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The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.

In today’s featured image, Sajith Kumar thinks he knows where Home Minister Amit Shah is after rumours about his ill-health started doing the rounds, later dispelled by him.

Manjul | Twitter

Manjul hopes the clarity of the ‘air’ will help us see the mounting problems of the migrant workers.

Kirtish Bhatt || BBC Hindi

Kirtish Bhatt’s powerful cartoon on the chapatis left behind on the tracks after at least 16 migrants lose their lives to a tragic train accident in Maharashtra.

Alok Nirantar | Sakal Media Group

Alok Nirantar wishes former prime minister Manmohan Singh a speedy recovery.

Satish Acharya |

Satish Acharya takes a dig at the goverment”s ‘exit plan’ and the alleged under-utilisation of funds in PM CARES

Swathi Vadlamudi | Twitter

Swathi Vadlamudi reminds us of the children who were never able to reach their mothers, this mother’s day.

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  1. “Modi Prime Minister of India”
    Modi & Amit Shah are Kathputlis (Puppets) powerless operated from RSS head quarter Nagpure.
    Modi & Amit Shah bond to restore “Hindutva” Social Order! Spreading fear, hate rate & Hindu Muslim as per RSS agenda for BJP existence / survival.

  2. Can someone or the FM or HM or the economic Advisor tell us first do they have a heart to change labor laws and have they really cared about the migrants,,, BULL,,, and then of the package,,,,, As of now only in words,,,, how much is there from the CARES as well as other taxes and increase in petrol and diesel proportion,,,,, we have heard and been 4th old lies before,, is this another white one,, where migrants were not even mentioned in the long seemingly emo speech

  3. What hypocrisy, do you or any of those political punks raising a brouhaha about the migrants’ plight, really care for the migrants ? My foot !!!
    It’s but a desperate way of trying to hurt, if not Modi, his image at least !! It’s all in vain though, as the whole world lauds Modi as a great leader, especially in these days of the pandemic !!


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