A land crisis is gripping India. The country's growing prosperity has created a rapidly expanding middle class that is demanding modern housing and has the money to pay for it.
But building millions of new houses and apartments isn't easy, especially in a country where land is hard to come by.
A land battle on the outskirts of New Delhi illustrates the point.
The property, in an area known as Greater Noida, is undergoing the transition from cropland to towering apartment blocks. Right now, though, it's a visual and legal mess.