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Crushed by COVID-19, India's restaurants consider radical changes

App-linked cameras in the kitchen among new tactics to lure diners back

NEW DELHI -- As the COVID-19 pandemic devastates service industries around the world, dining-out culture has taken a particularly bad hit from lockdown regimes. The restaurant malaise is particularly pronounced in India, home to nearly 1.4 billion people, where the leading industry association counts more than 500,000 restaurants as members.

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