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veenzar (Advocate)     18 March 2008

Geographical Indications

What properties can be registered under the Geographical Indications Act?


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veenzar (Advocate)     18 March 2008

Any reply?

Prakash Yedhula (Lawyer)     18 March 2008

The term GI has been defined as "Geographical Indications", in relation to goods, means an indication which identifies such goods as agricultural goods, natural goods or manufactured goods as originating, or manufactured in the territory of a country, or a region or locality in that territory, where a given quality, reputation or other characteristics of such goods is essentially attributable to its geographical origin and in case where such goods are manufactured goods one of the activities of either the production or of processing or preparation of the goods concerned takes place in such territory, region or locality, as the case may be.

Guest (n/a)     07 June 2008

Dear Sir

if the region itself is the proof of GI, then how the basamati is patented by USA as texamati 


sankar (lawyer)     07 June 2008

What is the present status of disputes in regard to geographical indicato(Turmeric, basamati, and other products) pending before the international IPR forum.

CHANDRASEKAR R (Founding Partner)     28 April 2012

Turmeric, Neem and Basmati case was won by us. Please read the link for further facts.

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