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What PM wants, who Vasundhara Raje praises & who’s mad at WHO

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

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New Delhi: Coaching by Roger Federer, Congress challenging BJP to a contest and praise for essential services — today, Twitter had plenty of scoop. Read on!

Let’s start with the Prime Minister himself. Narendra Modi took to Twitter today to announce that he was least interested in symbolic gestures that meant to honour him. Read on to see why.

When Karnataka Culture and Tourism Minister C.T. Ravi tried to troll Rahul Gandhi, MP Karti Chidambram proposed settling all scores.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi send you wishes on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti. Priyanka recalls an old friend.

BJP national vice-president and former Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje shows how proud she is of the healthcare professionals on the frontline battling the Covid-19 pandemic in Rajasthan’s Bhilwara.

Talking about essential services, don’t think India Post is resting just because letters aren’t being delivered. Law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad highlights its invaluable contribution.

Meanwhile, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor continues where he left off yesterday on US President Donald Trump’s thinly veiled threat against India’s hydroxychloroquine export.

But his party colleague Sanjay Jha, national spokesperson Congress, has his set on issues closer to home.

The coronavirus pandemic is like a bad dream for all, but this might be the worst nightmare for writer Dana Schwartz.

Ace tennis player and 20-time grand slam champion Roger Federer is giving out some online tennis lessons. Take a look!

Author Candace Owens reminds former US Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton of her status in life.

And finally, we have US President Donald Trump back on the blame game, now WHO would have thought of that!

-With inputs by Yimkumla Longkumer

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