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Kapil Sibal on corona ‘gaffes’, Hardeep Puri’s guru, Arshad Warsi confused & ‘Bigg Boss’ is us

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

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New Delhi: Two great personalities celebrate their birthdays today and Twitter was full of good wishes for both.

First up, today is the birth anniversary of Dr Syama Prasad Mukherjee, considered the founder of the BJP.

No surprises then that Prime Minister Narendra Modi leads the tributes to him.

Next, His Holiness Dalai Lama celebrates his 85th birthday today. Many greeted him including Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu and BJP’s Tajinder Singh Bagga.


Moving onto politics, the battle between BJP President J.P. Nadda and Congress’ Rahul Gandhi is never-ending.

Congress leader Kapil Sibal lists out some ‘unscientific gaffes’  on the coronavirus.

Congress’ Salman Khurshid puts on his legal robes and calls out the Uttar Pradesh Police for  demolishing Vikas Dubey’s house. The gangster had killed eight policemen in Kanpur Thursday night and has managed to evade arrest since then.

Onto lighter subjects, actor Anupam Kher  defines relationships and ‘angels’…

Check out this Twitter user’s reason why there won’t be a new season of the TV reality show, Bigg Boss, this year.

Journalist Aakar Patel reveals how he has managed to gain more followers.

Filmmaker Apurva Asrani and actor Akshay Kumar applaud the move by BSF, SSB and CRPF to recruit transgenders.

On the occasion of Guru Purnima, Union Minister for Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri remembered what his teacher taught him about bullying.

We finally understand the inspiration for model/actor, fitness freak Milind Soman’s passion for work-outs.

And finally, the award for the most relatable tweet goes to… actor Arshad Warsi.

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