NEW DELHI – Five months ago, Mrs Anuradha Roy and her husband Kaushik, in their late thirties, along with their two children, moved into a new home in Noida, a satellite township of the Indian capital.

There was the excitement of new beginnings as Mr Roy, a technical architect, had plans to become an entrepreneur and launch a start-up dealing with artificial intelligence.

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