Well, our big call centre boom may be in danger of fizzling out, as the infamously fickle Indians tire of it. Hopefully, the good news from it is that they're moving on to better opportunities. But meanwhile those businesses themselves are forced to outsource to other developing countries, thus propagating the trickledown economics elsewhere.
Note that the vast hinterland of unskilled Indians are being bypassed for foreign workers. They're doomed to be continually overlooked until India can get the blue collar revolution going. Otherwise they will continue to be marginalized and will continue to wail fruitlessly, and clamour for increasingly creative reservation arguments. Without a blue collar industrial boom, we're not going to penetrate their darkess or bring any light to it.