Indian IP office gets a new head
The head of India’s IP Office, PH Kurian, is to step down in less than a fortnight and will be succeeded by Chaitanya Prasad
Prasad, a civil servant in the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, will take over as Controller General on March 12.
Kurian had launched an ambitious programme of reform at the IP office, winning the support of many IP professionals....
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