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Jun 23, 2017
The Promised Land: Migration from Kerala shows a steady declineThe latest migration survey shows that emigration from the state to West Asia has reached the inflexion point in 2016. The decreasing trend had started in 2011 with many of the traditional centres of emigration experiencing a decline.
Jun 20, 2017
The Promised Land: It's a hard life for children, parents of Kerala's migrant workersMigration may have benefited Kerala but it has made life miserable for the members of their families left behind by the migrants.
Jun 19, 2017
The Promised Land: Tribulations of Kerala's Pakistani citizensMigration has raised the social and economic status of millions of Keralites. But the few hundred Keralites, who had migrated to Pakistan before and after Partition, have been alienated by their homeland.
Jun 16, 2017
The Promised Land: The loneliness of the 'Gulf wives' in KeralaIn 2011, 1.01 million women, whose husbands were working in the Gulf, were living in Kerala, according to a study. They constitute nearly 13 percent of the married women in Kerala.
Jun 15, 2017
The Promised Land: Kerala's reverse exodusThe survey conducted by S Irudayarajan and KC Zachariah of the Centre Development Studies (CDS) revealed a steady rise in the reverse flow from 1990s, when the impact of the global economic recession was felt by businesses in the Gulf.
Jun 12, 2017
The Promised Land: Opportunity, discovery and how Kerala embraced migrationThe migrant workers of Kerala contribute to two-third of the State Domestic Product - directly and indirectly. While migration is considered as one of the most productive industries, it is the stories of the families that get overlooked in the telling of Kerala's economic progress. In this multi-part series, Firstpost looks at these migrant populations and its socio-economic impact.