Shashi Tharoor is a former diplomat and writer who is currently serving as a member of Parliament in India. Runner-up in the 2006 United Nations selection for secretary-general, his articles are available in outlets such as Time and Newsweek magazines, The Washington Post, and The Times of India. Highly prolific in both fiction and nonfiction, Tharoor is known for: “Inglorious Empire,” “Why I Am a Hindu,” “Nehru,” “The Elephant, The Tiger, and The Cell Phone,” “The Five Dollar Smile”, and “Riot.”
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