Forget Covid, question to ask is ‘rasode mein kaun tha’, Rahul Gandhi’s economic lessons & Trump likes CNN

William Arsn

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New Delhi: The ‘rasoda’ meme has taken the internet by storm and even politicians aren’t immune to it. The Congress, meanwhile, continues to battle multiple enemies, and some words of wisdom by a party veteran.

Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera won over Twitter Wednesday with this ‘rasoda’ jibe. BJP’s Sambit Patra had used the meme in a TV debate Tuesday to criticise the Congress.

Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal gave all his Twitter followers a lesson on fighting for one’s principles. We wonder what all of it finally means.

On Mother Teresa’s 110th birth anniversary, Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra reminisces about her personal encounter with the Nobel prize winner.

Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee remembered Mother Teresa, too, with a quote.

In semi-lockdown times, this post by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is just making us wanderlust even more.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is convinced that he’s a good economist.

Meanwhile, former J&K chief minister Omar Abdullah makes us hope all political detainees in Kashmir reunite with their families soon.

Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma is prepared to care for his former colleague, ex-chief minister Tarun Gogoi who has tested positive for Covid-19.

External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar has a gift for the PM.

Poet and author Meena Kandaswamy on how one can change one’s ‘born identity’.

Actor Anupam Kher shares a throwback picture with wife Kirron Kher, on their 35th wedding anniversary.

First day, first shot — shooting recommences for KGF 2 with actor-politician Prakash Raj.

Actor Tom Cruise caught the first screening of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet in a movie theatre. We can’t wait to go to the cinema halls too.

Here are some realistic news names for news channels:

This user has some truths about testing at the University of Alabama versus the whole of Canada. It doesn’t look pretty.


And lastly, US President Donald Trump pays CNN a compliment? 2020 really is a bizarre year.

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