35 Pages Posted: 4 Jan 2004
This paper deals with copyright and moral rights issues in the works of Indian national poet, C Subramania Bharati. Its focus is on policy questions, touching on the protection of the artistic integrity of creative works, the democratization of access to literature, the possibility of perpetual moral rights protection in artistic works of exceptional national importance, and the appropriate role of moral rights in developing countries. The analysis will concentrate on Indian copyright law. It will also consider the impact of international copyright developments on the law in India, concluding with a brief critique of international principles in their application to developing countries.
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Sundara Rajan, Mira T., Moral Rights in the Public Domain: Copyright Matters In The Works Of Indian National Poet C Subramania Bharati. Singapore Journal of Legal Studies, pp. 161-195, 2001. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=427386
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