Rajesh Jain posts a synopsis of an Amy Waldman New York Times article, on how many technical people are returning to India. This adds a parallel set of pressures for the local culture to adapt, just as it did when global jobs came in to the region... the combined pressures can increase polarization with those who do not wish things to change as rapidly. Striking quote: "In America, citizens have reluctantly let government into their lives," he said. "Here government is reluctantly letting citizens in." As part of what he calls the "lucky generation" that has been able to succeed abroad, he said, "If we don't come back and say there is an alternative, who is going to do it?" He and other returnees believe that India remains too reliant on personal relationships, decisions and whims, and they have resolved to build American-style systems.