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In today’s featured cartoon, Alok Nirantar pokes fun at Union Minister Amit Shah, suggesting that the ED probe against NCP Chief Sharad Pawar may just backfire as a blunderous self-goal.
As Antigua’s Prime Minister calls Punjab National Bank scam-accused Mehul Choksi a “crook” who they will soon extradite, R. Prasad points out the irony in how Choksi has gone from being wanted in India to unwanted elsewhere.
Nala Ponnappa suggests that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s United Nations General Assembly address may have stayed true to script while Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech, on the other hand, sounded like a one-note rant peppered with threats of nuclear war.
Sandeep Adhwarya critiques the tragic state of apathy in the country.
Manjul depicts how NCP Chief Sharad Pawar might have to battle the Maharashtra polls with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis while being probed by the ED.