Indian Copyright

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Indian Copyright” is a personal blog which contains the views of its author, Nandita Saikia. The posts on this blog primarily relate to copyright from an Indian perspective. They are not professional advice, and should not be considered or construed as such. This blog neither creates an attorney-client relationship between the author and any visitor(s) or any other person(s), nor does it seek to do so. The material contained herein is solely for the purpose of academic discussion and is accessible on an as-is basis. No representations or warranties are made as to accuracy, impartiality or fitness of the material on this blog for any use, and the author shall not be liable in any manner to any extent for the consequences of any action taken on the basis of any material herein. Further, no representations or warranties of any nature are made regarding any material which may be linked to from this blog, and the author shall not be responsible for the contents thereof. (The terms of use are available here.)
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