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India PM Modi calls in experts as economic growth flags

GDP growth slumps to 5.7% in April-June, the lowest in three years

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, 3rd from right, at the new corporate office of ONGC in New Delhi during the launch of an electrification scheme on Monday (Photo by Press Information Bureau)

NEW DELHI -- With India's economic growth slowing sharply, Prime Minister Narendra Modi formed a panel of experts Monday to offer guidance on pressing economic concerns.

India's gross domestic product growth slumped to 5.7% in the April-June period, the lowest in three years, official data showed.

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