Sunday, 23 September, 2018

Topic: Shashi Tharoor

A file photo of Shashi Tharoor

Mohan Bhagwat still sees other faiths as inferior to his own: Shashi Tharoor

Has the RSS had a change of heart? No, says Shashi Tharoor

Why out-of-power Indian politicians are writing more and more books

As Kapil Sibal joins the list of writer-politicians, leaders such as Shashi Tharoor and Pavan Varma explain what it entails in a country like India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi | Manvender Vashist/PTI

‘Patriotic’ discourse in India, and Narendra Modi’s Twitter interests

A selection of the best news reports, analysis and opinions published by ThePrint this week.
File photo of Shashi Tharoor | S Sahani/The India Today Group/Getty Images

Let me set the record straight. I was in Geneva for Kerala: Shashi Tharoor

There is no shame in taking the help extended to us by friends. Earlier this week, on 20-21 August, I travelled to Geneva, Switzerland, where I held ...

Hindutva wants to turn India into Pakistan; Hinduism is about acceptance: Shashi Tharoor

Launching Versus - ThePrint's video series that will dissect the most contentious issues in the run-up to 2019.
Vijay Gokhale

Parliament panel report confirms ThePrint exclusive on China amassing troops near Doklam

Previous foreign secy Jaishankar confirmed report on heavy Chinese armoured presence near Doklam after the standoff ended.
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Modi govt’s proxy vote bill for NRIs will lead to misuse and fraud: Shashi Tharoor

The govt has succumbed to myopic political benefits in a bid to garner NRI votes by hastily passing a poorly drafted bill.

Inside India’s Rs 3,000-cr IAS coaching industry & the mysterious man seen with SP leaders

A selection of the best news reports, analysis and opinions published by ThePrint this week.
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4 years of Modi rule convinced me that we need presidential system: Shashi Tharoor

Never has the separation of powers between executive and legislative organs been more necessary than today.
Shashi Tharoor

In Sunanda Pushkar case, court grants Tharoor permission to travel abroad

Tharoor had sought permission for eight visits to five countries, including the US, Canada and Germany, till December.

This is what cheaper and better looking electric vehicles can do for you

Charging will last for months in electric vehicles, it's cleaner and convenient to use and also reduces air and noise pollution.

Christian priests accused of rape: Isolated events or eroding credibility of Indian church?

While allegations against Bishop Franco Mulakkal are under investigation, there is pressure on Bishops' Council to initiate a full-fledged probe. Experts weigh in.