File photo of former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti | PTI
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New Delhi: Self-isolation woes, pandemic related discrimination and the strange case of a former CJI’s Rajya Sabha nomination — the best and worst from our Twitter timelines today. 

For some people, former CJI Ranjan Gogoi’s nomination to the Rajya Sabha, has overtaken coronavirus as a cause for concern. It has clearly opened a can of worms — see the list of questions Congress leader and senior advocate Kapil Sibal has prepared for him. 


Retired Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju, never known for his polite language, is at his colorful best in his reaction. 

NPR-NRC, Shaheen Bagh, economy & coronavirus Congress spokesperson Sanjay Jha has a LOT on his mind.

Writer Hoda Katebi explains coronavirus has birthed another trend apart from social distancing — reverse parenting.


Detained PDP President Mehbooba Mufti makes a strong case for the restoration of the internet in Kashmir, given the COVID-19 outbreak.


CBS White House correspondent Weijia Jiang calls out the blatant racism surrounding coronavirus.


Not sure if a bouquet of flowers represents nature, but BJP Mahila Morcha social media in-charge Priti Gandhi seems to think it does


BJP National Spokesperson Sambit Patra is impressed by the hand sanitisers and thermal screening at the BJP HQ – isn’t that to be expected from the party in government?

 Despite Yes Bank’s troubles, comedian Kajol Srinivasan is still banking on her bank…


Meanwhile, American TV presenter Oprah Winfrey is horrified by the rumor that she was arrested for sex trafficking.

Coronavirus panic has engulfed Congress leader Rahul Gandhi too, and he is not at all pleased with the Centre’s response to the pandemic. 


Bollywood Producer Priya Gupta and this doctor from Delhi’s Safdarjung hospital remind us why social distancing is the way to go right now.


US President Donald Trump continues to call COVID-19 the “Chinese virus” and comedian Terence  K. Williams is having none of it.


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