P. Chindambaram was the trend of the day. Here’s a sneak peek:
The man with the veshti is very very feisty. P.Chidambaram #pressconference
— Satish Kolluri (@satishkolls) February 4, 2013
The second instance is when a person commits rape again after being convicted once, then death sentence is a possibility: P Chidambaram.
— Firstpost (@firstpost) February 4, 2013
Death penalty remains debatable.The death penalty applies only in the rarest of rare cases: P Chidambaram.Wht kind of rarest case Gov wants?
— Pakhi Shukla (@pakhishukla21) February 4, 2013
Here’s how a top scholar and columnist can turn into a top fraud:
Dozens of cases of cheating hotels and travel agencies surfacing against Nilim Dutta, 'scholar' who claimed no illegal Bangladeshis in Assam
— Abhijit Majumder (@abhijitmajumder) February 3, 2013
Yes.Nilim Dutta is a fraud wid financial irregularities,but not the Big. Big Non-political fraudsters r Ramalinga Raju,Lait Modi,Anil Ambani
— :DeepaK (@DeeCosmos) February 4, 2013
The skeleton of the English King Richard III has been found in a car park in Leicester. This found much activity on Twitter:
Scientists: DNA tests show "beyond reasonable doubt" King Richard III’s bones found under UK parking lot.
— CNN (@CNN) February 4, 2013
so it was Richard III buried in the car park. amazing story. Presume he'll now be buried in westminster abbey
— christinalamb (@christinalamb) February 4, 2013
Fact that we think of Richard III rather than Henry VIII as epitome of English royal tyranny is huge testimonial to Tudor spinmeisters
— David Frum (@davidfrum) February 4, 2013