Sunday, December 16, 2012

Clinton after fainting recuperating at home


December 16, 2012
US State Department officials say Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is recuperating at home after sustaining a stroke of dehydration on Saturday.
Clinton fell ill due to a stomach virus last week. She was forced to cancel a planned trip to Morocco to attend an international conference on Syria.
She was expected to testify before Congress this week on the attack on the US consulate in Libya in September that killed the US ambassador and 3 other Americans. But she will be unable to appear for the congressional hearings.
Clinton has already made clear her intention to step down. During her 4 years in office, she visited 112 countries, the most as a US secretary of state.

US media have reported that President Barack Obama has picked Senator John Kerry to succeed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who has decided to leave office.
They say Obama is expected to make the announcement in a few days.
69-year-old Kerry, currently serving as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, was the Democratic nominee for president in 2004.
India Back to 1997 in Patent Grants, China 2nd, 1st in Filing - Ex
December15, 2012
Honorable PM
Dr. Manmoham Singh
South Block
New Delhi – 110011
 
cc. MoCommerce & Industry, S&T and FICCI, CII, ASSOCHAM, PHDCCI+
 
Respected Sir,
It is most shocking Patents Grants are back to 1997 level In spite of well over 20 fold increase in Credits to Industry and MSMEs – then China was granting 4000 patents to India 2000 approx and our filings abroad were also in similar proportions 160 to 80. China is now 1st in filing Patents/ IPR, 2nd in grants.
 
Patent grants to Indians declined 75% to 776 Patents in comparison resident grants in China were up from 31,945 to 122,347 Patents since 2007after NKC Sam Pitroda made recommendations to boost R&D. (Out of 776 Patents more than half are filed by CSIR, mostly bogus Process Patents, or SMEs,)
 
Foreign grants are also down to a third – this means India Didn’t Promote Indians IPRs Nor Let In Foreign Technologies – Imports Last Year Were $485b, soon India may be Importing Every Manufactured Goods.
 
Since 1997 there 50 Times increase in Engineering Seats in Colleges.
 
Patent Grants – India – China
Year
Resi-IN
Rank
Resi-CN
N.Resi-IN
N.Resi-CN
Abroad-IN
Abroad-CN
1997
546
24
1,532
1,161
1,962
80
160
1998
550
24
1,653
1,223
3,082
134
164
1999
633
22
3,097
1,527
4,540
157
213
2000
402
27
6,177
861
6,881
182
269
2001
529
25
5,395
1,020
10,901
288
327
2002
619
23
5,868
921
15,389
425
480
2003
615
27
11,404
911
25,750
622
580
2004
851
21
18,241
1,466
31,119
766
726
2005
1,396
19
20,705
2,924
32,600
888
870
2006
1,907
18
25,077
5,632
32,709
919
1,279
2007
3,173
12
31,945
12,088
36,003
1,125
1,557
2008
2,541
13
46,590
13,520
47,116
1,398
2,329
2009
1,725
17
65,391
4,443
62,998
1,466
3,111
2010
1,208
22
79,767
5,930
55,343
1,933
5,055
2011
776
24
112,347
4,392
59,766
2,101
5,811
 
India Need Overhaul of IPR Promotion, Invest $40b/yr on R&D.
 
Thank you,
 
Ravinder Singh*,
Inventor & Consultant
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi - 110016
*Ravinder Singh is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects.
India Back to 1997 in Patent Grants, China 2nd, 1st in Filing - Ex
December15, 2012
Honorable PM
Dr. Manmoham Singh
South Block
New Delhi – 110011
 
cc. MoCommerce & Industry, S&T and FICCI, CII, ASSOCHAM, PHDCCI+
 
Respected Sir,
It is most shocking Patents Grants are back to 1997 level In spite of well over 20 fold increase in Credits to Industry and MSMEs – then China was granting 4000 patents to India 2000 approx and our filings abroad were also in similar proportions 160 to 80. China is now 1st in filing Patents/ IPR, 2nd in grants.
 
Patent grants to Indians declined 75% to 776 Patents in comparison resident grants in China were up from 31,945 to 122,347 Patents since 2007after NKC Sam Pitroda made recommendations to boost R&D. (Out of 776 Patents more than half are filed by CSIR, mostly bogus Process Patents, or SMEs,)
 
Foreign grants are also down to a third – this means India Didn’t Promote Indians IPRs Nor Let In Foreign Technologies – Imports Last Year Were $485b, soon India may be Importing Every Manufactured Goods.
 
Since 1997 there 50 Times increase in Engineering Seats in Colleges.
 
Patent Grants – India – China
Year
Resi-IN
Rank
Resi-CN
N.Resi-IN
N.Resi-CN
Abroad-IN
Abroad-CN
1997
546
24
1,532
1,161
1,962
80
160
1998
550
24
1,653
1,223
3,082
134
164
1999
633
22
3,097
1,527
4,540
157
213
2000
402
27
6,177
861
6,881
182
269
2001
529
25
5,395
1,020
10,901
288
327
2002
619
23
5,868
921
15,389
425
480
2003
615
27
11,404
911
25,750
622
580
2004
851
21
18,241
1,466
31,119
766
726
2005
1,396
19
20,705
2,924
32,600
888
870
2006
1,907
18
25,077
5,632
32,709
919
1,279
2007
3,173
12
31,945
12,088
36,003
1,125
1,557
2008
2,541
13
46,590
13,520
47,116
1,398
2,329
2009
1,725
17
65,391
4,443
62,998
1,466
3,111
2010
1,208
22
79,767
5,930
55,343
1,933
5,055
2011
776
24
112,347
4,392
59,766
2,101
5,811
 
India Need Overhaul of IPR Promotion, Invest $40b/yr on R&D.
 
Thank you,
 
Ravinder Singh*,
Inventor & Consultant
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi - 110016
*Ravinder Singh is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power, Transportation, Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Projects.

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