High fuel prices, income cuts, and a global economic slowdown have put gig workers in a precarious position
Christophe Jaffrelot and Trishali Chauhan write: Inflation is here to stay because it has much to do with the decline in value of the rupee that has fallen to its lowest, which makes imports of oil and gas more expensive.
Jawhar is but a small, brown blip amidst 97 million hectares of similarly barren land.
A 'partial ecosystems collapse' would increase annual borrowing costs for 26 nations including the US by $53 billion and trigger massive downgrades for India and China.
Global debt passed $300 trillion in 2021, the Institute of International Finance says.
Export restrictions harm importing countries and farmers in the producing nations by denying them a market.
India's gross savings rate is estimated to have fallen to below 30% of GDP in the fiscal year ended March, from over 32% before the pandemic.
In early 2020, the world counted 2,095 billionaires. Today—two years, half-a-billion covid cases, and at least 6 million covid deaths later—there are 2,668.
Debt Justice calls on UK to use power to make private lenders take part in effective relief scheme
When it comes to precarious schedules, workers in these fields experience an array of offenses.