India's 'no-name' property problem
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Why can't Indians gain possession of the homes they own?

Not getting possession of a flat you have purchased is a common problem in India.

Construction is often held up by delays in government approvals, and disputes over land ownership, and developers struggle to stay afloat as a result.

So on one hand people can’t get into the homes they own. And on the other hand there’s a lot of corruption, which drives up prices.

How is Prime Minister Narendra Modi trying to tackle the problem?

Shilpa Kannan reports.

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