The Inglorious Empire: What the British did to India

Former UN under-Secretary General and politician, Dr Shashi Tharoor discusses his international bestseller ‘The Inglorious Empire: What the British did to India. Shashi is In conversation with BBC journalist and broadcaster Kavita Puri,

Dr Shashi Tharoor

Subtitled ‘What the British Did to India’ the book Inglorious Empire has rocketed to become an International bestseller. It’s author, is the diplomat, politician and commentator Dr. Shashi Tharoor who joined the UKPHA bookclub in conversation with BBC journalist and broadcaster Kavita Puri to present his reassessment of British colonialism and the devastating consequences India sustained from British's rule over its economy.
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