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- In the intro, mention figures related to international patents from India.
- In the body, mention the increasing number of patents and research papers from India and issues such as lack of citation of these papers, next mention the international patents. In the next part, mention the various aspect of the policy-doubling the full-time equivalent researchers, doubling Gross Domestic Expenditure on R&D every five years, creation of open science framework, strategies that are decentralized, evidence-informed, bottom-up, experts-driven, and inclusive etc.
- Conclude by mentioning that the draft policy makes the right moves and strikes the right notes to make India future-ready.