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Curious case of Davinder Singh, Jeff Bezos is the new ‘Don’ & Amish Devgan’s confusion

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

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New Delhi: Conspiracy theories about former Jammu and Kashmir DSP Davinder Singh, who was arrested with two Hizbul Mujahideen militants, don’t seem to be fading away anytime soon.

The curious case of Davinder Singh! Here’s another theory on the former J&K DSP.

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi has some serious questions about him too.

Her sibling Rahul Gandhi does it yet again! A Times of India editor points out his error.

Assam minister and BJP leader Hemanta Biswa Sarma is all praise for the Modi government after it recently granted permanent residency to over 34,000 Bru refugees in Tripura.

CPI (M) leader Sitaram Yechury and CPI leader Kanhaiya Kumar remember Rohith Vemula, the Dalit student who committed suicide four years ago, on his death anniversary.

Did journalist Amish Devgan just get confused over the symbolism of the swastika?

Actor Paresh Rawal takes a jibe at an old photograph of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia’s Iftaar party.

Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha clears the air on an alleged fake video of Shaheen Bagh protesters, which has been going viral on social media.

Actor Amitabh Bachchan usually keeps his tweets personal but here is one for the Indian Army.

BJP ministers like Piyush Goyal might be unimpressed by Jeff Bezos but Bollywood opens its arms to the Amazon CEO — Don style.

Former senior police officer Prakash Singh had seen something coming…

Twitter applauds Punjab CM Amarinder Singh for coming forward to help a Tokyo Olympics qualifying boxer in need.

US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is quite pumped to take on many people in the US, not just President Trump.

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