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New Delhi: While the Opposition continues to criticise the central government on the recent farm bills and farmers continue protesting in states like Punjab, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and others from the ruling party were preoccupied with different things.

PM Modi had more to say about the retirement of canines than farmers.

Education Minister Ramesh Pokhariyal Nishank is a visionary in the truest sense. Will schools even open by December 2020, Mr Nishank?

And BJP Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy’s ‘solution’ to the India-China standoff.

Meanwhile, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi put forth a list of “strikes” by the Modi government.

Jairam Ramesh, Congress, hits out at the Delhi Police for naming fellow Congresswallah Salman Khurshid in the Delhi riots chargesheet.

And Indian Police Foundation is not impressed with former Bihar DGP Gupteshwar Pandey’s ‘dabangg’ video!

Is the Narcotics Control Bureau listening to author Devdutt Pattanaik?

Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha knows what leads to the ‘TV circus’ these days.

Former union minister Yashwant Sinha has no hopes left for democracy.

Look how Anand Mahindra, Chairman of the Mahindra group, is using cars to rev up donations for charities. https://twitter.com/anandmahindra/status/1309000938057760770

Chief of Infectious Diseases at the University of Maryland Dr Faheem Younus busts another ‘desi’ myth to keep Covid at bay.

How many of you agree with this take on Bollywood?

US President Donald Trump’s refusal to answer a question on whether he would peacefully transfer power if he lost the November elections hasn’t gone down well with Republican Senator Mitt Romney.

And finally, Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli sure knows how to keep going and going and…

With inputs from Unnati Sharma

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