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After a lengthy search, Indian conglomerate the Tata Group has named a successor to chairman Ratan Tata. And their choice is a bit of a dark horse.
India’s fast-growing telecom industry has been besieged by scams and reports of corruption. How could it be curbed? And will the fallout from recent cases yield any positive results?