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New Delhi: Covid-19 cases continue to rise at a rapid rate in India but Twitter is suffering from its own ailment — mudslinging.

BJP’s Amit Malviya just cannot contain his joy about Rahul Gandhi’s results in this poll.

DMK MP Kanimozhi alleged the CISF personnel at the airport asked if she was Indian because she didn’t speak Hindi. According to BJP leader B.L. Santosh, there’s an underlying agenda to her complaint.

TMC MP Mahua Moitra is in sympathetic agreement with Kanimozhi.

Meanwhile, activist Harsh Mander challenges Sadhguru in this Ram test.

Boxer Vijendar Singh lands a few strong blows, outside the boxing ring.

Congress leader Milind Deora congratulates Muslim candidates who cleared the civil services exam — and promotes his own initiative.

Some positive news: here’s music composer A.R. Rahman’s spiritual guidance.

Farhan Akhtar’s Dil Chahta Hai spoke to us of simpler times

Meanwhile, actor Kavita Kaushik compliments the trending `Binod’ meme.

Director Shekhar Kapur and actor Satish Kaushik walk down memory lane together.

After defeating Covid-19, actor Abhishek Bachchan seems to be in a generous mood.

Finally, the daily dose of Donald: We don’t have any words for this one. See it to believe it.

With inputs from Taran Deol

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