In India, restaurant is staffed by convicted criminals

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Prisons are notorious for being money sinkholes — they cost millions to run but inmates aren't often given the opportunity to contribute anything to the economy. We recently saw Gaolhouse Denim provide a way for inmates to learn tailoring skills by producing jeans to be sold to the public. Now the Tihar Food Court is a vegetarian cafeteria in New Delhi where the food is made and served by criminals, including murderers, as part of a rehabilitation effort. Opened in July, the venue forms the basis of an experimental scheme that aims to provide inmates with the experience of work…

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