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Sudhir Chaudhury’s strange boast, a fearless Yashwant Sinha & a positive Amitabh Bachchan

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

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New Delhi: While Zee News Editor-in-Chief Sudhir Chaudhary faces Twitter’s ire over his controversial tweet, others express their concerns on the mounting migrant workers’ crisis.

And Amitabh Bachchan gives everyone a much needed dose of positivity. Check it out:

In this thread, senior Congress leader P. Chidambram draws attention to a much older lockdown — the one in Kashmir.

Congress Rajya Sabha MP Jairam Ramesh is concerned about thousands of migrant workers at the Delhi-Ghaziabad border Monday. Find out why.

Indian women’s hockey team captain Rani Rampal shares the story about her humble beginnings.

Author and quizmaster Joy Bhattacharjya has some tough questions for the Chinese. Will they answer?

Former union minister and former BJP member Yashwant Sinha has a strong message for trolls and ‘bhakts’. Delhi Police had detained Sinha Monday after he staged a dharna at Rajghat to protest against the conditions of the migrant workers.

Twitter erupted after Zee News’ Editor in Chief Sudhir Chaudhury announcement that over 20 of the channel’s employees, who had tested positive for Covid-19, continued to work because they were “committed professionals”.

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah countered Chaudhury.

Journalist Meghnad shares Abdullah’s sentiments.

A positive message from Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan amid these grim times.

What has the ongoing coronavirus pandemic taught actor Akshay Kumar?

This could be a perfect movie plot to capture the possible hidden demons in the Aarogya Setu aap.

Discipline is key, and IAS Somesh Upadhyay’s tweet proves that.

After a video of two young boys glorifying rape surfaced on TikTok, actor Paresh Rawal simply wants one thing.

US President Donald Trump is on the hunt for another news outlet. Whatever happened to Fox News?

With inputs from Unnati Sharma.

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