This means things in India tend to be fairly large-scaled — consider its network of roads, consumer spending, or its youth population. But it also experiences some problems on a large scale like suicides
It’s been a very bad start to India’s June-September monsoon season, and that does not bode well for inflation. Lackluster rainfall makes for lackluster crops, and that always means higher food prices.
India has the highest number of undernourished people in the world. According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) that figure currently stands at 217 million and more than 30%
By Rajyasree Sen Come monsoon, most Indian homes prepare a hearty one-pot meal that can be eaten while staring out of a window, watching the rains bring a slight chill to the air. The khichri or khichdi
Ela Bhatt, Indian co-operative organiser and activist, on the challenges facing women in the informal economy Tell me about yourself and why you started the Self-Employed Women's Association of India in