Why gas prices are surging again

In a country where the price of gas is a big deal, the price has spiked again, this time to Rs 8.50 a unit.

Natural gas is one of the most popular energy products and has been used in a range of industries from electricity generation to transportation to manufacturing.

It has a proven track record, as it is cheap to extract and produces less greenhouse gases than coal, petroleum and natural gas.

The government has announced that it will be buying a third of the Indian gas supply from Russia, the world’s biggest producer, to ensure the country meets its 2020 target of making gas supply cheaper.

But that price rise could hurt the country’s already fragile economy.

There are about 2.4 million people who are unemployed in India, according to a World Bank report.

The country has been in a recession for more than six years.

India has the highest unemployment rate in the world, at 10%.

The Indian economy is expected to grow at 7.7% in 2020, according the IMF, but economists are forecasting that growth could fall to 5% by 2030 and 1% by 2035.

India has an estimated 8 million people unemployed in agriculture, according a government report.

India’s population is projected to grow by about 20 million people in 2020 and 6 million people by 2030.

India imports about 40% of its food, and about 80% of the country has no electricity.

Even though India has a growing economy, it has the world second-highest rate of food insecurity among advanced countries.

As a result, it faces a growing shortage of fresh food.

On Tuesday, India’s top government official said India needs to import 3 million tonnes of fresh vegetables every day to meet the countrys 2030 food demand.

But the government is trying to convince consumers to buy cheaper food to keep up with the demand for energy.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a speech on Tuesday that India needs the world to help us.

But I want you to know that if we do not have help, we will be losing the global competitiveness of India.

Inflation in India has been rising steadily, to 2.7%, according to data from the Bureau of Statistics.

But it has been decreasing steadily over the past two years, to around 0.8% in April.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra J. Modi, left, meets with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on Jan. 11, 2021.

At the same time, the country is getting ready to import nearly 2 million tonnes more natural gas annually from Russia.

But a Russian gas pipeline that is part of a $3.5 trillion natural gas deal between Russia and India was announced in February and is due to start delivering gas by the end of 2021.