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Varma, U. K., & Sasikumar, S. K. (2005). External migration and remittances : trends, policies, impact and development potential. the case of india. In C. Mackenzie & I. O. for Migration. (Eds.), Labour migration in Asia : protection of migrant workers, support services and enhancing development benefits (pp. 309–358). Geneva: International Organization for Migration.   
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Varrel, A. (2009). "back to bangalore" : le retour, une étape de la circulation des migrants indiens les plus qualifiés. In G. Cortes & L. Faret (Eds.), Les circulations transnationales : lire les turbulences migratoires contemporaines (pp. 199–209). Paris: Armand Colin.   
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Venier, P. (2010). Les gulf pockets de kerala : des territoires marqués par l'émigration internationale. Purusartha, 28, 241–266.   
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Weil, S. (Ed.). Roots and routes : ethnicity and migration in global perspective. Jerusalem: Magness Press ; Hebrew University.   
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Wright, T. P. (1979). Muslim mobility in india through peripheral occupation : music, sports, cinema, smuggling. In Asie du Sud : traditions et changements. Sèvres, 8-13 juillet 1978 (pp. 271–278). Paris: Editions du CNRS.   
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Zeghiche, S. (2011). Lorsque l'"occident" se tourne vers l'inde : analyse de discours de la presse québécoise sur la gestion de la diversité culturelle et religieuse en inde. Diversité urbaine, 10(2), 7–28.   
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