Men on their way to work in a local mine owned by the large Bharat Coking Coal Ltd. This mine operates 24hrs a day and it provides electriicty - along with other mines in the area - to some of the biggest cities in India. The country is developing at rapid pace and is very likely to play a dominant role in an upcoming global economy. India's biggest problem however is a population out of control, lack of rural development, pollution and a huge lower class without any rights or education. India's success and current economy is fueled by these hard working and extremely poor people that have no future prospects ahead of them. (image by Poul Madsen)
Men on their way to work in a local mine owned by the large Bharat Coking Coal Ltd. This mine operates 24hrs a day and it provides electriicty - along with other mines in the area - to some of the biggest cities in India. The country is developing at rapid pace and is very likely to play a dominant role in an upcoming global economy. India's biggest problem however is a population out of control, lack of rural development, pollution and a huge lower class without any rights or education. India's success and current economy is fueled by these hard working and extremely poor people that have no future prospects ahead of them.
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