Amy Kazmin, the FT's south Asia correspondent, travels to Lavasa, India's first hill station since the British Raj entirely built by a private company, to see whether open cities can really can be constructed from scratch for all citizens of India or whether it will simply prove to be the ultimate gated community.
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