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Retired clinical therapist Doug Oliver discusses old times with Geneva McElroy at a senior center in Nashville, Tennessee. (M. Osborne/VOA)

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The Ambassador automobile is the most famous and longest-made Indian car. Hindustan Motors sold the first in 1958.
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The Bank of North Dakota is the nation’s only state-operated bank. In recent years, the state has experienced economic development tied to the oil industry. And the bank has become important to development in the area.

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