in Singapore In the intervening weeks there were murmurs from sections in the Badminton Association of India (BAI) who were considering rejigging the system which would put national coach Pullela Gopichand’s powers under scrutiny While Gopichand is widely hailed for propping up India’s badminton with back-to-back Olympic medals and credited for the success of PV Sindhu the 44-year-old has his share of critics in certain state units and amongst players outside his academy who accuse him of being dictatorial Chief amongst the accusations are his concurrent roles as national coach while running his academy in Hyderabad While BAI distanced itself from murmurs to clip his wings and has deferred plans of announcing changes in the academy and coaching structure till its meeting next month Gopichand insists it is frustrating to face roadblocks while he is aiming to further chisel the system that’s bringing titles for India At stake is the future of 17-year-old Satwik Sairaj Reddy a talented doubles shuttler who has been groomed by Gopichand over the last decade when he was accused of ignoring doubles which remained India’s weak link in team events Speaking to The Indian Express after Srikanth’s triumph Gopichand takes on some niggling questions while stressing that far from being too-powerful he in fact wields little power as national coach Going forward he said he would like to have more say on how things ought to be planned for further success in the sport What are your thoughts on suggestions to change the system of coaching and selection in badminton I’ll say don’t fix something that’s not broken Hope the top decision makers use their intelligence to see what’s working and what’s not and then go about changing things if there’s a need for it Do you think you have too much control I wish I had more control and authority on things I have delivered results with whatever players I’ve had If I was given a chance to work with a larger group of players the number of winners would have been much more The big conflict of interest is that you are the national coach also run an academy and are an official in Telangana badminton How do you look at this situation Look at badminton for the last 20 years Prakash (Padukone) sir was the president and he had an academy (SM) Arif sir was the chief coach and had his own trainees Vimal (Kumar) had his own academy and was the secretary in Karnataka badminton Uday Pawar Madhumita Bisht Vikram Bisht all had academies while playing other roles If you look at the selection committee today also there are those with a connect with players Talk about this issue by all means but don’t make it sound as if I have done something terribly wrong and all players are coming from my academy They are coming up because we are working hard on them and they are putting in the effort A system is working It’s good that former players are coaching; isn’t it Why would you stop that Your system of coaching is working but critics resent the concentration of authority and also murmurs of conflict of interest Is the issue grey rather than black and white I’ll say there’s no substance to the complaints that I’ve done anything wrong It’s tricky because people who have no connect with the game want to take the biggest decisions in the sport Those who are involved day-in-day-out and have a passion for badminton should logically be making these decisions Of course there should be checks and balances and everyone should be accountable But there are people who have no passion for the game who want to take the biggest decisions Shouldn’t the stakeholders be deciding Guru saidutt’s addition to the TOPS list was a bone of contention For starters nobody paid extra money to Guru saidutt I had said this in the TOPS meeting and I’ll say it again — it makes no sense to allot funding for every player separately I had said the funding that badminton receives should be used up for a group of 4-5 players rather than a single player If we are availing a physio a trainer isn’t it ideal that they take care of and are paid for 2-3 players rather than just 1 athlete Guru made the grade on his merit — he had a Commonwealth Games medal in 2014 and was deserving of getting a chance but it’s unfortunate that he was picked on At the Olympics you can’t have a support staff of 500 travelling with 100 athletes It doesn’t work like that Guru was given nothing extra than what Srikanth Sindhu Kashyap already had But what about somebody outside the academy like Ajay Jayaram I was always of the opinion that if Ajay wants to train in Mumbai it’s fine Go out and ask him what he needs Give him a specific number of shuttles every year and a stipend for whatever support staff he needs He is a good bloke but the trouble in this precedent is how do you monitor what’s happening at different centres What is your idea of how the funding system should be I always wanted