Indian rights groups say Khobragade case shows callousness toward domestic workers

by Rama Lakshmi

omara Velez, right, speaks to a group supporting domestic workers’ rights as they demonstrate across the street from the Indian Consulate General, Dec. 20, 2013, in New York. Photo:Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images

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