The elephant, the tiger, and the cell phone: reflections on India, the emerging 21st-century power

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Arcade Pub., 2007 - Business & Economics - 498 pages
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Review: The Elephant, the Tiger, and the Cell Phone: Reflections on India - the Emerging 21st-Century Power

User Review  - Anshul Gupta - Goodreads

I started reading the book because of the personality of Shashi tharoor. The first essay was good where he compare the elephant, tiger and mentioned dragon. It was written in Orwellian style. However ... Read full review

Contents

Part One Ideas of Indianness 1 The Invention of India
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Creed and Credo
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The Politics of Identity
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