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This chapter takes as its object of analysis the city of Gurgaon, the largest hub of India’s call centers. Gurgaon is shown as an important urban variation that bears marks of the global age. It takes the functional logic of a modern city so far that it stops bearing resemblance to it. If global processes suggest a certain unhinging of social, economic and political relations from their local-territorial preconditions, this unraveling does not mean that the place has turned into a void. Just as cities located on the shores of oceans and rivers and other waterways developed a particular port-city...

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