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Bihar DGP’s retirement, Dia Mirza defends herself, Tharoor-Gambhir’s cricket bonhomie

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

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New Delhi: Bihar Director General of Police (DGP) Gupteshwar Pandey took VRS (voluntary retirement scheme) Wednesday and while he made it clear that his retirement had nothing to do with the Sushant Singh Rajput probe, it was the talk of the town on Twitter.

A month ago, Pandey himself rejected ‘false news’ that he was going to retire. Wonder what changed since then.

However, Shiv Sena MP Priyanka Chaturvedi pulls no punches in her criticism of the former Bihar DGP and his alleged ‘political ambitions’.

Moving on, here’s Congress leader Adhir Chowdhury’s take on what India has that China does not.

Fellow MP Jairam Ramesh doesn’t mince words while criticising the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Amendment (FCRA) Bill that was passed by the Parliament Wednesday.

And Bollywood continues to reel under the Narcotics Control Bureau’s drug probe and the sexual assault allegations against director Anurag Kashyap.

Read Bollywood actor Huma Qureshi’s statement on being dragged into the sexual assault allegations against Kashyap by actor Payal Ghosh.

Actor Dia Mirza speaks out against rumours about her allegedly procuring drugs.

But Raveena Tandon takes a strong stance against the alleged ‘drug nexus’ in the industry.

And AAP worker Aarti also has an opinion on the Bollywood drug scandal.

In the season of media trials and bullying, here’s boss lady Richa Chadha winning Twitterati’s respect with her perfect response to a journalist.

Cricketer-turned-BJP MP Gautam Gambhir and Congress MP Shashi Tharoor marvel at Rajasthan Royal batsman Sanju Samson’s cricketing abilities.

Check out West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s IPL fever.

A Twitter user highlights exactly what’s wrong with the automobile industry in India.

And with the Presidential elections only a few months away, US President Donald Trump gives it his all.

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