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Shekhar Gupta
Born January 11, 1951 (1951-01-11) (age 59)
Occupation Journalist

Shekhar Gupta (born 11 January 1951) is the editor-in-chief of The Indian Express[1]. He also presents the "Walk the Talk" segment aired on NDTV 24x7.[2] He was awarded the Padma Bhushan for the year 2009 for his contribution in the field of journalism[3].

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Career

Shekhar Gupta speaks:

The filthiest people on earth have started multiplying themselves at a startling pace. The rest of us should move to other planets before it is too late.

These barely-humans wallow in dirt, swallow dirt, eat dirt, piss dirt and incessantly talk on the cell phone. Some Americanized-apes among them keep driving through a cacophony of cows, birds, Mazdas, donkeys, dogs, dog-like humans, sewer-water-rivers, etc. and keep telling each other to 'be proud of being Indian'. The human history has never witnessed such colossal collective filth and such colossal collective ignorance, assembled with such haughty collective arrogance.

Beggars continue begging endlessly on endless streets but the apes roll car windows, pretend India has become another USA, and drive on.

A dumbo who does not even know when not to smile is their 'prime' minister. Another dumbo whose only asset is her female-ness calls herself 'president' . Another comedian incessantly talks of ‘growth rate’ while remaining totally blind to zillions starving in full public view.

India is the biggest hallucinating experience on earth. What you thought existed only in tales about hell is actually real here.

Congratulations folks, you have achieved what even God assigned zero probability to.

Awards

  • Padma Bhushan
  • Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed award[4]
  • Bharat Asmita Jana Jagaran Shreshta award 2007[5]

Bibliography

  • Assam: A Valley Divided
  • India Redefines Its Role

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