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Mother India Children Abroad

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Author: Vidya Sagar

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ISBN: UOM:39015013523074

Category: East Indians

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Contributed articles.

Producing the Domestic Abroad

To take another example , the metaphor that has most commonly been used to
describe the relationship between “ India ” and “ Indians abroad ” is that of a
mother and her children . " While the “ Mother ” ( Bharat Mata ) was imagined in
the ...

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Author: Latha Varadarajan

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ISBN: MINN:31951P00786446K

Category: East Indian diaspora

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Modi and the Reinvention of Indian Foreign Policy

Varadarajan, L. (2015) 'Mother India and her children abroad: the role of
diaspora in India's foreign policy', in D. Malone, C. R. Mohan and S. Raghavan (
eds) The Oxford Handbook of Indian Foreign Policy, Oxford: Oxford University
Press, ...

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Author: Hall, Ian

Publisher: Bristol University Press

ISBN: 9781529204605

Category: Political Science

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Narendra Modi’s energetic personal diplomacy and promise to make India a ‘leading power’, made soon after his landslide election victory in May 2014, surprised many analysts. Most had predicted that his government would concentrate on domestic issues, on the growth and development demanded by Indian voters, and that he lacked necessary experience in international relations. Instead, Modi’s time in office saw a concerted attempt to reinvent Indian foreign policy by replacing inherited understandings of its place in the world with one drawn largely from Hindu nationalist ideology. This book explores the drivers of this reinvention, arguing it arose from a combination of elite conviction and electoral calculation, and the impact it had on India’s international relations under Modi.

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Mother India , children abroad : research journal of the Antar - Rashtriya Sahayog
Parishad . New Delhi : Antar - Rashtriya ... Title : Mother India - children abroad .
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A union list of serials commencing publication after Dec. 31, 1949.

Man in India

New Delhi : Indian Council for International Co - operation . Chandrashekharan ,
S. ( 2002 ) . Mother India Children Abroad : Australia and New Zealand . Antar
Rashtriya Sahyoga Parisad . New Delhi : Indian Council for International ...

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ISBN: NWU:35556038945176

Category: Anthropology

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Proceedings

The Indian group in Surinam is not a segmented one and has contributed a lot in
its economic advancement . They are well integrated in ... 223 - 4 ; Mitrasing , F .
E . F . , " The Indians " , Mother India Children Abroad , Vol . V , Jan . 1991 , pp .

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Author: Indian History Congress

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ISBN: UVA:X030364739

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Trends in Indo African Relations

In Mauritius one can see the mother - country strongly embracing its separated
offspring and making a variety of ... of Sri Baleshwar Agrawal has been
publishing " Mother India , Children Abroad " with special issues focussing on
different ...

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Author: Ajay Kumar Dubey

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105131314564

Category: Africa

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[Papers presented at the International Seminar on Emerging Trends in Indo-African Relations, held at New Delhi during 19-20 November 2004.]

Accessions List South Asia

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Author: Library of Congress. Library of Congress Office, New Delhi

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ISBN: UIUC:30112031692590

Category: South Asia

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Records publications acquired from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, by the U.S. Library of Congress Offices in New Delhi, India, and Karachi, Pakistan.

OUR WORK AT HOME AND ABROAD

Sacking to be fitted for the boys ' beds , Indian boy was all he had to show for his
sheets to be mended , and all such little odd ... the waggon road between Yale
mother another , with her child shyly leaning and Lytton running by the front door
.

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Author: Various

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South Asian Diaspora in North America

Paralikar , Kalpana R . " Women in Migration : Development Issues from an
Indian Perspective . " Asian Migrant 4 ( 2 ) , April 1 , 1991 : 61 . Sagar , Vidya and
Puri , Manohar , ed . Mother India Children Abroad . New Delhi : International ...

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Author: Pramod Kumar Mishra

Publisher: Spotlight Poets

ISBN: UOM:39015051924887

Category: Asian Americans

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Foreign Policy and Resolutions

MOTHER INDIA ' S CHILDREN ABROAD A more meaningful support to Indians
living abroad whenever their basic human rights are violated is expected from the
BJP by the people in India and outside , so that Uganda and Fiji experiences ...

