In the midst of the heat wave, India is going to the limit of its ability to keep its food supply fresh and the country will be unable to keep up with the demand for its produce.
Indias biggest food exporter, Sunil Mittal, said that the food shortages will force consumers to pay more for their goods.
India has a food crisis as it struggles with an acute food crisis, and there is not enough food in the country to meet the demand.
The Indian government is planning to make it more difficult for farmers to produce food as soon as possible.
It is planning on raising the price of food from the current Rs 2.70 to Rs 3 per kg in 2017.
The Food and Agriculture Ministry has issued a circular to all states and territories, asking them to increase the price by 5 percent to 8 percent for the first three months of 2017, with the remaining increases to follow.
The ministry is also going to set up a central database of all food production in the Indian states to provide information on the production, distribution and consumption of all crops and crops.
India is not only facing food shortages, it is also facing a crisis of water.
The government has started releasing water supplies to farmers but has also started releasing the water that farmers need for irrigation, which has led to a shortage of water for many farmers.
Farmers have started taking water from private wells and using it to irrigate their fields.
The shortage has resulted in many of the farmers going to water bottling stations.
This has led the water supply to drop drastically in some areas.
In the past, the farmers have been allowed to refill their water tanks with tap water when they had excess water.
Now, the government has imposed strict rules, limiting the amount of tap water that can be refilled at any time.
The situation is so bad that farmers have resorted to drinking the tap water and using that water to irrigates their fields in the hope of replenishing their water supply.
India is now in the situation where it is trying to figure out how to manage this problem, as it is a huge water importer.
The country is already struggling with water scarcity, but there is no solution yet.
India’s agricultural sector is also in a state of acute water scarcity.
India needs at least 2.5 billion cubic metres of water to produce all its food crops.