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Last Laughs– The Best Indian Cartoons (September 30 – October 6)

The best Indian cartoons of the week, chosen by senior editors of ThePrint. The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print...

Last Laughs – The Best Indian Cartoons (September 23 – September 29)

The best Indian cartoons of the week, chosen by senior editors of ThePrint.

Last Laughs– The Best Indian Cartoons (September 16 – September 22)

The best political cartoons of the week chosen by ThePrint's editors.

Last Laughs – The Best Indian Cartoons (September 9 – September15)

The best Indian cartoons of the week, chosen by senior editors of ThePrint.

Last Laughs (Best of political cartoons from 3 – 8 September)

The best political cartoons of the week picked by ThePrint's editors.

Last Laughs – The Best Indian Cartoons (July 29 – August 4)

The best Indian cartoons of the week, chosen by senior editors of ThePrint. The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print...

Last Laughs– The Best Indian Cartoons (July 22 – July 28)

The best Indian cartoons of the week, chosen by senior editors of ThePrint. Lead cartoon by Jayachandran, published in Mint on 28 July.

Last Laughs – The Best Indian Cartoons (July 15 – July 21)

The best Indian cartoons of the week, chosen by senior editors of ThePrint. The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print...

Last Laughs – The Best Indian Cartoons (July 1 – July 7)

The best Indian cartoons of the week, chosen by senior editors of ThePrint. The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print...

Last Laughs – The Best Indian Cartoons (June 24 – June 30)

The best Indian cartoons of the week, chosen by senior editors of ThePrint. The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media and are credited appropriately.

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