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Mallica Joshi, Hindustan Times New Delhi, August 24, 2012 The Delhi high court’s order to stop selling photocopies of books may have angered students, teachers and ‘copyleft’ activists and spawned campaigns to save photocopiers, but the authors and publishers’ body has welcomed the decision. The Indian Reprographics Registration

Publishers triumph in court ruling on ‘copy shops’ Raghavendra Verma02 May 2013 Issue No:270 http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20130501170105154 An Indian court has thrown out an attempt by a student organisation to allow private campus-based photocopying shops to create bound, near-complete copies of course books, in a case that may have set a

http://www.firstpost.com/delhi/publishers-vs-photocopying-will-indian-institutes-pay-licensing-fee-729797.html Top global publishing houses launched a massive offensive against a lone photocopy store in Delhi University and against the Delhi University, telling the High Court on Thursday that the practice of ‘institutionally-supported mass photocopying’ is the ‘death knell’ for educational publishing. Last year, three international publishing

Mallica Joshi, Hindustan Times New Delhi, August 24, 2012 The Delhi high court’s order to stop selling photocopies of books may have angered students, teachers and ‘copyleft’ activists and spawned campaigns to save photocopiers, but the authors and publishers’ body has welcomed the decision. The Indian Reprographics Registration