November 4, 2012

How India Sees the U.S. Election

Sridhar Krishnaswami, The Diplomat

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India has always been interested in American elections. As a matter of fact there has always been an abiding interest in anything that takes place in America, good or bad. And it is not just from a cynical point of view. Few realize that there are close to 3 million people of Indian origin in the United States. Many of them have taken America as their adopted land and settled for good; and many others hoping for permanent residency first obtain American passports.

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