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Hitchcock comes to life, Rahul says ‘speak up’, Vivek Agnihotri’s temple visit, locusts for dinner

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

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New Delhi: There is bad news all around, and crows disrupting shoppers in Saudi Arabia is not the best omen for times to come.

Look at this curious incident from Saudi Arabia which reminded filmmaker Anurag Kashyap of iconic director Alfred Hitchcock’s equally iconic 1963 film Birds.

https://twitter.com/anuragkashyap72/status/1265895459530215424

He cares, he doesn’t care, he cares…. Congress Rajya Sabha MP Jairam Ramesh assesses PM CARES fund.

CPI’s Kanhaiya Kumar is moved to poetry by the condition of migrants.

Rahul Gandhi kicks off a new campaign by the Congress party. Take a look at what he’s asking of you.

Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma recalls Veer Savarkar’s “inspirational” Hindutva ideology on the leader’s 137th birth anniversary

Congress leader Gaurav Pradhan remembers Savarkar rather differently — with a Justin Bieber song.

To tell you in millennial speak: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal just reminded everyone to ‘stay hydrated’. Glug, glug…

Chef Vikas Khanna has some food for thought after this photograph.

Professor Ashok Swain discovers locusts have nutritional value. See for yourself…

In these difficult times, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri wants to visit a temple — but not just any temple…

And whaddya know, US President Donald Trump likes what he sees of Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden.

With inputs from Shubhangi Misra

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