Congress leader P. Chidambaram addressing a press conference in New Delhi on the JNU violence
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New Delhi: A mask drama in Parliament, social-distancing tutorials and how to be sporty during a public health crisis — Twitter continues to be a  gift that keeps on giving during this pandemic.

As the nation gears up in anticipation of Prime Minister Modi’s address tonight, Congress leader  P. Chidambaram puts forth his wish list on what it ought to contain.

 

Talking of anticipation, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra can’t hide his anxiety about what’s going go to happen to the 16 December gang-rape convicts…

PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti’s concern for Jammu and Kashmir amidst the coronavirus outbreak just got worse… Read to find out why.

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Cooperation, transparency and accountability — Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik explains by example how the coronavirus pandemic can be navigated responsibly.

 

And the politics of coronavirus can never be far away: political commentator Tehseen Poonawalla praises first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s advance thinking and planning. Learn why. 

 

Maybe because he is trying to clean bowl the Congress government in Madhya Pradesh, former MP chief minister and BJP leader Shivraj Singh Chouhan rolls his arm over… 

 

Not everybody gets to be quarantined. This Twitter user is just happy not to be driven mad…

 If the BJP rolls out elaborate awareness campaigns about COVID-19, can the Congress be far behind? Here’s national media panelist Aiyshwarya Mahadev unveiling the All India Mahila Congress’ efforts.

Senior Congress leader P. Chidambram saves the day, and possibly lives, in Parliament! Trinamool Congress leader Derek O’ Brien gives us all the deets.

Author Tavleen Singh just schooled this troll and proved she can’t be messed with.

Working from home applies to everyone, says filmmaker Onir. Watch him lead by example. 

The host of `The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon asked people to describe their quarantine experience in six words. Read what the host was up to himself…

 

Canadian journalist Chris Galius finds an unmissable blunder in Canada’s social distancing. Take note India, don’t make the same mistake. 

Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Science & Technology Fawad Hussain is also having a problem with his spellings…

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  1. Instead of “advising” the PM, PC ought to go personally to “Shaheen Bagh”, and LOCKDOWN the gathering by sending them to their homes. BUT, he will never do that. These Congress men and women only want Modi, and India, to fail, in everything, so that THEY can replace him. THAT is all that matters to them.

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