I do agree with Mr.Vinod Kumar,
If you see IV schedule of Trade Marks Act.
Definition of Trade Mark--------
What is a trade mark?
A trade mark protects any sign or symbol that allows your customers to tell you apart from your competitors. You can register a name, logo, slogan or strap line. To be registered, a trade mark must be: distinctive for the goods and services you apply for not similar or identical to any earlier marks for the same or similar goods and services
not deceptive, or contrary to law or morality.
If your trademark meets these requirements, you may want to consider applying for a registered trademark. If you have a registered trademark, you must renew it every
10 years to keep it in force.