Rain-Scarce India Depends on Record Stock to Feed PeoplePrabhudatta Mishra and Pratik Parija
Crops in India, the world’s second-biggest grower and consumer of rice and wheat, are threatened by the weakest monsoon since 2009 leaving the country’s supplies hinging on stockpiles and measures to bolster supplies.
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