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Shashi Tharoor clarifies selfie with women MPs after drawing criticism for his tweet | Oneindia News

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Shashi Tharoor clarifies selfie with women MPs after drawing criticism for his tweet | Oneindia News

Shashi Tharoor clarifies selfie with women MPs after drawing criticism for his tweet | Oneindia News

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor stirred controversy when he posted a picture with six women Members of Parliament.

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Shashi Tharoor has once again grabbed the netizens attention, this time not because of his vocabulary or political opinion but because of his chat with Supriya Sule while Farooq Abdullah was giving his speech in the Parliament. Short video of Shashi Tharoor leaning over his designated chair to talk to Supriya Sule during Farooq Abdullah's speech is going viral on social media. #ShashiTharoorChatsWithSupriyaSule #ShashiTharoorSupriyaSule #ViralVideo

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