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  • n. Plural form of Keralan.

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  • To many, this fact rightfully deserves critique: juxtaposed with Kerala's educated population and high health indicators many of which rival those of the US is strikingly low macroeconomic development. 25% of Kerala's income comes from Keralans working abroad in the Middle East, Europe, and North America, and sending money back home; clearly, Kerala lacks job opportunities for its graduates.

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  • The controversial survey asked Keralans whether they 'liked' Osama bin Laden enlarge

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  • Keralans working abroad sent home about $5 billion a year, boosting Kerala's economy by nearly 25 percent.

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  • On the other hand, it's precisely because they feel empowered to fight for their interests that Keralans have managed to win the highest standard of living in their vast, diverse country.

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  • Kerala's investments in its people have, perhaps ironically, made its people one of the state's most lucrative exports: About two million Keralans work in the Persian Gulf countries

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  • These were the poorer Keralans: we met many middle-class Keralans when we visited 'home stays', a type of accommodation similar to the Irish guest house, and they were always eager to chat about the Keralan way of life.

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  • This took us through the Backwaters and allowed us to absorb the superb lakeside scenery and the peaceful waters dappled with the dancing sun, and quietly observe the Keralans living along the banks as they went about their daily rituals, hard physical chores, preparing meals, looking after children and washing clothes without any modern conveniences.

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  • But there were differences between the resorts: the sun setting over the Arabian Sea at Mariki was a highlight; the bullock cart-ride at the Spice Village was another, bringing us through the mountains of the Tamil Nadu region and giving us an insight into the lives of ordinary Keralans as they toiled in the fields, collected firewood and worshipped in their temples.

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