The battle could be reaching a conclusion as a bench of the Supreme Court starts hearing the case on 4 Feb
New Delhi: It’s a legal battle that has been going on for nearly two decades. It’s a tussle over intellectual property rights, the likes of which has never been witnessed in India. It’s a fight between two reputed publishing companies: the first, a publisher of a UK-based newspaper of international repute and the other, one of India’s biggest media conglomerates that publishes the most widely circulated English daily in the world and the second-most widely circulated financial daily.
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