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When Saurabh Ahuja tried to import a US$600 3D printer for manufacturing drones in his Delhi workshop, he ended up spending another US$900 in taxes and bribes and waited three months for it to clear customs.
 
In 2010, Neena Nagpal and her husband spent their life savings on a flat outside Delhi that was never built. Now, a new law seeks to protect thousands of homebuyers like her from unscrupulous property developers.
 
India's Modi discusses trade, ties with Turkey
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Monday that India and Turkey should strengthen their already warm business and political ties, as he welcomed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to New Delhi.
 
Bad debts hindering India growth: analysts
The recent arrest of Vijay Mallya highlighted the problem of bad loans in India, but analysts say the tycoon's unpaid debts are just the tip of an iceberg that is already holding back the country's economic growth.
 
Reaping the rewards
Indian farmers separate husk from harvest wheat grain by using a harvester machine in a field on the outskirts of Alwar in the western state of Rajasthan.
 
With 100 million new internet users every year, Amazon is betting big on India, but a major new investment in homegrown rival Flipkart means the battle to dominate the fast-growing e-commerce market is set to heat up.
 
India's most populous state is running out of meat. After the Hindu right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party came to power in Uttar Pradesh this month on the back of a resounding electoral victory and named a Hindu priest-cum-politician as the state's chief minister, the government began cracking down on illegal slaughterhouses and meat shops.
 
Backbone of India
Indian women laborers work at a brick kiln on the outskirts of Gauhati, India, Saturday, Feb. 18. Laborers who work at the brick kiln earn 250 rupees (US$3.5) a day.
 
Start-up fever grips young tech-savvy Indians
In the basement of a Bangalore building, hundreds of young Indians sit in neat rows of desks typing furiously, all dreaming of becoming the new Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg.
 
Gandhi shoes spark outrage among Indians
Flip-flops bearing the face of India's independence icon Mahatma Gandhi for sale on Amazon triggered fresh outrage Sunday, days after the e-commerce giant was forced to stop selling Indian flag doormats.
 
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