Geographical Indication

coffee cultivation
Araku Coffee: Aromatic coffee cultivated sustainably

A true coffee lover would definitely know about Araku coffee. But do you know how the coffee became popularity and achieved international recognition?...

India vs Pakistan: Who owns the Basmati Rice GI?

India’s application to get GI tag on Basmati Rice in the EU market is on hold as Pakistan opposed the move with its own claim. While fiercely defending its turf on historical veracity, India must pr...

ODOP can include the GI products

Dr Arpita Mukherjee, Professor at ICRIER, asserts that if multiple schemes are aligned with the One District One Product (ODOP) scheme, the benefits are likely to be more. For example, more products c...

Dr D Tripati Rao TPCI Indian economy
Corporatising local businesses: Key to ODOP success

Prof D. Tripati Rao, IIM Lucknow, in this interview opines that One District One Product (ODOP) scheme needs two wings of skilled labour force and financing capital through institutional design as an ...

Business Terminology – Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)

Intellectual property rights enable people to earn benefits from what they invent/create, but are challenged by differing legal interpretations and policy approaches across countries....

Geographical indications (GI)

GI is an indicator that specifies that the quality, reputation or other characteristics of a good can each be a sufficient basis for eligibility as a geographical indication, where they are essentiall...

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