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New Delhi: The bhoomi pujan (ground-breaking) ceremony of the Ram Temple may be over but it seemed like Twitter was suffering from a ‘puja’ hangover.

First up, the PMO’s official handle feels it is necessary to remind everyone of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Ayodhya speech yesterday, via a newspaper clipping. Odd…

How is one to size up the PM? Consider this tweet.

Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera calls out unpalatable comments on the subject.

Writer Aatish Taseer’s is deeply offended on behalf of `Ram’—find out why.

Onto other matters — Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is back with his favourite question for Modi.

Assam Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi was quick to support his leader but seems to have made a slip-up. Can you spot it?

Senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram has Kashmir on his mind.

Seems like Bollywood isn’t the only place with an ‘outsider’ issue. Here’s PDP spokesperson Mohit Bhan’s comment on the appointment of BJP’s Manoj Sinha as the new Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir.

Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma is filled with “admiration” for Amit Shah. Read on.

Former IPS officer Yashovardhan Azad sums up the absurdities of the Sushant Singh Rajput death probes.

Whoa! Run for cover….

And finally, watch US President Donald Trump’s abiding love affair with himself .

With inputs from Shubhangi Misra

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