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South Indian farmers demand relief following suicides

By Murali Krishnan

Farmers from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu have been protesting in the capital, Delhi, for over a month. They have been demanding a relief package and loans from the government. Their 40-day sit-in has seen them turn to eye-popping tactics that have in turn forced the government to act. Murali Krishnan met up with the farmers at the rallying site.

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