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Happy birthday Rahul, yoga lessons from Modi & Kim Jong Un in China?

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

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New Delhi: The Galwan valley clash that claimed the lives of 20 Indian soldiers, is still fresh on everyone’s mind and accusations were flying fast from all sides.

And Rahul Gandhi turns a year older today, while Prime Minister Narendra Modi is looking forward to International Yoga Day on 21 June.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi extols an unusual virtue of his favorite activity.


BJP’s Amit Malviya criticizes Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for failing to contain the Covid-19 outbreak in the capital, and sneaks in some praise for Home Minister Amit Shah.

Rajya Sabha MP and Shiv Sena member Priyanka Chaturvedi wishes Rahul Gandhi ‘health and happiness’ on his 50th birthday.


Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav extends his wishes too.


BJP leader Tajinder Bagga cannot and will not refrain from taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi, not even on his birthday.


But it doesn’t look like Gandhi is in a celebratory mood for the milestone.

BJP national spokesperson Sambit Patra on fighting the three Cs. Find out what they are.


Congress’ Manish Tewari has numbers on his side.


Misinformation is another deadly pandemic in India. Who knew there was a Kim Jong Un in China?

And here we were thinking odd-even was only Kejriwal’s favourite solution to all problems.


Troubled times call for some hard-hitting words courtesy poet Javed Akhtar.

How diplomacy is full of surprises.


Pakistani activist and Nobel laureate Malala just completed a degree from Oxford University and here’s how she plans to celebrate.

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