Former Congress spokesperson Sanjay Jha | Twitter
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New Delhi: We wonder if the response of Swaraj India president Yogendra Yadav to political satirist Akash Banerjee seeks to convince us that he has a sense of humour or, is he genuinely worried? Regardless, the nickname “YoYa” does have a certain ring to it.


Another Modi movie is in the pipeline. This time by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Kavita Krishnan, CPI (ML) leader, is of course unhappy about it and compares Bhansali with German film director Leni Riefenstahl.


Congress spokesperson Gourav Vallabh frequently challenges BJP’s spokesperson Sambit Patra but here he’s taken a leaf out of Patra’s book on self-promotion.

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Move over scenic beaches, says Congress’ Hasiba Amin — the real Goa is actually not so picturesque.


Climate activist, the 16-year old Greta Thunberg, visited the US Congress and asked, no, told them to do something about the climate crisis and not just pay her compliments. Way to go girl!

Union Minister Giriraj Singh turned saccharine sweet after Prime Minister Narendra Modi replied to his birthday greetings.


PM Modi responded to Amul’s birthday wish with an unusual and interesting pun.


Congress spokesperson Sanjay Jha is shocked by Shiv Sena leader Udhav Thackeray’s demand that the late Veer Savarkar be awarded the Bharat Ratna. Read Mohammed Ali’s long thread on Savarkar to understand why.


Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha president Rutvij Patel shared a video of a motorcyclist and his dog both wearing helmets, in support of #TrafficRulesForSafeIndia. Wow, bow-wow.


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