With early deadlines, nightlife in India is a turnoff for the expat set. Could a low 'cool quotient' drive away global talent from our leading cities? Democracy, diversity and a growing economy, emerging India has all it takes to attract talent from across the world. The corporate offices are plush, the work atmosphere is international, and a stint here adds weight to the expat CV. The big turnoff, however, is the low 'cool quotient' (CQ) of our metros, thanks to a notso-cool post-work social life.

Expats who come to India looking for something new about the work life or the culture also want to look for something familiar, as Willem Verhaagen, CFO, Randstad Indiapoints out.

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