Tension after workers kill tea plantation owner in India
Workers have killed the owner of a tea plantation in north-eastern India in a dispute over pay.
India is famed for its tea production; Darjeeling, one of the world's best-known teas, is grown in the Himalayas.
However, tea for the domestic market is grown on the plains and conditions for workers are often abysmal.
Sanjoy Majumder reports from Jalpaiguri in north Bengal.
28 Nov 2014