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Work permits for Bangladesh
Published on : Friday, December 03, 2010
India has concerns about migration from Bangladesh, spliced with security considerations. However, these categories of people are neither security hazards, nor potential migrants. Apart from political resistance, what would be wrong with institutionalizing a legal system of work permits? It encourages high-end migration from Bangladesh, a rare phenomenon today. High-end migration will correct the perception one has of Bangladeshi migrants. Work permits are legal too, writes Bibek debroy in The Indian Express.
Political crisis: Need to snap out of denial
Published on : Monday, August 09, 2010
India shows inability to take advantage of the propitious political circumstances in Bangladesh. The Government is unable to inspire confidence and curb corruption and wastage of resources. The Prime minister can't deliver on any of his serious promises. There is no possibility of a liberal India. Politics is about evasion of responsibility, writes Pratap Bhanu Mehta in The Indian Express.
Unwelcome immigrants return home to fuel the economies
Published on : Saturday, February 28, 2009
Kauffman Foundation released a report by a team led by Vivek Wadhwa on immigration, which shows how much the world has changed. While anti-immigrant groups in the US increase their xenophobic tirades against foreigners, tens of thousands of skilled workers are returning home to countries like India and China and fueling economic growth there, reports US-India Friendship Network.


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