Boman Kohinoor (3rd L), the 91-year-old co-owner of the Britannia and Co. restaurant, waits for customers in Mumbai September 19, 2013. The aroma of frying onions from the Britannia and Co. restaurant... more 
Boman Kohinoor (3rd L), the 91-year-old co-owner of the Britannia and Co. restaurant, waits for customers in Mumbai September 19, 2013. The aroma of frying onions from the Britannia and Co. restaurant might not penetrate the office of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan a block away, but like the eatery's customers, he can't escape the soaring price of the pungent vegetable. The price of onions has added to Rajan's already full plate as the new RBI head wrestles over how to help stabilise the rupee currency and tackle inflation without further dampening economic growth. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS) less 
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Thu, Sep 19, 2013 7:32 AM EDT