India is expected to witness a massive migration of its young workforce from fields to factories in the next decade. Failure to create low-end industrial jobs could result in social unrest, officials say.
April 13, 2011 Anil Basnet, 20, pushes a cart as he and a fellow worker pull coal out of the rathole tunnel 300 feet below the surface near a village in the northeast Indian state of Meghalaya. Production of raw materials such as coal, ores and cotton is struggling to keep up with India's rising demand. Daniel Berehulak/GETTY IMAGES Buy Photo