Largest seizure in Indian anti-piracy campaign

<p>The anti-piracy campaign in India sponsored by the UK Publishers Association has made its largest seizure of illegal books so far. Raids in the city of Mumbai--formerly known as Bombay--have impounded more than 14,000 illegal trade fiction books, while a warehouse containing an estimated 20,000 books has been sealed pending inquiries. The raids bring the number of books seized in the 18-month campaign to more than 100,000.</p><p> Ian Taylor, international director of the PA who is visiting Delhi for the World Book Fair, said the seizures marked "a major milestone in a very successful cam...

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