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When Arnab Goswami ‘saved’ a life, and Chidambaram’s comeback to Modi 7 years later

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

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New Delhi: Two days after official data showed the Indian economy had contracted by a record 23.9 per cent in the April-June quarter, the Opposition is up in arms against the Modi government, firing a salvo of memes and one-liners.

For starters, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi lists out India’s ‘Modi-made disasters’.

Senior Congress leader P. Chidamabaram digs up a 2013 tweet by Narendra Modi in a savage comeback at the Prime Minister.

Congress’ Srivatsa accuses India Today anchor Rajdeep Sardesai of falling for the propaganda of the ‘WhatsApp University’.

While government job aspirants are protesting over the delay in their exam results, BJP IT Cell head Amit Malviya is more concerned about spellings.

And then there was Congress MP Shashi Tharoor’s ‘I told you so’ moment.

Meanwhile, his son Ishaan paints a fairly decrepit image of India.

IFS officer Parveen Kaswan shares a wonderful way to go green.

Shiv Sena MP Priyanka Chaturvedi illustrates what overconfidence can look like, using Indian news channels as an exhibit.

Pradyot Manikya, chairman of the Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance of Tripura, takes a dig at Republic TV’s Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami.

Activist Saket Gokhale reminds everyone, especially actor Kangana Ranaut, about the legacy of Mumbai Police.

And comedian Rohit Shah wants to know if actor Rhea Chakraborty’s ‘black magic’ can help save the country.

Meanwhile, author Chetan Bhagat directs focus to another R.H.E.A.

Advocate-activist Prashant Bhushan reveals how Law Minister Ravi Shankar calling out Facebook employees for allegedly abusing PM Modi is like the pot calling the kettle black.

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