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India trying to 're-energise' growth

India's chief economic adviser, Raghuram Rajan, tells the BBC that the government is taking steps to re-energise growth in the country.

India's economy has seen its economic growth rate slow over the past few quarters.

Earlier this year, it lowered its growth forecast to 5% for the year to 31 March 2013, underlining the challenges it faces in reviving the sluggish economy.

There are concerns that the country's growth may be running out of steam and there have been calls for a fresh wave of economic reforms.

Raghuram Rajan, the Indian government's chief economic advisor told the BBC that the government is taking steps to re-energise growth in the country.