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New Delhi: Crashing stock markets, free porn and lots of advisories — Twitter captures the global rollercoaster that coronavirus has caused.

First, another high profile coronavirus case: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau informed Twitter that his wife had tested positive for and is now in quarantine.

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi slams the Modi government, again — and it’s not the economy…

His sister Priyanka, meanwhile, lectures us on keeping safe in these challenged times.

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While Twitter talks about globalisation’s role in the spread of coronavirus, author Kavitha Rao shares a different, witty perspective.

Actions speak louder than words, and superstar Amitabh Bachchan is doing just that. Check out his advice…

There’s good news from WHO for our ‘best friend’ on COVID-19 and author Liam Hackett has something delightful to say about that.

Writer Rupa Gulab finds something funny in these pandemic times.

Actor Tom Hanks offers a thank you note to all those who wished his wife and him a speedy recovery from coronavirus.

Don’t worry, Hanks, we know who’s the stronger one in this battle!

Amidst all the conspiracy theories about which country might have engineered COVID-19 and why, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian offers his version…

The world might be facing a massive shutdown but at least the Italians are being granted some interesting freebies… Ahem.

Discover why US whistleblower Edward Snowden contemplates investing in cryto-currency.

Finally, Farooq Abdullah’s daughter Safia Abdullah Khan took to Twitter to celebrate her father’s release from detention in the Valley today.

-Inputs by Yimkumla Longkumer

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