Neetu trains nearly 8 hours a day at a wrestling facility in Rohtak, India. Her coach says, "She doesn't take a break for even one minute." Poulomi Basu/for NPR hide caption

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A Child Bride At 13, She's Turned Herself Into A Prize-Winning Wrestler
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Indian business tycoon Vijay Mallya, the owner of Kingfisher Airlines, gets into his car outside Parliament in New Delhi, India, in 2013. Mallya, who owes large sums on loans to his businesses, recently left the country for Britain, according to reports. Saurabh Das/AP hide caption

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Indian Tycoon Leaves The Country Amid Criminal Investigation
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Traditional Punjabi shoes are displayed at a trade expo in Amritsar, India. The country's new budget will cut the taxes on materials used in heels and soles. Sanjeev Syal/Demotix/Corbis hide caption

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Water In New Dehli Partially Restored After Protesters Sabotage Source
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Protesters from India's Jat agricultural caste block a highway linking New Delhi to Rohtak in the state of Haryana. The government has sent columns of troops to the area. Tsering Topgyal/AP hide caption

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Activists from India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) shout slogans during a protest in Mumbai against the Students Union at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi on Feb. 15, 2016. Punit Paranjpe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sedition Charge Divides India As Protests Continue
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An Indian student holds a placard demanding the release of student leader Kanhaiya Kumar during a protest at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi on Tuesday. Tsering Topgyal/AP hide caption

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Protests Widen As India Debates When Speech Is Sedition
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Members of Indian Youth Congress — a wing of the National Congress party — and National Students Union of India protest for Internet freedom in April 2015 in New Delhi. Mint/Hindustan Times via Getty Images hide caption

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Should India's Internet Be Free Of Charge, Or Free Of Control?
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French President Francois Hollande (left) and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrive for a ceremony Monday to lay the foundation stone for the headquarters of the International Solar Allliance at Gurgaon, on the outskirts of New Delhi, India. Saurabh Das/AP hide caption

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Student's Suicide Ignites Public Debate Over Indian Caste System
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Indian Capital Suspends Odd-Even Car Experiment To Curb Pollution
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In India, New Year Begins With Brazen Assault Near Border With Pakistan
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India To U.S.: Cut Back On Your Consumption!
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Record Breaking Smog In China, India Underlines Climate Summit In Paris
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Coal fires burn early in the morning in January 2014 at a privately owned coal mine in India's Jharkand state, making the air dense with noxious smoke and dust. Forty percent of India's mineral wealth lies in Jharkhand. Johnny Haglund hide caption

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India's Quandary: Climate Change And Coal
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