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Rajdeep Sardesai’s Twitter fights, Patra attacks Rahul, BJP Uttarakhand’s Gen Rawat blooper

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

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New Delhi: When journalist Rajdeep Sardesai made the following observation about the anti and pro-Citizenship (Amendment) Act protests, little did he know what was to follow…

It wasn’t long before BJP’s Amit Malviya and Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga went after him. Malviya in a language that is highly offensive and possibly defamatory.

Sardesai, however, responded with exemplary amiability.

Let’s be honest now, the only person who will miss Donald Trump in Home Alone 2 is Donald Trump.

To the dismay, perhaps, of columnist Abhijit Iyer-Mitra, journalist and author Aatish Taseer stands by writer-activist Arundhati Roy in the fight against the CAA-NRC.

Activist Shehla Rashid calls out Sudarshan News for its atrocious demonisation of writer Arundhati Roy.

Sudarshan News could heed the advice of former Russian world champion and chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov.

Kerala’s Finance Minister Thomas Isaac has statistical worries about India’s economic slump.

Rahul Gandhi is not the only one who has a tendency to shift narratives, Mr. Patra.

Using William Shakespeare against wordsmith and Congress MP Shashi Tharoor is the unkindest cut of all.

And lastly, BJP Uttarakhand tweeted a poster acclaiming Army chief General Bipin Rawat as the first Chief of Defence Staff even before the official announcement. The tweet was deleted thereafter but here’s a screenshot!

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  1. The comment above every tweet is so blatantly one sided against the government, not a single neutral comment, and I thought Print and Mr.SG do not take sides.

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