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First Floor, Pant Properties, Plot No. 2 & 3, A-1 Block, Budh Bazar Rd, Gandhi Chowk, Mohan Garden, Uttam Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110059 110059 Delhi IN
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First Floor, Pant Properties, Plot No. 2 & 3, A-1 Block, Budh Bazar Rd, Gandhi Chowk, Mohan Garden, Uttam Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110059 Delhi, IN
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9789386050953 6422809857ec868323158076 The Exodus is Not Over: Migrations from the Ruptured Homelands of Northeast India https://www.bookishsanta.com/s/63fe03d26a1181c480898883/6422809a57ec86832315809f/book-speaking-tiger-18178203418790.jpg Economic deprivation, insurgencies and deadly ethnic clashes have driven thousands of impoverished men and women from the North-eastern region of India to seek a better life in the towns and cities of mainland India and further abroad. Some find themselves working amidst the unimaginable opulence of five-star hotels, casinos and cruises. However, for many, their jobs in Delhi, Bengaluru, Goa and other metro poles make them targets of racism, sexual harassment and class exploitation. In response, communities of migrants discover ways of reproducing their cultures in alien soil, to act as oases in a hostile environment. And in doing so, they build bridges between communities wemain unfulfilled while he tries to earn his livelihood; an ambitious waiter now proudly in charge of his own restaurant in Goa and many more. They tell their own stories of resilience in the face of exploitation and discrimination for the first time in such intimate and harrowing detail. Nandita Haksar 9789386050953
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Economic deprivation, insurgencies and deadly ethnic clashes have driven thousands of impoverished men and women from the North-eastern region of India to seek a better life in the towns and cities of mainland India and further abroad. Some find themselves working amidst the unimaginable opulence of five-star hotels, casinos and cruises. However, for many, their jobs in Delhi, Bengaluru, Goa and other metro poles make them targets of racism, sexual harassment and class exploitation. In response, communities of migrants discover ways of reproducing their cultures in alien soil, to act as oases in a hostile environment. And in doing so, they build bridges between communities wemain unfulfilled while he tries to earn his livelihood; an ambitious waiter now proudly in charge of his own restaurant in Goa and many more. They tell their own stories of resilience in the face of exploitation and discrimination for the first time in such intimate and harrowing detail. Nandita Haksar
Author Nandita Haksar
Language English
Publisher Speaking Tiger
Pages 280
Binding Paperback