Female Wrestlers Are Unlikely Heroines Of Bollywood's Biggest Smash

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When There's No Therapist, How Can The Depressed Find Help?

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In the Old City of New Delhi, Asim Husain stands in his shop, where he sells hand-stitched purses. He says sales normally conducted in cash are down nearly 90 percent and his attempts to go "cashless" with credit cards or other e-wallet schemes have not met with great success. "The connectivity is very poor," Husain says, referring to the internet. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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India Wants To Go Cashless. But It's Easier Said Than Done

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Patient and counselor: In a village near Bhopal, India, a woman with depression (left) meets with her counselor. The counselor, who lives nearby and speaks the same dialect, has received three weeks of intensive training. The patient says the counselor changed her life for the better. Joanne Silberner for NPR hide caption

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Neighbors Treating Neighbors For Depression And Alcoholism

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A billboard for the Trump Tower Mumbai luxury residential apartment complex is seen next to a busy road in Mumbai in June. Indranil Mukherjee/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In India, Trump's Business Interests Raise Anticipation And Questions

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A cricket fan waves the flag of India in 2012. Moviegoers in the country should expect to see much more of it when they catch the latest blockbuster. Greg Wood/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Demonstrators hold Indian currency notes during a protest Monday in Bangalore against the government's decision to void 500- and 1,000-rupee notes. Kiran Manjunath /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Afghan refugee Sharbat Gula (center) will get free medical care in India. She seen here arriving with her son at the Presidential Palace in Kabul before meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani Wednesday. Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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