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New Delhi: The farm bills that have led to widespread protests in Punjab left Twitterati divided Friday. This was then followed by the political drama that unfolded with Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Harsimrat Kaur’s resignation from the Union Cabinet.

BJP shifts the blame to Congress over the farm bills and exposes the latter’s alleged double standards.

Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh comments on the ‘theatrics’ of Harsimrat Kaur’s resignation.

Former Union Minister P. Chidambaram gives a blow-by-blow account of what is wrong with the 3 bills.

Singer Diljit Dosanjh has been rallying behind the farmers’ agitation in Punjab. Here’s why.

Imagine if Congress’ election game was as strong as their social media game.

Communist Party of India leader Kanhaiya Kumar on getting priorities right.

Union Minister of State for Sports Kiren Rijiju notes how the gaps that were highlighted by former defence minister A.K. Antony have been filled by the Modi government.

Mr. Mahindra, if the answer is right, we’ll be waiting for our car. If not, at least give us a scooter for the creativity?

Words of wisdom from former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu!

Guess who is next on the ‘anti-national’ list for BJP Vice President Baijayant Jay Panda.

Prime Minister Modi’s warm wishes to Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma on their impending good fortune.

Here is an ‘aatmanirbhar’ joke from the Aam Aadmi Party!

UK biologist & writer Richard Dawkins is waiting for a new Isaac Newton, read to know why!

This one has `Guilty’ written all over it…

No, President Donald Trump, they’re coming after you because you’re up for elections?

Simply putting the mask where it belongs. Some politicians may also please take note of this.

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