It's been one year since a series of agriculture bills were rushed through India's parliament. The reforms were meant to empower farmers but instead sparked protest. The government was accused of a lack of transparency and of putting millions of peoples' livelihoods in jeopardy. While the laws have been suspended, talks between unions and officials have stalled. Our correspondents Thomas Denis, Adil Bhat, Edward Haywood and Sreya Banerjee report.
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