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Hyderabad is a very cosmopolitan city. The number of foreigners in the city, working or studying, has grown considerably in the recent past. Last month we read about the expatriates in the city, their impressions about Hyderabad, what they feel about the working culture here, and their reactions to this new lifestyle. Read on further to know more about the expatriates, who have become one amongst us.

Read the First Part

 

Rewind to year 2000, think of Hyderabad and Expatriates? It was something unthinkable, something that didn’t gel, then. Switchover to year 2007, Hyderabad is teeming with a decent number of expatriates from different parts of the world. The makeover is certainly astonishing to say the least.

Speak; read and write are three sides of the same mask. All the three require the work of the Mind. And when it comes to the mind's control over a language, one is asked the question - "Can you speak, read and write in English." All the three will survive as long as mankind survives. For that matter any language. And now you know why the three go hand in hand.
Money, money, money...a five letter word, a common word and most importantly a popular word. It is a word, which is regarded as the major driving force behind the growing materialist or consumerist culture in the world. A simple and innocent looking paper wad, which is basically harmless in look, but strangely possesses the power of captivating even the diehard hands-off-money attitude individual. It has the devil in it to turn the sanest person into an insane one, altering the composed mental equipoise. Even a modern day Ramakrishna Paramahamsa would get swapped by and become a victim to its charm and get sucked into its web.

Welcome to Hyderabad. A mini India in fact. You will find people of all religions - in good numbers, and all languages - in even greater numbers. In fact one visit to this state capital, and you will surely start wondering as to what is the mother tongue of this State.

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