Poor Conditions for India's Builders
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Poor Conditions for India's Builders

Millions of laborers have left poor and remote areas to build the new India in emerging suburbs of New Delhi, India's capital. But the work sites they inhabit are often dangerous environments.Washington Post's Emily Wax reports. Video by Raymond Thibodeaux

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