Indian shop sued over students' photocopies

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A small shop in Delhi is being sued for copyright infringement, for copying academic textbooks for students.

The action is being taken by three leading international publishers.

Students - and some authors - have accused the publishers of putting profit before knowledge. But the publishers say they had no alternative.

Rajesh Joshi reports from Delhi.

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