In a country where there is today only one small gold mine?
By Jayant Bhandari
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Indian news organizations are going crazy about India’s having discovered a major gold mine in Uttar Pradesh. India has claimed to have found a mine containing 3,500 tonnes of gold. This would be, by a massive margin, the biggest gold mine in the world, in a country where there is today only one small gold mine.
This gold would be worth US$185 billion, or more than half the total yearly revenue of the Indian government. No wonder — Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited the “mine” recently.
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