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Remembering Rajiv Gandhi, Mahua Moitra’s ‘lessons in civility’, how Trump reveals he’s angry

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

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New Delhi: Twitter Thursday rained tributes to former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi on his 76th birth anniversary. Also, Indian twitterati were extremely interested in the upcoming US presidential elections, courtesy Senator Kamala Harris.

Read Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s poignant words for his late father. He is joined by brother-in-law, Robert Vadra in missing the late PM.

As is customary, the Prime Minister dutifully puts out a standard message.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who won her first Lok Sabha election as a Congress candidate in 1984 when Rajiv Gandhi won his historic mandate, has fond memories of him.

Onto other topics, TMC MP Mahua Moitra asked Bihar DGP Gupteshwar Pandey if he need a lesson in civility after he said, “Rhea Chakraborty ki aukat hai kya”.

Find out why Congress leader Jairam Ramesh thinks the Airport Authority of India is becoming “Adani Airports of India”.

PM Modi appreciates of Mahendra Singh Dhoni who thanks him for his appreciation.


Richest country in the world? Wrong answers only.

Stand-up comedian Amit Tandon on the ‘chalta hai‘ attitude of Indians towards the coronavirus.

Actor Kay Kay Menon is dazzled by 90-year-old legendary singer Lata Mangheskar’s latest song. So are we!

Actor Kangana Ranaut’s responds to senior actor Naseeruddin Shah’s “half-educated” remark about her.

MP Meenaskhi Lekhi is still tripping on the tricolor. Wonder what this dish is.

Google India is giving some social distancing ‘gyaan’ the right way.

Author Krishan Pratap Singh sees something happening in India if Trump loses the presidential election this winter.

And speaking of impact, here’s US Democratic vice-presidential nominee Kamala Harris on her vision for the country.

Her sister, Maya has a photographic memory of her sister…

TV host Padma Lakshmi, meanwhile, got all emotional by the VP nominee’s use of a certain word.



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