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Bangalore, Karnataka (03:35)


Ola Cabs averages 750,000 rides per day and allows users to pay cash; its app supports 11 local languages. Bangalore is India's hub for technology and startups; many companies focus on solving local problems. Ola has an 80% market share.

Mahindra & Mahindra (03:58)

The TUV300 is a compact SUV fully made in India. Mahindra wants to become a global company while the local consumer base expands. Companies like Ola will affect the automobile industry, but consumers will still want cars.

Indian Film Industry (04:03)

Relativity Media and B4U Network partner to remake "Oculus" and two other Hollywood films. The media and entertainment industry in India grows an average of 14% a year. Anil Kapoor localizes several shows including "24."

Dabbawalas (03:10)

The lunchbox carriers deliver home cooked meals to workplaces around the city without the use of maps. Flipkart partners with dabbawalas to deliver packages.

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh (06:26)

The spiritual city is an integral part of Indian culture. Fashion designer Anita Dongre wants to preserve the traditions of Varanasi weavers. "Grassroots" is a tribute to dying art forms.

Credits: Growing India (00:06)

Credits: Growing India

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As growth slows in many parts of the globe, the world’s attention is turning to India. With a population of over one billion, the majority of them under the age of 27, India is set to become one of the world’s biggest growth engines with one of the youngest workforces. CNN travels across the country to examine how India has developed over the last decade and is emerging into the spotlight.

Length: 23 minutes

Item#: BVL183737

ISBN: 978-1-64481-869-5

Copyright date: ©2016

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