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Must learn to be less thin-skinned: Shashi Tharoor on India lodging protest over Singapore PM's remarks

IndiaTimes Friday, 18 February 2022
Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Friday said it was most unseemly for the Ministry of External Affairs to "summon" the envoy of a friendly country like Singapore over remarks by their prime minister to their own Parliament, and asserted that "we must learn to be less thin-skinned".
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