n.— «The diasporic or long-distance Indian remains an enigma, most of all to herself. From Silicon Valley and Potels’ (Patel-run hotels) in the US, to the National Health Service and the retail grocery trade in the UK, Indian immigrants have changed the texture and idiom of their host societies.» —“Blood And Land” Times of India June 10, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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