India's hidden climate change catastrophe - Climate Change, Environment - The Independent: "Naryamaswamy Naik went to the cupboard and took out a tin of pesticide. Then he stood before his wife and children and drank it. 'I don't know how much he had borrowed. I asked him, but he wouldn't say,' Sugali Nagamma said, her tiny grandson playing at her feet. 'I'd tell him: don't worry, we can sell the salt from our table.'
Ms Nagamma, 41, showed us a picture of her husband – good-looking with an Elvis-style hairdo – on the day they married a quarter of a century ago. 'He'd been unhappy for a month, but that day he was in a heavy depression. I tried to take the tin away from him but I couldn't. He died in front of us. The head of the family died in front of his wife and children – can you imagine?'"