File photo | Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the nation on Covid-19, on 30 June, 2020 | PTI
File photo | Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the nation on Covid-19, on 30 June, 2020 | PTI
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New Delhi: From taking lessons from Nazi Germany to giving it back to the Chinese Bollywood style, Twitter was in the mood for some good ol’ schooling.

First, however, politics: looks like Congress leader and former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath is still fuming over the coup within his government in March. Here, he reacts sharply to the expansion of the BJP state cabinet.

Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra comments on propaganda with this quote – wonder if Mamata Banerjee has read it…

BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi plays ‘caption this’ with India’s not-so-friendly neighbours. Do have a go.

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Here’s BJP’s Sambit Patra on the ‘vultures’ who attacked him, a day after his controversial tweet on the photograph of a 3-year-old boy in Kashmir sitting on his grandfather’s corpse.

Data analyst James Wilson redirects attention to the coronavirus with these worrying statistics.

After Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was asked to leave her New Delhi house by the Centre, the party’s spokesperson Pawan Khera blames ‘Headline Management’.

And, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Bhagel offers his views in a couplet.

Zomato gets a long overdue thank you from guess who?

Is Merriam-Webster having an identity crisis?

Next up, a delightful interview from BBC News that you wouldn’t want to miss.

And lastly, BJP’s Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga is so taken with PM Modi’s style, he has set this video clip to music—a must watch.

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