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How does being online really change things for people living far from India's big cities?
The women bucking the trend in the very male-dominated debt-recovery industry.
Can solar power help solve India's recurrent power shortages? Pratiksha Ghildial reports.
The woman running her own manufacturing plant near the city of Pune.
One firm is trying to encourage the specialist market for mending bikes and scooters.
Indian vineyards are now making their own fizz, so is it a threat to French champagne?
You may not associate India with wine, but the industry has grown over the last decade.
India's steel manufacturers worry about overseas competition, despite increase in demand.
Indranil Das tells the BBC the corruption scandal will have financial implications.
Co-founders of Agaline, a lingerie company based in Delhi, talk about their business.
Prime Minister Modi has launched his latest initiative to create more skilled workers.
Rekha Sharma runs a cookery school for tourists who visit Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
Swedish furniture giant Ikea plans to open stores and source new products in India.
Most of India's new entrepreneurs flock to Bangalore to get their ideas off the ground.
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