India on the move

By Mohan Dewan and Disha Dewan

The Indian Trademark Registry has stepped up its digital efforts in the last year, while changes to the legislative regime demonstrate growing recognition for international brand owners

The Indian Trademark Registry was established in 1940 and currently operates through branch offices in Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad and Chennai, with the head office in Mumbai responsible for handling international applications under the Madrid Protocol. Most of its activities are carried out through the automated Trademarks System. A central server is maintained at the Delhi office, with a disaster recovery server in Mumbai. All of the registry’s offices are connected to the central server in Delhi via a virtual private network – all important activities carried out by the examiners are recorded on the central server in real time via this.

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