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mountains moving The Himalayas are being bolted and glued together to enable construction of a giant hydroelectric scheme on the Satluj River, northern India. Andrew Mylius reports.

Apples in their hundreds and thousands, truckloads of them, are exported from mountainous Himachel Pradesh down winding, rutted Himalayan roads. Apples are the north Indian state's economic sap; the only commodity that can be produced, large scale, in its inhospitable environment.

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