India's experiment with a fat tax
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India's experiment with a fat tax

Malnutrition is still a major problem in India, so it's perhaps surprising that many Indians are overweight.

In fact, obesity has become such a major concern that one state has now proposed a so-called fat tax on restaurants that sell fast food to try and make people more health conscious.

But some wonder if it's the best approach.

The BBC's Sameer Hashmi reports from Kochi in Kerala.

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