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BJP & Cong tribute to ‘hero’ Subhash Chandra Bose, BJP’s Nadda and Hardeep Puri attack Congress

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

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New Delhi: Twitter saw tributes to freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose on his death anniversary and birthday wishes for Gulzar. The Facebook-BJP “alliance” had political parties throwing barbs at each other, again.

This shows that we can unite politicians from different parties — Congress’ Priyanka Gandhi, Trinamool Congress’ Mamata Banerjee and BJP’s Sambit Patra on Subhash Chandra Bose.

Former diplomat K.C. Singh on the rabbit hole of contempt allegations.

These are some pertinent questions BJP’s Subramanian Swamy may like to answer.

Senior Congress leader Manish Tewari on why South Asia must move on.

Meanwhile, Union Minister of State for DoNER Jitendra Singh remembered Gulzar on his 86th birthday.

India’s Ambassador to Turkey Sanjay Panda took a view contrary to that of VHP over Aamir Khan’s meeting with the Turkish First Lady.

Aviation minister Hardeep Puri’s long ‘explanation’ and ‘shifting blame’ on Congress as the Facebook hate speech row keeps growing.

Chhattisgarh Congress takes a dig at BJP over the ongoing Facebook hate speech row.

Look who’s back — and that too with a banger.

BJP President J P Nadda doesn’t spare Congress in this scathing tweet after the Supreme Court verdict on PM CARES.

Former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah points out an irony that’s hard to ignore.

Simi Garewal is full of compliments for a particular news channel.

We want the official playlist of former US President Barack Obama’s song recommendations. Spotify and Apple Music are listening?

US President Donald Trump wants to save the post office on Twitter while trying to defund it in real life.

 

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