KSRTC vs KSRTC legal battle: Karnataka rejects Kerala’s claim over brand name, says Trade Marks Registry order has no legal basis
Kerala and Karnataka are fighting a legal battle to claim the 'KSRTC' trademark for their respective road transportation corporations
Twitter removes Home Minister Amit Shah’s display photo citing copyright violation and locks account, calls it ‘inadvertent error’
On Thursday night, a message was displayed on the display image section of Home Minister Amit Shah Twitter profile saying "Media not displayed".
SaReGaMa claims copyright violation by Doordarshan telecast of Armed Forces musical band performance of Saare Jahan Se Achha on Independence Day
Prasar Bharati CEO expresses disappointment for receiving copyright strike on YouTube
NDTV journalist who insulted ISRO scientist found selling ISRO images on Getty, social media users question whether it’s allowed
Social media users question whether Pallava Bagla is violating rules by selly IRSO images on Getty
After Sandals and extra-marital affairs, the Indian Judiciary shows its culinary wisdom and declares that no vendor can have a monopoly over Chur Chur Naan.
‘Neutral’ blogger Dhruv Rathee gets satirical video deleted which shows him “exposing” Arvind Kejriwal
Mock interview of a politician in Dhruv Rathee video was replaced with real clips of Arvind Kejriwal which matched with content of the video
'Mission Mangal' is based on women engineers who were instrumental in the 2014 Mangalyaan Mars Mission.
Congress President had shared a copyrighted image of Lord Shiva on social media without buying the rights.
Times has filed a case claiming Tharoor and Lalu tapes as their intellectual ‘property’ that were stolen by Arnab.
Author Nityanand Misra tried to find the answer to this question while writing his book on Hanuman Chalisa.
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