Priyanka’s Hindi adage, Elon Musk’s red pill choice and Omar Abdullah’s lockdown woes

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra speaks at a Congress rally in New Delhi
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra speaks at a Congress rally in New Delhi | Photo: Praveen Jain | ThePrint

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New Delhi: On Monday, Twitter was all over the place — not surprising for the micro-blogging site, though. Some directly attacked the government for the plight of migrant workers, some chose a more poetic approach, while the rest took matters into their own hands. 

While you’re at it, do check out an ethical hacker’s small ‘victory’ against ‘that’ mobile app. 

CPI leader Kanhaiya Kumar wants more actions and less words from the Narendra Modi government on the migrant workers’ crisis. And he is not happy about the labour law reforms announced by the Uttar Pradesh government.

Advocate Prashant Bhushan has a scary prediction.

Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and former diplomat K.C. Singh deploy evergreen Hindi adages to take jibes at the Modi government. 

French ethical hacker Elliot Alderson, who hit headlines in India recently after raising privacy concerns on the government’s Aarogya Setu app, is celebrating a small victory today. 

Robert Vadra, businessman and Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s husband, takes to Twitter to announce how he wants to help migrant labourers. 


Tesla’s Elon Musk had another one of his moments when he was reminded of the ‘red pill’ in the classic 1999 movie ‘The Matrix’. The blue pill signifies a life full of ignorance and the red one reveals hard truths. Musk’s choice here is obvious. 

Ivanka Trump, advisor to US President Donald Trump, also ironically prefers a life of hard truths. Who knew?

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister and National Conference leader Omar Abdullah sums up everyone’s reaction to ‘Lockdown 4.0’.


Congress national spokesperson Pawan Khera mocks Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.


Moving on to some lighter news: Desperate times call for desperate measures. Who would have thought that involved a Batman costume? 


Here’s a witty exchange between brands Amazon Prime Video and Swiggy on the latest television craze Patal Lok


In his mission to feed the poor and the hungry, renowned chef Vikas Khanna shares a snapshot of a ‘proud moment’ straight from the kitchen. The New York-based chef had earlier contributed approximately 4 million dry ration meals to the needy across 79 cities in India to fight hunger amid Covid-19 crisis.

With inputs from Yimkumla Longkumer

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