Malaysia frets about its missing Indians

Malaysia frets about its missing Indians

Kuala Lumpur : Malaysia | Jan 12, 2010 at 11:55 AM PST
Source: Hindustan times
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On his maiden visit to India next week, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, 56, wants to discuss the mystery of Indians who go missing from his country. According to Razak, Malaysian government records indicate that more than 39,000 people arrived from India and did not return. “Many Indians, particularly... FULL ARTICLE AT Hindustan times
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