Shashi Tharoor is an Indian diplomat and writer who has been known mostly for his having worked as an Indian diplomat at the United Nations. In 2006, he was the official candidate of India for the office of United Nations Secretary-General, and came second out of seven official candidates in the race. Tharoor served as the UN Under-Secretary General for Communications and Public Information between June 2002 and February 2007, during the term of Secretary-General Kofi Annan. He is an author, journalist, and fellow of the USC Center on Public Diplomacy. Tharoor is an Indian national, from the state of Kerala. Tharoor studied at Montfort School in Yercaud and Campion School in Mumbai, attended High School at St. Xavier�s Collegiate School in Kolkata and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from St. Stephen�s College, Delhi where he stood first in the University,
This is crazy:I walked into @FairmontHotels in Jaipur, &found my Oxford speech playing on the TV! Who'll believe I've made better speeches?
Posted 2:50 hr ago
As migrants flood Europe, the rich Arab countries aren't doing ebough for their co-religionists, says @ishaantharoor: http://t.co/ILXCmJkXfQ
Posted 3:50 hr ago
. @ibnlive he needs to address teachers for Teachers' Day: recognize them, honour them, reward them &inspire them. They shape India
Posted 5:35 hr ago
Europe's attitude to its Muslim migrants is startlingly reminiscent of the Jews in the 1930s, says @ishaantharoor : https://t.co/fHbKOgFS6V
Posted 7:0 hr ago
Which young politician has the potential to become India\'s next PM?