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Javed Akhtar’s Twitter soup, Melania’s happy moment & Big B on fools

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

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New Delhi: The Delhi communal riots continue on Twitter with opinion on it totally divided  

First off, author Chetan Bhagat tries to make sense of the world and India’s place in it. 

Offering an alternate view from Bhagat’s assessment, here are some hilarious insights by businessman Shankar Sharma.

Lyricist Javed Akhtar called out the Delhi Police for their inaction during the riots, and the hypocrisy that Tahir Hussain has been booked. Unsurprisingly, this has landed him into a wee Twitter soup. Here’s his comeback. 


If there’s trouble within the Aam Aadmi Party, BJP is not wasting a second to capitalise on it. Here’s the party’s IT cell chief Amit Malviya adding fuel to the fire. 

Meanwhile, BJP national spokesperson Sambit Patra should know who provoked the ‘hate’ he speaks of here.

Delhi’s horrific violence so appalled IPS officer Pankaj Nain, he’s put out an appeal.

Not sure what ‘reforms’ IAS officer Ashok Khemka refers to  here, but wise words of wisdom, nevertheless.

Reuters reporter Devjyot Ghoshal’s witty tweet will make you smirk.

While B.L. Santhosh, BJP’s general secretary, gained international recognition by telling off US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders after the latter criticised the Delhi riots, you may have missed this one by BJP leader Parvesh Sahib Singh.

But worry not, Senator Sanders, help is at hand, in the form of lawyer Mishi Choudhary who has some advice for you.  

US First Lady Melania Trump is nostalgic about her recent ‘inspirational’ trip in India.

It is not easy to shock Union Minister Smriti Irani but she is taken aback by the author a book who claims to reveal everything about her political strategy

An angry US President Donald Trump flags a health emergency, and no, it’s not about the coronavirus. 

Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren, on the other hand, is in a good mood. Here, she uses a plate of pork ribs to elaborate upon her ideas about universal child care. 

 Meanwhile, here’s what preoccuoues the badhsah of Bollywood…

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