From Indian housewives to gig economy chefs


Rashmi Sahijwala, part of an army of housewives turning their homes into 'cloud kitchens' to feed time-starved millennials, preparing a dish in her kitchen in Mumbai. – AFP pic, January 23, 2020.

RASHMI Sahijwala never expected to start working at the age of 59, let alone join India’s gig economy – now, she is part of an army of housewives turning their homes into “cloud kitchens” to feed time-starved millennials.

Asia’s third-largest economy is battling a slowdown so sharp it is creating a drag on global growth, the International Monetary Fund said Monday, but there are some bright spots.


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