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Modi's 'Make in India' drive skids on red tape

Recent mine closures highlight bureaucratic obstacles to PM's push to turn nation into global manufacturing hub

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Mr Modi is set to trumpet his 'Make in India' initiative at the G-20 summit in Australia this week

New Delhi

PRIME Minister Narendra Modi is seeking to turn India into a global manufacturing hub by curbing red tape. Tell that to Tata Steel Ltd, which closed one of its largest iron-ore mines in September over permit delays.

India's largest maker of the alloy isn't alone. Steel

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