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India ‘hand in glove’ with Dhoni & Modi’s wait for ‘monsoon clouds’ to hide slowdown blues

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors of ThePrint.

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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.

Satish Acharya | The New Indian Express

Satish Acharya takes a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah for the economic slowdown by alluding to Modi’s remark made last month that clouds could prevent Pakistani radars from detecting Indian fighter jets during the Balakot air strikes.

Manjul | Patriot Talks

Manjul takes a dig at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for announcing free metro and bus rides for women, which many people dismissed as election gimmick. Delhi Assembly elections are slated for early next year.

Neelabh Banerjee | Twitter

In today’s featured cartoon, Neelabh Banerjee weighs in on the controversy surrounding M.S. Dhoni who sported on his wicket-keeping gloves the ‘Balidaan’ (supreme sacrifice) dagger insignia of the Indian Army’s formidable special forces during a World Cup match. The International Cricket Council (ICC), which oversees the game, has objected to this.

Nala Ponnappa | Twitter

Nala Ponnappa takes a jibe at Pakistan in the wake of the controversy surrounding M.S. Dhoni for sporting the dagger insignia. The cartoonist suggests that a Pakistan’s wicket-keeper’s gloves may feature terrorist Masood Azhar as a sign of patriotism.

Kaak cartoonist | Twitter

Kaak cartoonist weighs in on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s hiring of poll consultant Prashant Kishor.

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