Copyright Act

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T-Series, Saregama, YRF, copyright Act, royalty evasion, ED

Enforcement Directorate quizzes T-Series, Saregama honchos

YRF’s Aditya Chopra summoned to agency’s Mumbai office on November 9

Pental only gave lab access, says counsel

Pental is locked in a legal battle over an alleged plagiarism case brought by former associate S Pardha Saradhi.

Explained: Intellectual property fights

The messy arrest and release of former Delhi University vice-chancellor on Tuesday in a ‘plagiarism’ case

Briefly State: Fake Samsung phones seized

Mumbai Police Crime Branch CB control unit raided City Centre Mall in Nagpada on Wednesday and seized 1,000 fake Samsung mobile phones and accessories worth Rs 1 crore.

Despite govt ban,pirated CDs freely available in city

Despite stringent anti piracy measures by the government,the sale of pirated CDs continues unabated in Chandigarh.

Cabinet clears copyright Bill

The Union Cabinet cleared three Bills — Universities of Innovation Bill,Copyright (Amendment ) Bill and National Accreditation Regulatory Authority for Higher Educational Institutions Bill,2012.

Cabinet to take up copyright Bill today

The Cabinet is likely to take up long-pending Universities of Innovation Bill and Copyright (Amendment) Bill on Thursday.

IMI and police crack down on piracy,18 arrested

Acting on tip-offs from the Indian Music Industry (IMI),the Punjab police conducted anti-piracy raids in June,this year and have arrested 18 people and booked them under the Copyright Act.

City Briefs

The Ludhiana police has recovered about 1250 mp3 discs,2500 DVDs,1250 wrappers and 70 porn films from a godown in Nigger market.

Film producers to strike work on Jan 6

The strike has been called by the Film and TV Producers Guild.

Activists oppose ‘discriminatory’ amendment to Copyright Act

Opposing the upcoming amendment to the Copyright Act,1957 that proposes to exempt only the ‘specially designed’ formats like Braille to help the disabled read…

Aamir Khan resigns from Copyright Act panel

Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan has resigned from the 10-member committee set up by HRD Minister Kapil Sibal.