Atishi Marlena | Photo: Suraj Singh Bisht | ThePrint
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New Delhi: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani started his day on an optimistic note sharing this tweet about the reported health of India’s economy.

 

According to the Congress party, the economy is in not in good shape. It had a great deal to say about the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) transferring a record surplus to the Narendra Modi government…

For instance, former Congress president Rahul Gandhi annoyed the BJP by the hashtag #RBILooted. Party leaders Randeep Singh Surjewala and Sanjay Jha then coined interesting names for the central bank.

 

Abhishek Manu Singhvi, Congress leader and lawyer, managed references to Netflix show Sacred Games and BJP MP Pragya Singh Thakur while talking about RBI. Quite a lot for one tweet, sir.

 

Sitaram Yechury of the CPI(M) chimed in with his concerns over the economy and the RBI’s move.

 

US President Donald Trump claimed that reports about him wanting to use nuclear weapons to tackle hurricanes are untrue. It’s becoming very difficult to separate the real from the fake with you, sir.

 

No wonder, Hillary Clinton, former Democratic presidential candidate disbelieves him.

 

It seems like Congress spokesperson Sanjay Jha cannot keep his mind off Twitter. His tweet about Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman might seem sexist but he has used the same danceanalogy for Railway Minister Piyush Goyal.  

 

Sadananda Gowda, Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, is very excited about a new launch. Read on.

 

Marking the 22nd day since Article 370 was revoked, Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi wants to hear from the people of Kashmiri and Opposition leaders. Wonder if all is well within the Shiv Sena and BJP alliance?

 

Guess why Aam Aadmi Party leader Aatishi Marlena can’t contain her excitement about a young man who has just cracked the IIT entrance exam.

 

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