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In today’s featured cartoon, Satish Acharya takes a potshot at PM Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah for their poor governance and issues such as inflation, unemployment and protests against the amended Citizenship Act plaguing the country.
Kirtish Bhatt takes a jibe at the Mumbai University after it sent Professor Yogesh Soman on forced leave for allegedly criticising Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
Manjul also reflects on the issue of Professor Soman being sent on forced leave.
Nala Ponnappa reflects on Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s statement earlier this week in which he said that the amended Citizenship Act was “just bad”.
R. Prasad shades light on Army Chief General Manoj Naravane’s recent comment, in which he said that scrapping of Article 370 was a historic step.
Sajith Kumar takes a potshot at JNU Vice Chancellor Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar.
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