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- Indian-origin scientists and engineers in the U.S. grew 85% between 2003 and 2013.
- There are 950,000 scientists and engineers of Indian origin in 2013, which suggest that India’s rise far outstrips that of the Philippines and China.
- This rapid rise in the number of expatriate Indian technologists comes in the decade when India has launched a plethora of schemes to attract highly-qualified scientists back to India.
- According to UN, Indians make up the largest diaspora in the world, with 16 million of them scattered across the world.