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Cricketer-turned-politician Gautam Gambhir | File photo: PTI /Atul Yadav
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New Delhi: Twitter users focussed dwelt upon the torrential downpours in the capital city, remembered former Delhi chief minister Shiela Dikshit, and actor Kangana Ranaut’s sensational interview on nepotism.

BJP spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhii’s ironic comment on Arvind Kejriwal’s administration for failing to fix the waterlogging problem under the Minto Bridge in Delhi—and who will come to his rescue once again.

Delhi BJP MP Gautam Gambhir chooses poetry to make a point. Who says poems are always romantic?

Congress’ Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Pawan Khera and Siddharth Tiwari fondly remember former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit on her death anniversary.

Former union secretary of health K. Sujatha Rao rails against the despicable condition of India’s government hospitals.

Congress youth wing’s Srinivas B.V. shares the ‘reality of atmanirbhar bharat’.

Forget all that, Rajya Sabha member Sudhanshu Trivedi is happy about Prime Minister Modi’s Twitter following, even as India’s Covid-19 count is on a steady rise.

Two icons of Hindi cinema in one frame. Surest blockbuster.

Congress leader Yasmin Kidwai misses Kangana’s “hate torrent” on Republic TV Saturday.

How Kangana Ranaut makes it “all about herself”.


A crash course by Swara Bhasker on how to remain head and shoulders above filth.

Does BJP’s Sambit Patra sound envious, here?

Filmmakers Anubhav Sinha and Hansal Mehta wonder if it’s time for the film industry to find a new home.

Here’s something that will leave you with a smile.

Actor Deepika Padukone points out a variety of mistakes in a Variety report.

Actor Amitabh Bachchan dedicates a poem by father Harivansh Rai Bachchan to frontline healthcare workers.

Among other things, US President Donald Trump is also the ultimate member of the Book of the Month club.

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