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Kerala Tourism serves beef, Tharoor’s economic fairytale & Amnesty sings Faiz tune

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

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New Delhi: From Kerala to Kashmir, Twitter buzzed with various issues Thursday.

Not everyone found Kerala Tourism’s tweet about a beef delicacy ‘appetising’.

BJP MP Gautam Gambhir criticised Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for wasting taxpayers’ money on advertisements. The Aam Aadmi Party’s response was savage.

If ‘confidence’ had a face, it probably looked like this…

Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut was left regretting his words after he alleged that former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi met Karim Lala, an underworld don.

Congress leader Kapil Sibal had a serious question for Home Minister Amit Shah regarding Kashmir.

Boxer Vijender Singh wants Indian stars to take inspiration from Hollywood actor Joaquin Phoenix.

Congress leader Shashi Tharoor tried to give the declining Indian economy a fairytale twist — and no, not with a happy ending.

Director Anurag Kashyap was the latest to join the bandwagon of people digging up old tweets. His victim was senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy and his unfulfilled hopes for the economy.

Actor Simi Garewal made some alarming predictions on what could have happened if J&K DSP Davinder Singh and the two Hizbul Mujahideen militants were not arrested.

It seems things did not go well for actor Sushant Singh at Sadhguru’s camp.

Now even Human Rights organisation Amnesty India is singing along to poet Faiz Ahmad Faiz’s tunes.

US Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s creative take on immigration.

And finally, a funny encounter between Reuters correspondent Devjyot Ghoshal and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.

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