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New Delhi: JNU is still the most topical topic on Twitter with more people speaking out on the violence there Sunday.

ANI Editor, Smita Prakash finds a way to bring Pakistan into JNU.

Not sure if News 18 anchor Amish Devgan was expecting this result on his poll regarding Deepika Padukone’s visit to JNU.

Read why author Chetan Bhagat thinks the economy could benefit from religious fervour.

Sacred Games director Vikramaditya Motwane joins the band of Bollywood personalities impressed by Padukone.

And writer Shobhaa De hails Padukone for the ‘biggest award’ of her life!

Former Rashtriya Lok Dal MP Jayant Chaudhary wasn’t going to watch Chhapaak but then changed his mind. See why…

Dilip Cherian, communication consultant and often called the ‘image guru’ of India, is proud of his alma mater for “stepping out of the ivory towers of econometrics”.

Looks like film director Ram Gopal Varma has a script for his next film….

We would really like to know the answer to AIMIM’s Asaduddin Owaisi question….

AAP is not taking the forthcoming Delhi assembly elections lightly, but at least it has a sense of humour about it.

BJP leader Giriraj Singh’s lessons on freedom, independence, Kashmir, etcetera, etcetera…

And lastly, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani is in no mood to excuse the US for killing General Soleimani.

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