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Pallavi Shroff has taken on some of the biggest names globally in the battle for IPR.

One of the leading ladies in intellectual property rights in India, Pallavi Shroff, has made it to the Business Today Most Powerful Women list for the sixth time. The jury specifically noted Shroff's contribution to the path breaking case of Bharat

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