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In today’s featured cartoon, R Prasad references the fact that Saturn is now the new ‘moon king’, and symbolises hungry people amid the economic slowdown as ‘celestial bodies’ calling out to corporate bodies for help.
Sajith Kumar satirises the over two-month-long ‘freeze’ in Kashmir by depicting a tourist from Delhi arriving to enjoy it.
Kirtish Bhatt wonders if the ‘evil eye’ lemons used to ward off negativity from India’s newly acquired Rafale jet might also ward off its economic woes.
Manjul also takes a dig at Defence Minister Rajnath Singh’s ‘shastra pooja’ (weapon worship) in France.
Mika Aziz weighs in on RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s Vijayadashami speech, in which he dismissed claims that India was suffering from recession, adding that a recession is only when the growth rate goes below 0 per cent.
Alok Nirantar takes a jibe at BJP’s Maharashtra election campaign, which has been playing on the scrapping of Article 370.