Here’s what young Indians really want from life

"India’s young population is its most valuable asset and most pressing challenge." Image: REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee

Suchi Kedia

Community Specialist, Regional Agenda - India and South Asia, World Economic Forum

Sriram Gutta

Head, India and Deputy Head, South Asia, World Economic Forum

Terri Chapman

Associate Fellow, Observer Research Foundation

Vidisha Mishra

Associate Fellow, Observer Research Foundation


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