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Loss of a legend, Anupam Kher’s 1984, Vir Das in a spat with neighbour & a buffalo’s revenge

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

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New Delhi: Twitter mourns the loss of hockey legend and Olympic medallist Balbir Singh Sr Monday.

The tributes were led by President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Former cricketer Bishan Bedi shares a photograph of the hockey giant.

Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar also pays his respects.

In other news, BJP spokesperson Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga lights up Twitter with his incendiary comments about former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi.

The Karnataka wing of BJP, finds a way to blame the Nehru family for the ongoing migrant crisis.

Read what National Conference leader Omar Abdullah thinks of arguments by state governments on air travel.

IAS officer Kannan Gopinathan throws down an open challenge for Home Minister Amit Shah and Delhi Police.

On to lighter news, if you think your neighbour is bad, wait till you see what actor/comedian Vir Das had to deal with.

https://twitter.com/thevirdas/status/1264612718247641088

Actor Anupam Kher feels nostalgic about something that happened 36 years ago….

Revenge thy name is buffalo.

US President Donald Trump boasts of donating his presidential salary with a ‘healthy’ dose of self-praise.

American bishop Talbert Swan comes up with a hilarious comparison between US President Donald Trump and former president Barack Obama.

And see how New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden doesn’t quake under pressure.

With inputs from Tina Das and Pia Krishnankutty

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