Migrant workers flock to Mumbai

Thousands of people travel to India's financial hub every year, hoping to find work.

    Hundreds of thousands of migrant workers flock to India's biggest and richest city, Mumbai, every year.

    They come from all over the country to find stable work, but many remain on the street for years.

    Casey Kauffman followed one man seeking a living in the city, beginning with his two-day train ride to his first day looking for work.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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