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Basu Chatterjee remembered, Congress maths lesson, Tata wants justice for the elephant

The most politically correct and incorrect tweets of the day from across the political spectrum.

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New Delhi: Some political camaraderie, some condolences and a dash of  loving philosophy — here’s how Twitter partly spent Thursday.

‘Rajnigandha’ (1974) and ‘Chhoti Si Baat’ (1964) fame veteran filmmaker Basu Chatterjee passed away today. From West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee to actor Shabana Azmi, fans and admirers paid their respects.

Filmmaker Shoojit Sircar remembers that Chatterjee was the first person he worked with, while actor Shabana Azmi reminisced about her long and meaningful association with him.

Here’s something we don’t see often: Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray thanks his Delhi counterpart Arvind Kejriwal for the show of solidarity

Congress leader Jignesh Mevani holds up the mirror to India on protests.

Product manager Rahul Fernandes noticed something interesting during Arnab Goswami’s interview with Amit Shah on Republic TV.

Now, solve this mathematical equation by INC Chhattisgarh.

Activist Umar Khalid, who has been named by the Delhi Crime Branch as a conspirator in the Delhi riots, thanks actor Abhay Deol for his support.

‘Mrs Funnybones’ Twinkle Khanna gets all lovey-dovey about a crow and Cyclone Nisarga.

Industrialist Ratan Tata really feels for the elephant in Kerala who was killed after she consumed a pineapple filled with crackers.

Here’s how BJP Delhi spokesperson Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga feels about comedian Kunal Kamra’s roasting abilities.

Words of wisdom shared by author and historian William Dalrymple in context of protests in the US against George Floyd’s killing.

For US President Donald Trump, tear gas, riot gear and pepper spray are not enough. He wants MORE….

(With inputs from Shubhangi Misra)

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