When is the last time you had a drink in India?

India’s mining sector is growing at a record rate and is expected to be worth $7.5 trillion by 2020.

The Indian government has made it mandatory to purchase foreign and domestic equipment for mining projects in the country, including coal.

Here’s a look at some of the things you might need to know about the mining industry in India.

What is mining?

Mining is an activity that involves extracting precious minerals from the earth and using them to make tools and products.

Mining is considered one of the most important sectors in India, accounting for around 30 percent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).

The industry employs over 8 million people and employs around 50 percent of all the workforce in India’s mines.

India is currently the world’s second-largest exporter of minerals, with nearly $1 trillion worth of minerals imported into the country each year.

The country also has the third-largest copper mine in the world.

The mining industry is also inextricably linked to the food, drink and manufacturing sectors, with the country boasting over 300 food and beverage products, including beverages, tea and beer, that are made from the minerals mined.

The mining industry’s primary job is to extract and refine minerals from ore deposits and use them to produce tools and other products.

The industry produces nearly 90 percent of India’s total mined minerals.

India’s minerals sector employs around 2.5 million people, including 1.5 percent of mining industry employees.

The world’s largest copper mining project, the Anil Jindal copper mine, was completed in 2014 and is estimated to produce about 1.7 billion metric tons of copper a year.

India is also the largest copper producer in Africa, according to a recent report from the World Resources Institute.

India’s copper mining sector also employs around 800,000 people, according a 2014 report from McKinsey Global Institute.

India also is the second-most productive copper-producing country in the globe.