Indian city rounds up beggars ahead of visit by Ivanka Trump


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Desperately difficult situation for all concerned. For a horrifying inside view of how this works, read Rohinton Mistry's 'A Fine Balance'.

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Why hide? US is not going to help India, anyway.

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More than 20 percent of India's 1.3 billion people live on less than 2 dollars a day.

90% don't use toilets.

Begging is a criminal offense in India and can be punished by as much as 10 years in prison

this is one in six of human beings. india may soon replace Japan as true worlds forth biggest economy. love capitalism.

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So the little fashion princess is coming to 'inspect' India too? Maybe she wants more cheap labor to make her expensive fashion clothes. After all, India has over 1 billion people like China does. And the local city  government has to keep it all, all the misery out of sight. Daddy's Girl must not be allowed to ever see how the 'underlings' and 'little people' live. This ain't helping India and it ain't helping America either. greed, exploitation - it all is so sickening!

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