India’s economic growth has surged in recent years, helping to reduce poverty and increase living standards, particularly for workers in technology and other booming industries. Looking ahead, what are the prospects for India’s economy and the rest of the world as countries adjust to India’s rise?
A shopkeeper waits for customers at a grocery shop during a power-cut in Mumbai (REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade).
An India Electrified, But Without Electricity
October 7, 2014, Rahul Tongia
Rahul Tongia writes about the state of electricity in India, the importance of meaningful electrification, the perils of load shedding and how the state of Gujarat has proved to be an exception.
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