Today, the people of Mumbai are making the effort to get their lives back to something approaching normality after the traumatizing events of last week. The clean-up operations are well underway. So, too, is the apportioning of blame.
After weeks of wrangling, the Senate has approved a nuclear deal that allows the exportation of American nuclear materials to India. The agreement is being seen as a cornerstone in improving relations between the two countries.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the Indian city of Chandigarh. It's one of several Indian cities where the country's biggest online matchmaking and marriage website is marketing its services. Tinku Ray reports on the website called Shaadi.com.
U.S. carmaker Ford wants to sell luxury brands Jaguar and Land Rover, and today Indian company Tata agreed to buy them; Anchor Marco Werman gets reaction to the deal from reporter Tinku Ray in New Delhi.
Host Steve Curwood talks with Sunita Narain, director of the Center for Science and the Environment in Delhi, about what the Nano Car could mean for the developing world and how India should handle its transportation issues.
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