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Indian farmers continue to protest over agricultural reforms as New Delhi asks for talk-break

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India is witnessing its biggest unrest in the farming industry in years. Tens of thousands of farmers are protesting in the capital New Delhi against law that they say will expose them to corporate exploitation. Talks with the government failed to make head way on Thursday but negotiations are expected to resume this weekend. In the meantime, farmers keep the pressure up.

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