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India, where everything is too big and strange


The country is moving. It is not waiting. Far from the cities reconstruction is moving forward rapidly. But, after the Tsunami, now what’s coming is a wave of business at any cost. South of Pondichéry, among the villages that were most seriously hit, there is no smell of death: the rebuilding in these villages is releasing an energy that would make Old Europe envious. Everyone is working for everyone, not because they have to, but because it’s logical to do.

The country is moving. It is not waiting. Far from the cities reconstruction is moving forward rapidly. But, after the Tsunami, now what’s coming is a wave of business at any cost. South of Pondichéry, among the villages that were most seriously hit, there is no smell of death: the rebuilding in these villages is releasing an energy that would make Old Europe envious. Everyone is working for everyone, not because they have to, but because it’s logical to do.

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