It’s only today that I’ve started digging my nose into the unabridged version of the Report. And I start corrected to that there is indeed a cursory mention about the Draft IPR National Policy which is addressed as the National IP Rights Strategy (Page 109 of the Report).
Before going in for publication, the referenced National IP Rights Strategy document (actually the Draft National IPR Policy) was not released and thus finds no place in the Report.
For the benefit of readers, India’s first major effort to develop a coordinated federal plan to improve it’s IP regime was called the the National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Strategy which was unveiled in 2012.
Transcript and commentary on the 4th Edition of the Global IP Index coming soon.