In this Aug. 25, 2012 photo, Dhiraj Dolwani, foreground right, CEO of B2R, exercises with employees at their center in Simayal, India. The three-year-old business is using the spread of

 

              In this Aug. 25, 2012 photo, Dhiraj Dolwani, foreground right, CEO of B2R, exercises with employees at their center in Simayal, India. The three-year-old business is using the spread of
In this Aug. 25, 2012 photo, Dhiraj Dolwani, foreground right, CEO of B2R, exercises with employees at their center in Simayal, India. The three-year-old business is using the spread of the Internet to transport India's outsourcing boom from metropolitan areas to this farming village in the Himalayan foothills. B2R and a handful of similar firms are trying to offer an alternative road map for Indian economic growth. With nearly 70 percent of the population - 833 million people - living in rural areas and its cities already overburdened, there is a limit to how quickly the nation can urbanize. (AP Photo/Saurabh Das)