Wednesday, 17 October, 2018

Last Laughs

More tremors of #MeToo, the burden of M.J. Akbar, and Ganga sheds a tear for her late son

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by editors at ThePrint.

The Rafale deal options, and Gujarat’s statue of ‘unity’

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Outsiders within India and the searing pace of #MeToo

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Journalists exposed in #MeToo movement, and fleeing migrant workers

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#MeToo movement gathers pace, and fuel prices cut hours before poll dates announced

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Kavanaugh is a Supreme Court judge, and May continues to show off her dancing skills

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Quick slide for rupee and Mayawati’s right move

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No #MeToo for Tanushree Dutta, and the meagre reduction in fuel prices

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Mayawati dumps Congress, and farmers are at the receiving end

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Gandhi’s vision becoming a ‘spectacle’, and the unsafe streets of Lucknow

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