TOPS to be system-driven not athlete-driven If there are 5-6 support staff attached to one athlete — coaches physios analysts and only 2 can travel what do the others do in that time and how do we monitor their funding In a system support staff professionals get utilised properly Any funding should be system-driven otherwise you’ll always struggle to monitor It is contended that you have too much power resting in you as national coach Your comments When I go to big events like the Olympics or Sudirman I’m not always in the loop about players’ injuries I don’t know if my doubles teams are all match-fit Someday I will be asked what sort of a national coach am I if I don’t know about my players’ fitness status Are you still saying I am an all-powerful coach I say I have absolutely no power as a national coach If I had more powers I would deliver more results For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kriti Sonali | Bengaluru | Updated: August 4 2017 2:35 pm Ranbir Kapoor is working hard for his beefed up look to play Sanjay Dutt in the biopic Related News Ranbir Kapoor who was last seen in Jagga Jasoos is busy with the Sanjay Dutt biopic Ranbir recently flew to New York to film some crucial parts of the biopic In the yet-untitled film Ranbir will play Sanjay Dutt and he is making sure that every aspect of Jr Dutt looks very real And a crucial part of this is his weight training sessions Ranbir is not on social media but we have to thank his trainer Kunal Gir for keeping us posted with the latest photos and videos of the actor Ranbir Kapoor is working hard for his beefed up look to play an older Sanjay We know this as his trainer shared a photo of the actor and wrote “Forgot about this pic One from the NY trip This was taken hours after we landed in Ny from the 16hr flight We got a mini breakfast and headed straight to gym When it comes to commitment RK is second to none Double tap and share if you want me to send you RKs shoulder workout #ranbirkapoor #bodybuilding #steel#kunalgir” Well this caption says it all Trainer Kunal Gir has been sharing photos and videos of Ranbir Kapoor in the past too The Sanjay Dutt biopic is directed by Rajkumar Hirani It also stars Vicky Kaushal Dia Mirza Anushka Sharma and Sonam Kapoor It is slated for release next year See the latest photos and video of Sanjay Dutt biopic star Ranbir Kapoor: Though Ranbir Kapoor seems to have got the look right he is extremely nervous about the film He earlier said “I don’t know if I have nailed it or not (referring to the film) I was very inspired (doing this film) We have a few days left now for the film It’s a very new me so I am excited to see how the audience reacts It should be out on March 30 next year” Ranbir Kapoor also added the upcoming biopic on Sanjay Dutt will deal with both the highs and lows of the actor’s life Ranbir expressed that Dutt has been very gracious in providing insights about his life story in an honest way for the biopic Ranbir said “He hasn’t been a hypocrite about it (his life) So it’s not a propaganda film trying to portray him as God or something We are trying to show a very human side of Sanjay Dutt his perils his downfall his will to fight his time in jail terrorism charges his drug phase how he handled his mother’s death two days before the release of his debut film his relationship with his father These were human conflicts in his life” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Pallabi Munsi | Updated: July 23 2017 8:52 am Saifi wishes customers were more polite just as in Goa (Express Photo by Pallabi Munsi) Top News “Saddam bhai is a magician isn’t he” a 26-year-old customer of a neighbourhood watering hole in south Delhi says of the man behind the bar counter while sipping a ‘brewtail’ — a beer-based cocktail — and rolling a cigarette “No he’s a scientist Look at the concoction” his friend declares Overhearing the animated and well drunken conversation the bartender 25-year-old Saddam Saifi grins from ear to ear as he rushes past them to greet a new customer “I’ll be back in a minute” he says It is 930 pm on a Wednesday night and a popular bar in South Delhi’s Greater Kailash-II is buzzing with activity Even as the regulars find their favourite spot and unwind new customers come in look around and take their place on bar stools as Saifi walks up to them Saifi ensures no one has to wait too long for their order Regulars add he does no “draught gimmick” here and the bar focuses on the classics Saifi says he hasn’t heard of the incident in Gurgaon a couple of months ago when a 30-year-old had to be rushed into surgery after he consumed a drink laced with liquid nitrogen without waiting for the stipulated “50 to 60 seconds” required for the gas to evaporate “There are so many new trends such as cocktails with pressurised nitrogen etc but those are not served here I guess we don’t like to show