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    -- I have a fixed date in mind by 31st Mar 2019, I will be back to India. That will be end of ten years freelancing in UK. Family is already back, well settled. Anyone else having same plan?

    I'd conversations few of my ex-colleagues and 95% of them want to return back to India at some stage.

    Money is tempting in new start-ups companies in Bengaluru

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    Quote Originally Posted by molsang View Post
    -- I have a fixed date in mind by 31st Mar 2019, I will be back to India. That will be end of ten years freelancing in UK. Family is already back, well settled. Anyone else having same plan?

    I'd conversations few of my ex-colleagues and 95% of them want to return back to India at some stage.

    Money is tempting in new start-ups companies in Bengaluru
    see ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by molsang View Post
    -- I have a fixed date in mind by 31st Mar 2019, I will be back to India. That will be end of ten years freelancing in UK. Family is already back, well settled. Anyone else having same plan?
    I have the same plan. Of going to see your wife in India.

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    Quote Originally Posted by molsang View Post
    -- I have a fixed date in mind by 31st Mar 2019, I will be back to India. That will be end of ten years freelancing in UK. Family is already back, well settled. Anyone else having same plan?

    I'd conversations few of my ex-colleagues and 95% of them want to return back to India at some stage.

    Money is tempting in new start-ups companies in Bengaluru
    You will be missed. i'm welling up at that thought of you going
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    Quote Originally Posted by molsang View Post
    -- I have a fixed date in mind by 31st Mar 2019, I will be back to India. That will be end of ten years freelancing in UK. Family is already back, well settled. Anyone else having same plan?

    I'd conversations few of my ex-colleagues and 95% of them want to return back to India at some stage.

    Money is tempting in new start-ups companies in Bengaluru
    Make sure you bleed the radiators before you go. Don't forget to let your accountant know, so he can sort out payment of your final tax bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by molsang View Post
    -- I have a fixed date in mind by 31st Mar 2019, I will be back to India. That will be end of ten years freelancing in UK. Family is already back, well settled. Anyone else having same plan?

    I'd conversations few of my ex-colleagues and 95% of them want to return back to India at some stage.

    Money is tempting in new start-ups companies in Bengaluru
    Good luck.

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    Esha Gupta: Has Instagram exposed everyday racism in India? - BBC News

    That changed after the actress decided to share a screengrab of a WhatsApp conversation in which a friend mocked the team's Nigerian star, Alex Iwobi, as a "gorilla" and "Neanderthal" who "evolution had stopped for"."Hahaha," wrote the actress, who helped Arsenal unveil its 2017 away kit, as she shared the screengrab with her 3.4m Instagram followers.
    The racist slurs - and the fact she thought it was funny - horrified many, and the backlash was unsurprisingly swift. How dare she call herself an Arsenal supporter, her fellow fans demanded.
    Gupta apologised quickly, but the post hints at a long-known - but little acknowledged - problem of racism towards people of African descent in Indian society.
    "If you didn't do anything that wasn't good for you it would be a very dull life. What are you gonna do? Everything that is pleasant in life is dangerous."

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    An immigrant myself. Used to call myself indian but not any more - rather, I am from one of india's own unwilling colonies.

    Britain gave me a safe place, opportunity, fairness, and hope for which I am grateful.
    My personal values align with the values of this country (or what I learnt of them as I did pass the citizenship test).

    The idea of the EU single market had appealed to me, so had voted remain.

    But now that it seems to be heading for some turbulent times, I feel a duty to stand by this country.
    Its just that the IT career has caused a lot of burnout. I wish I could afford to buy a small fully self-sustained farm with a hut somewhere away from cities.
    And I don't know what I should go 'back' to either. As such, I am sure Britain will emerge stronger and better, but, next few years are likely to be uncertain.

    (By safe, I do not mean I was an asylum seeker despite coming from a millitarised conflict area - I came here on a highly skilled visa and later naturalised. It has been a long journey)

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