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How widespread has India's bootlegging industry become? Yogita Limaye reports.
In the town of Rishikesh, a whole industry has been built up around the ancient art.
"If yoga can work in Hong Kong it can work anywhere," says yogi Yogananth Andiappan.
The companies and consumers already starting to feel the "service tax" pinch.
Railway authorities in India are offering yoga sessions to help staff deal with stress.
Despite having one of the biggest food subsidy programmes, many remain undernourished.
The smartphone market in India is booming... but so are the number of manufacturers.
While pollution causes misery for many, others are taking new business opportunities.
Despite an official withdrawal, Nestle's Maggi instant noodles remain in shops.
Rising wealth has changed the fortunes of bike manufacturers in India.
Could Nepal learn lessons from India, where a quake flattened towns and villages in 2001?
Online retailers gather pace in the battle against high street jewellery stores.
The BBC's Sanjoy Majumder examines the economic record of the last year in India.
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