Jain Irrigation is the benefactor of Indian monsoon failure

The vast majority of Indian agriculture depends on the capricious monsoons. Unfortunately, these annual rains have failed to deliver in recent years – bringing 25% less than average this past year – and have plunged the country into a severe drought that among other things is threatening the country...

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