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Civility rare virtue in Indian politics, says injured Shashi Tharoor after Nirmala Sitharaman visits him in Kerala hospital

Firstpost Tuesday, 16 April 2019 ()
Shashi Tharoor, the Thiruvananthapuram MP and party candidate in the 23 April Lok Sabha polls, was injured when the hook of a weighing scale came off and its iron panel hit his head during the "Thulabharam" ritual
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