Shashi Tharoor was attending the Melbourne Writers Festivals 2017 in Australia where he was asked if India has not benefited from the intangible values of the British. The author and politician, categorically and with data, went on to demolish the claim.
Shashi Tharoor shared a video on his Facebook page on the occasion of Onam, which has since then gone viral. The clip has a group of nuns doing the traditional dance called Thiruvathirakali around a beautifully made pookalam or flower designs.
Describing why an apology would be good idea, Shashi Tharoor has cited the precedents set by Willy Brandt, the social democrat chancellor of Germany, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by tendering apologies to Poland and India, respectively.
After coming up with ‘webaqoof’ and ‘snollygoster’, the Thiruvananthapuram MP is back with another funny take, this time on Aadhar. The Home Ministry on August 4 made it mandatory to quote one’s Aadhaar number for registration of death starting from October 1.
Sunanda Pushkar death case: Justice Manmohan issued notice to Arnab Goswami and Republic TV after the Congress leader alleged that they continued to engage in “defaming and maligning” him despite an assurance given in the court on May 29 by their counsel.
“AIPC can be imagined as a feeder for the main party where we may discover bright articulate people who could be spokespeople, people from academics who could help us with research,” said Rahul Gandhi
Gandhi has his finger on the pulse of “some of the hot issues in the country. He was in Mandsaur during farmers’ revolt, he was first to identify the unrest on campuses typified by the Rohit Vemula tragedy, the Kanhaiya Kumar episode and the Ambedkar Periyar episode at IIT Madras,” the MP from Thiruvananthapuram said.
“Here is somebody who passed away back in 2014 and you (police) initially said it was a suicide but later it turned out to be a homicide,” the bench said.
The Congress MP also said that he would want to Jawaharlal Nehru’s The Discovery of India to PM Modi.
After “exasperating farrago of distortions, misrepresentations&outright lies being broadcast by an unprincipled showman masquerading as a journalst(sic)”, Shashi Tharoor has earned cult status on social media for catching people off-guard with English tuition on the Internet.
“I’ve been arguing for a presidential system of directly-elected leaders at all levels. That way the winner rules. This way “chatur” pols rule,” Shashi Tharoor said.
Have you seen your relatives excitedly forwarding WhatsApp messages and forwards that are just distorted facts and baseless theories, and rolled your eyes. Well, it seems Shashi Tharoor’s taken a word out of the Urban Dictionary that perfectly describes such people.
Sunanda Pushkar was found dead under mysterious circumstances in a suite of a five-star hotel in south Delhi here on the night of January 17, 2014
“No one in this country can be more anxious than me to see the conclusion of this issue. I will cooperate with authorities and not with obstreperous and publicity seeking attempts by others,” said Tharoor.
In a veiled dig at the trolls against AIB, Shashi Tharoor spilled sarcasm in his recent post by adding the dog filter to his picture. He wrote alongside: “Attn all trolls: I took the #DogFilter challenge! @AllIndiaBakchod.”