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New Delhi: From Good Friday wishes to future movie plots on coronavirus — Twitter had a lot to say Friday.

Wheeler-dealers, to wheel-chairs. We can’t quite follow this scuffle between BJP’s Sambit Patra and Congress’ Sanjay Nirupam. Can you?

US President is more fixed on America’s economic crisis rather than it’s mounting Covid-19 death toll.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan sums up how Kerala is fighting the novel coronavirus as the virus completes 100 days in the state.

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Neighbourhood medical stores have run out of face masks? No worries, Union Minister Smriti Irani has you covered with her DIY tutorial.

Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan still can’t get over cows. Rather frivolous when his state has the highest coronavirus death rate…

Here’s reel-life Singham, actor Ajay Devgn, saluting the real-life Singhams.

PM Modi, Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi send across Good Friday wishes.

Historian Habib Irfan makes a very important appeal to the Muslim community.

Former IAS officer Kannan Gopinathan just thanked the PM for taking his advice….Sure, Mr Gopinathan.

Director Shekhar Kapur speculates about what future films on “corona” will look like. Are you planning to make one, Mr Kapur?

Counting days or weeks, Mr Bhogle?

Former union minister Yashwant Sinha attacks the BJP for “politicising” the current coronavirus pandemic.

And BJP leader Kapil Mishra announces some “over-ambitious” demands from Pakistan.

Here’s a heartwarming video from the Mumbai Police, who, unlike most of us, are outside everyday risking their lives to enforce the lockdown.

Now, what on earth is filmmaker Anurag Kashyap smoking? Find out…


With inputs from Shubhangi Misra

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