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In today’s featured cartoon, Nala Ponnappa illustrates Home Minister Amit Shah’s remarks Saturday that Hindi should be the national language of India.
Manjul draws a parallel between the failed soft-landing of ISRO’s Chandrayaan-2 and the current economic situation under the Narendra Modi government.
Kirtish Bhatt also weighs in on the issue of language, describing the fate of the common platitude — ‘I respect all languages’.
Sandeep Adhwaryu highlights that the last time the Union government tried to impose Hindi as the national language in the 1960s, it sparked anti-Hindi riots in Tamil Nadu.
With assembly polls nearing in many states, cartoonist Alok Nirantar comments on the successful poaching of MLAs by dominant political parties.