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Got A Girl, Named Sue

And she knew just what to do. Sunanda’s eye-popping life-story.

Got A Girl,  Named Sue
Got A Girl, Named Sue
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Now, why does Sunanda Pushkar sound preposterous when she says it’s insulting to present her as just a proxy for good friend Shashi Tharoor, minister of state for external affairs, in the multi-million dollar IPL franchise sale? Because it’s a bit ambitious on her part to claim she’s a businesswoman in her own right when her present job profile says she is a mere sales manager at TECOM Investments, a commercial real estate company in Dubai. But you’ve got to hand it to Pushkar, for her spunk and drive that took her from a gawkish girl from small-town Jammu two decades ago, to becoming swell Sue in Dubai and Toronto, to contriving her new image as swanky Sunanda, the brassy, bold entrepreneur of the eye-popping Emirates.

At a party in DubaiThe belle from Bomai, a small apple-growing hamlet in Sopore, Kashmir, was convinced she was not cut...

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