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Kirtish Bhatt draws on a court in Gujarat sentencing a man to six months in jail for ‘endangering lives’ by letting stray cattle loose on the streets. In the illustration, the man punished by the court is seen saying: “So is there no such thing as freedom of cows?”
Alok Nirantar highlights how Maharashtra, which was engrossed in the politics surrounding Shivaji, now has to contend with Karnataka over a border dispute. After Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai said he is ‘seriously considering’ claiming Jath Taluk from Maharashtra, many construed it as Bommai’s response to the Eknath Shinde-led government’s move to appoint two ministers to track the Belagavi border dispute in the court.
Sajith Kumar plays on the Centre’s Rozgar Mela initiative in the backdrop of elections in several states, including BJP-ruled Gujarat. Prime Minister Narendra Modi handed over 71,000 appointment letters to newly inducted recruits via video conferencing Tuesday.
The global public health threat of more and more people becoming resistant to antibiotics is showcased by Sorit on the occasion of World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, which is observed from 18 to 24 November every year.
Nala Ponnappa refers to the LGBTQ OneLove armband controversy in Qatar after Fifa warned seven football teams of penalising them for wearing rainbow armbands. Same-sex relationships are illegal in the Gulf country which is hosting Fifa World Cup 2022.