Editor's note: Telling the India story

India is a riveting story which we plan to tell with sustained vigour.

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    Editor's note: Telling the India story
    India is a land where entreprenuers and free thinkers are going global [File: AFP]

    Making sense of India has never been easy. This land has always charmed and confused outsiders in equal measure – where hope thrives amid seas of despair, and entrepreneurs and free thinkers are going global and forging a new world.

    It’s a story that Al Jazeera has covered from the early days of our launch in 2006, when we established one of our first foreign bureaus in New Delhi.


    Now we aim to do even better. We are launching a special focus on India, which we hope will bring all the issues facing the region into focus.

    We’re starting out this week by telling stories through the eyes of India’s women. We hope you will be intrigued as we are. See our latest Spotlight page here.

    And as always, we’d like you to tell us what you think. Keep in touch.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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