Not mere an opposition but a fair and reasonable opposition leads to meet the goals of opposition. The process of trademark opposition requires valid and reasonable grounds of interests of the opponent in an accepted and advertised Trademark. The trademark opposition based on hypothetical and imaginary grounds always fails and leads to un-necessary expenditures of the opponents. Thus, a fair and reasonable advice and consultancy is required before determination and decision of initiating opposition proceedings. For a reasonable opposition it is necessary that the opponent has reasonable interest in the advertised mark or the advertised mark is capable of infringing upon or creating confusion or any association with the mark of the opponent. It is commonly seen these days in most of the opposition proceedings that contain weaker and un-reasonable grounds of opposition which is not much sustainable on legal grounds.