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Hitting out at the personalities returning awards as "rabid anti-BJP elements", It’ll never do u wrong. #throwbackthursday #beachlife ?” Watch: When Priyanka Chopra interviewed Jennifer Aniston at Oscars And here’s how Priyanka made our Friday better… The only spoilsports are the filters that the actor applied to the picture She looked every bit the stunner that she is in the image Priyanka has earlier donned swimsuits in films such as Dostana but stayed away from a bikini Coming back to Baywatch the reason Priyanka will not be seen in the red bikini Pamela Anderson made so famous is because she is playing the villain The film’s Victoria Leeds explained it earlier “I’m not a lifeguard I’m the interruption in their slow motion” See a few more pics of Priyanka Chopra in a bikini: But Priyanka trust us when we say that you would have owned that beach in red and slo-mo Well there is still some time before the film releases think about it Dwayne Johnson Baywatch releases this summer and stars The Rock along with Zac Efron and Alexandra Daddario For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 14 2017 8:47 pm Australia are traditionally a good fielding side and are known to pile on the pressure with their sharp work on the field (Source: PTI) Top News Australia’s Travis Head stated that the team possesses a few fielders that can “win games” “Fielding could win or lose you a game I guess the Australians pride themselves on their fielding and we have worked hard on that skill” Head told reporters after a practice session in Chennai Australia are traditionally a good fielding side and are known to pile on the pressure with their sharp work on the field “Make sure we go in and do that in pressure situations We have some extremely good fielders yes We have seen guys who can win games with their fielding” he said Head is part of the squad that tour India for a five-match ODI series and a three-match T20I series that starts on September 17 in Chennai Australia had recently played a warm-up game against a Board President’s XI team at Chennai in which Head scored 65 “Since I have come into the side I feel confident It was nice to get some time in the middle the other day” he said Head also said that he was confident of the capability of the Australia batting line up “We have got David (Warner) and Steve (Smith) who are in great touch and also (Matthew) Wade (Marcus) Stoinis batted really well the other day and James Faulkner has done that before We don’t rely on one person Most of the batters came in and got a hit-out there and bowlers did the same thing in the practice game” Head also heaped praise on India captain Virat Kohli “He (Virat) has a very good work ethic I think I think he is very good on match day He just plays the conditions very well and adapts very quickly I think it comes with some experience” the Australian all-rounder said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsUpdated: February 20 2014 8:56 am The present controversy highlights the US’s efforts to coerce India to amend its national IP regime to suit the former’s business interests (Reuters) Related News Even as the Khobragade scandal fades from public memory another controversy threatens to derail US-India bilateral relations This time around the battle is over intellectual property (IP) rights A US governmental agency the International Trade Commission (ITC) recently initiated an inquiry into allegations that India’s IP regime was flawed and at odds with US business interests In the Khobragade case there had been noise about how India had to learn to respect the “national” laws of the US The present controversy highlights the US’s efforts to coerce India to amend its national IP regime to suit the former’s business interests Clearly multinational pharmaceutical companies are upset with India’s rigorous patent threshold In other countries patent regimes are routinely gamed to protect and even promote the evergreening of drugs (that is when an old drug that is off patent is modified ever so slightly so that an additional patent monopoply can be procured) India in its 2005 amendments to the patents act sent a clear message that it would not suffer evergreening The “notorious” Section 3(d) has been used to axe many an evergreening attempt the most significant being Novartis’s anti-cancer drug Glivec In similar vein India went on to grant a compulsory licence to Bayer’s excessively priced anti-cancer drug (selling at Rs 28 lakh a month) paving the way for a cheaper generic to enter the market at Rs 8800 per month All of this was done in conformity with Indian patent law and WTO obligations More importantly the licence was issued after a rigorous judicial process Yet big pharma continues to remain peeved and has been offering testimony after testimony in the US on how Indian IP law is not “respectful” of global pharma interests It seems oblivious to the fact that US courts denied injunctions to patentees and effectively granted de facto compulsory licences when they deemed it necessary in “public interest” The Bayer and the Novartis cases will no doubt take centrestage at this inquiry triggered by senators who complained among other things that India “has applied its patent law in a discriminatory manner particularly against innovative US pharmaceutical companies so as to advantage its domestic industries” In what appears to be a bid to show India in poor light at these hearings the US Chamber of Commerce’s Global IP Centre (GIPC) issued a timely report ranking the IP regimes of a curious assortment of 25 countries Unsurprisingly the US topped the list and India came in last The Chamber of Commerce has now gone on to demand that the US trade representative classify India as a “priority foreign country” a status reserved for the worst IP offenders and one that could potentially lead to trade sanctions Given that the GIPC report was authored by prominent members of a thinktank (Pugatch Consilium) who consult significantly with big pharma it is reasonable to suspect its “independence” This is more than evident from a methodology that seems designed to make India look bad First the report lumps together a diverse set of countries without regard to their socio-economic status or their developmental imperatives If history is any indication almost every country had minimalist IP protection at the start of its technological trajectory and moved to a maximalist IP position when its indigenous units had built sufficient capacity Indeed as the American historian Doron Ben Atar reminds us the US was once a “pirate” economy with American enterprises being encouraged to “borrow” freely from European technology Second there is no real mention of why the GIPC report picked the indicators they did or how it weighted them For instance the baseline value of the compulsory licencing index and the consequent ranking is extremely critical of any issuance of a licence even when it is fully compliant with WTO-TRIPS norms Third much of the ranking rests on “perception” and conveniently enough the perception of US multinationals that have faced difficulty extracting excessive patent rents from India Relying on perception particularly when patent numbers and “data” abound is not just shoddy but dishonest Last there is a delicious paradox underlying the flawed GIPC ranking and methodology The report appears premised on the perception that an IP regime that offers more protection to inventions even trivial ones is a “strong” one Countries such as India which stands for genuine invention and will not suffer low quality evergreened varieties are surprisingly labelled as “weak” In fact stretched to its logical limit the GIPC index would suggest a score of “infinity” for any country granting an “eternal” patent or copyright term pushing it right to the top of its rankings Co-authored by Swaraj Barooah Basheer is the founder of Spicy IP? we have only one complaint that she won’t be seen in the prescription red bikini in Baywatch,if you? the BJP will project politics of good governance under the leadership of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to enhance the party’s electoral prospects." he said. 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