Does India have a problem of too many farmers?
A banking expert reflects on what's causing the Big Indian Grain Drain and how to stem it
It was a late May late morning and we had driven straight into the fields to meet one of the largest farmers in that area at his farm. We were dreading a very hot start to the day but were pleasantly surprised by large, shady banyan trees with leaves and branches swaying strongly under the lovely breeze that was blowing. After all, our worries were put to rest and this was a perfect start to this rural trip.