Fabindia not to use word ‘Khadi’, may end up paying multi-million dollars in damages! #Quick Recap of the Khadi Dispute

In an interesting update in the on-going dispute between Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) and Fabindia, earlier this week Fabindia gave an undertaking before the Bombay High Court that it is not presently using the word ‘Khadi’ and in the event it is desirous of using the word ‘Khadi’ in future it shall give four weeks written notice to KVIC. The Court accepted the undertaking and disposed of KVIC’s application seeking injunction order be passed by the Court, prohibiting Fabindia from using the term khadi to sell its products. Continue reading “Fabindia not to use word ‘Khadi’, may end up paying multi-million dollars in damages! #Quick Recap of the Khadi Dispute”

Bombay High Court grants injunction in favor of owners of copyright of the song “Keh Doon Tumhe”

The Bombay High Court in a recent judgment has granted injunction in favor of owners of copyright of the famous song “Keh Doon Tumhe” [#KehDoonTumhe] against its unauthorized use in a remixed version in the Defendant’s film. Continue reading “Bombay High Court grants injunction in favor of owners of copyright of the song “Keh Doon Tumhe””