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Changing Dynamics in India's Complex Democracy

India is often heralded as the world's largest democracy. But the country is still grappling with widespread political corruption, income inequality and violence toward women. Journalist Simon Denyer covered India for a decade and joins us to examine how Indians are pushing for greater accountability and to point out the signs of hope on the horizon.

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