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New Delhi: Rajasthan political crisis, Bollywood’s nepotism debate, India-China tensions – it’s more of the same thing on Twitter.

Former BJP leader Yashwant Sinha is dripping sarcasm here on the Modi government’s response in Ladakh. Media reports indicate that China is ‘retreating’ but the government has continuously maintained that its troops never entered Indian territory.

Another disaster: Congress spokesperson Nivedith Alva on the travesty that online classes are.

BJP spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi offers a glowing tribute to Home Minister Amit Shah. What’s this about?

Meanwhile, Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra is scathing about ‘Modi bhakts’.

Sambit Patra, BJP, is moved to poetry by Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot’s letter to PM Modi.

AAP’s Sudhir Bhardwaj wades into the Yogi Adityanath’s UP government after visuals of a waterlogged hospital in the state surfaced.

With `Rakhi’ around the corner, BJP’s Saroj Pandey sends greeting to Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel reminding him of a promise he made.

Like a dutiful brother, Baghel thanked her and wondered if she would send a rakhi to someone else…

Read lawyer Gautam Bhatia’s response to the Supreme Court’s recent statement on the Rajasthan political crisis.

Wonder, who is actor Taapsee Pannu referring to here

Each day we read or hear of new conspiracy theories regarding the ‘outside-insider’ debate in Bollywood.

Actor Amit Sadh is worried by more practical concerns in the film industry.

And comedian Abhineet Mishra wants this particular thing after raising funds for Assam floods.

Finally, economist Steve Hanke shares some wisdom by Kemal Ataturk, founding father of Turkey. Perhaps, President Donald Trump needs to follow Ataturk’s advice?

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