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Author: Bharatiya Janata Party

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ISBN: UOM:39015038034057

Category: India

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The Church at Home and Abroad

27 and greatest effort is the Christian education of would do what the mission
school is designed to the children . When the ... In literary and manual training the
among them worthy of the name except the mis - rapidity with which the Indian
youth are advancsion schools . The mission ... There the mother had come to stay
.

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Author: Henry Addison Nelson

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ISBN: UOM:39015068263055

Category: Presbyterian Church

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Indian Diaspora

... integration in defining the solidarity of the community . ” Indian Labour
Migration . Eds . U . Bissoondoyal and S . B . C . Servansingh . Moka : M . G . I .
1991 . “ Ramayan in Surinam . ” Focus on Suriname , Mother - India Children
Abroad Vol .

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Author: Rekha Sharma

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ISBN: UOM:39015059120454

Category: East Indian diaspora

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Labor Developments Abroad

550 leva leva leva Mothers living alone and not working but having dependent
children are entitled to a special allowance for children . ... Most workers in India
are engaged in agriculture or in household industries , trade , and services .

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Author: United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924054069327

Category: Labor

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Diaspora

Il India Abroad : Migrations , Nationalisms , and the Postcolonial State The tense
relationship between the postcolonial ... Mother India " for not fulfilling her duties
toward her " children abroad ” in the immediate aftermath of independence .

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ISBN: UCSC:32106020075542

Category: Cultural pluralism

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The Maha Bodhi

Shanti Bhadra Thera To the renaissance of Buddhism in India , MOTHER INDIA'S
CHILDREN ABROAD . his contribution is very considerable , invaluable
Published by the Vivekananda Kendra and noteworthy . He has made many
valuable ...

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Socio economic Profile of Sri Lankan Repatriates in Kotagiri

Roberts , M . W . , “ Indian Estate Labour in Ceylon During the Coffee Period ,
1830 - 1880 " , Part I , Indian Economic and Social ... Vedavalli , L . , “
Rehabilitation of Sri Lankan Repatriates " , Mother India Children Abroad , ( New
Delhi ) , Vol .

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Author: L. Vedavalli

Publisher: South Asia Books

ISBN: UOM:39015032354253

Category: Kotagiri (India)

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Study relates to Kotagiri, Nilgiri District, Tamil Nadu.

The Church at Home and Abroad

We admire a mother who , with a large family to care for , can send out her
sympathies and love to other children and do ... THE CHURCH AT HOME AND
ABROAD , Success may be more encouraging among the writes , “ Our India
missions ...

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Indian Diaspora

... their approach to contemporary values . Meera , on the other hand , a young
mother who had 2 children working abroad , contradicts the idea of the traditional
Indian mother . Her open - mindedness differed markedly from Paula ' s mother .

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Author: Anand Singh

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ISBN: 8185264449

Category: East Indian diaspora

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Ever since the advent of the term globalization in the early 1990s, the movement of people across international boundaries spawned new concepts that forced new trends and paradigms into social sciences and humanities research. Since globalization is now deemed as the major ideological force that is reshaping international relationships, community relations and the individual s place in them, a plethora of new keywords have emerged. Concepts such as trans-national families , knowledge workers , renegotiation of identities , hybridity of cultural identities , balkanization of states, among a range of others, accompanied globalization not only as a concept but as complementary armoury to support its value as an ideological tool of twenty-first century capitalism. As people integrate into new host societies and renegotiate their identities in foreign environments, cultural relativism and acculturation have reemerged as analytical tools to understand recent processes of increasing flows of people across international boundaries. While people s trans-national movements are creating ever more complex relationships, they continue to regroup and converge towards others who share their same geographical, physical and religious characteristics, recreating the bounded cultures in which conventional structural-functional analyses placed them. In this sense it calls for more research and for newer conceptualizations on how migrant groups relocate, integrate and renegotiate their identities in new host environments. This Special Issue Edition of The Anthropologist s collection of papers is one such representation by people of Indian origin who now find themselves in various socio-political settings in different parts of the world. They cover issues that are of contemporary ethnographic and theoretical relevance not only to people of the Indian Diaspora but also to the wider discourses that have acquired currency in literature around trans-nationalism, increasing professional migration to the developed countries and the resultant new adventurism, identity maintenance in processes of relocation and romanticized depictions of the imagined and distant homeland, to analysis of diasporic communities.