India is known for its strong IT sector, which makes up more than 7 percent of the country's growth, but has slipped into crisis recently, increasing stress on employees.For some, the pressure has been too much.
Acute water shortage in Bengaluru, nicknamed the Silicon Valley of India, has prompted warnings it would be the next major global city to potentially run out of water. Conservationist Vishwanath Srikantaiah disagrees.
For many gay men in India, a law criminalizing homosexuality has a chilling impact on their lives. They remain vulnerable to blackmail, extortion and sexual assault. Many also live in fear of being outed.
The Trump administration's protectionist measures have unsettled the plans of many Indian IT professionals, who previously aimed at working in the US due to the prospect of higher income and elevated social status.
To help overburdened students cope with stress, government schools across Delhi have added a new subject to their schedules — happiness. There are no tests, no marks and no homework. Sonia Phalnikar reports.
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