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Adeline is a cancer survivor in north-east India who started posting creative Instagram videos as a hobby, and now earns money from it.
The BBC is experimenting with a way of delivering the news more quickly.
The business group calls for a system that "ensures immigrants add to the economy" instead.
Ikea has opened its first store in India. So what do locals make of it?
As suppliers await news one tells the BBC he will receive a fraction of what he's owed should it go into administration.
An Irish retail family has agreed a deal in principle to buy the brand and some of the store leases.
Samsung's phone warns if a photo's subject is blurry or blinking, while its stylus acts as a remote.
A number of developers complain that their apps were removed - despite not being gambling-themed.
Emma's Diary is fined £140,000 after illegally collecting and selling information to the Labour Party.
The department store chain says it is in discussions to secure funding "no later" than 20 August.
Seventeen-year-old Lila Childs says the Hunger Games films inspired her to become a make-up artist.
Russia is punished for a nerve agent attack on ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the UK.
The Chinese billionaire holds the fate of 17,500 workers in his hands - so what do we know about him?
A weak currency, high borrowing, and falling share prices point to long-term economic problems for Turkey.
Greetings card company blames "extreme weather" for fall in sales in the first half.
Campaigners say the rise of ride-hail services has threatened yellow taxis and caused driver suicides.
Reggie Nelson was fed up with being left behind as the world went by so he decided to knock on the doors of the wealthy when his luck changed.
A key reason for Trump's tariffs on China's exports is anger at the theft of US company secrets, but will the Chinese now clean up their act?
Some hotels are making deliberate design choices to look good on Instagram.
India could be a big opportunity for the company, but it's also a market with many quirks.