off like most other new bars in the city” says Saifi The owner of the pub chain Rahul Singh says he has intentionally kept it simple “I am not really fond of all the gimmicky stuff Our customers like that about us Plus it is risky hence we are not even thinking about venturing into that direction” he says Saifi isn’t sure if he should be “happy or sad about that” Mixing exotic cocktails is his first love he says After college he had gone straight to the Brightland Resort & Spa at Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra for a special six-month bartending course he adds Growing up Saifi admits he had never thought he would be doing what he does now “I have always been interested in food and knew that I wanted to work in the hospitality business but the idea of bartending struck me only after I enrolled at the Institute of Hotel Management Ghaziabad right after school” he says as he pulls up a chair the moment he has two minutes to spare Within seconds though desperate calls of “Saddam bhai” — most of them from customers seeking a refill — fill the parlour that can seat around 25-30 people “He is a regular here But the girl with him… I bet he wants to impress her He has asked me to make my signature Currytini for her — it’s made with mangoes curry leaves mint and of course beer I hope it works” he says as he crosses his fingers flashes a smile and rushes back behind the counter His working hours mean he has no fixed schedule says Saifi who hails from a village a few hours away from Moradabad “My routine is topsy-turvy and my body clock a mess” Even after the bar shuts at 1 am and the stragglers have pushed off by 130 am Saifi must get down to more work “Real work begins now” he says beginning a stock-taking exercise He counts the number of beer bottles goes to the storage unit and comes back with more bottles After that he makes a list of what needs to be ordered He then sends a mail to his boss the manager of the pub and marks a copy of it to the distributor “I go to sleep only early in the morning around 630-7 am Around 12 I wake up take a quick shower and eat my lunch I literally run around because I know I need to reach the bar by 4 pm and on weekends by 3 pm I cannot afford to be late how else will the customers get their fix” he says as he wraps up his work for the day and locks the gate It is 3 am by now Home is Sarita Vihar 10-odd-km away and he lives with his mother father brother and sister-in-law Daily chores are on in full swing by the time he wakes up the next morning His brother a carpenter by profession is already off to work most days “My father used to run a construction supplies shop But he is old now we have to earn the bread for the house” Saifi says adding that he gets a decent salary “almost enough to run the family” after keeping some for himself Laughing heartily as he eats kadhi-chawal he says “Earlier my family did not approve of my profession But over the years they have accepted My parents even know that I also drink at times” Serving him food his mother says “It is very difficult to make our relatives and friends understand what he does Mein toh bolti hoon ke mera beta rasoi mein kaam karta hai (I tell everybody my son works in the kitchen)” It’s because of his family Saifi clarifies that he is not doing his dream job — in Goa where he spent a year at the Whispering Palm Beach Resort in Bardez “Ah Goa” he says dreamily “It was the best place for my job I had the liberty to mix anything make up any drink and if it worked with the customers it would be added to the menu My signature drink was what we called The Godfather It contains 40 ml of champagne 15 ml of gin lime juice and orange peel It is generally served in a special type of glass you know the one that you can twist around It is the best ever” Goa still on his mind he adds “The customers there are mostly foreigners who know that even a bartender should be respected and talked to in a civil manner unlike how it is here” However he accepts moving back with the family was important “Before quitting that job I closed my eyes and reflected on what my priority should be The answer my family flashed immediately” he says getting ready to go back to the pub For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News Secondly, HoD. who has been holding fundraisers across the county this week largely benefiting the Republican National Committee. “Garv: Pride and Honour”, The resolution should be voted on only as a first step in the right direction,s response may have been couched in diplomacy,s entertainment programmes also be lifted. Inside pics from Aamir’s bash The 51-year-old actor interacted with the media at the inaugural of special Bone Marrow Transplant Centre & Birthing Centre at Nanavati Super Specialty Hospital.

picture diplomacy or well orchestrated career strategy?

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