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Once known as an exotic land of snake charmers

Once known as an exotic land of snake charmers and inscrutable customs, today’s resurgent India is a magnet for talent with a promise of prosperity.

Not only is the world’s second fastest-growing economy (behind China) luring expatriates and nonresident Indians back to its fold, but it’s also attracting a new breed of foreign-born children of Indian immigrants ― a generation whose only connection to India has been through tales of their parents’, and often their frustration at a lack of opportunities in their home country.

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But dimmer economic prospects in the developed world have turned the flow of talent back towards India in a phenomenon that is as much a reflection of the country’s growing economic muscle as it is on waning opportunities elsewhere.

Migration experts believe this mass repatriation of well-educated individuals will boost India’s economic prospect both by injecting billions of dollars worth of foreign investments and by importing skills necessary for a wider global engagement. An estimated 300,000 ethnic Indians living abroad are expected to return to India between 2011 and 201515, according to a report by Kelly Services India, a recruitment consultancy.

“Anecdotal data and interviews with HR execs reveal that what was once a trickle has become a flood [with] more than 100,000 likely returning home every year,” said Vivek Wadhwa, a Stanford University fellow, Singularity University vice president and the author of The Immigrant Exodus: Why America Is Losing the Global Race to Capture Entrepreneurial Talent.

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