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In today’s featured cartoon, Manjul has whipped up a ‘special’ lava cake to mark Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 70th birthday.
Alok Nirantar highlights the current situation of many in the country to take a dig at the government’s plans of a new parliament building. Tata group won the contract for the project with a bid Rs 861.90 crore.
Here, Sandeep Adhwaryu illustrates the Supreme Court judgment on Sudarshan TV’s show that claims there is a ‘UPSC Jihad’ happening. This at a time while hate speeches during the February Delhi riots are yet to be fully investigated.
Mika Aziz speculates on what could be the decisive factor in the ruling for the Babri Masjid demolition case, scheduled for 30 September.
E P Unny on the lack of question hour in Parliament, and how focussing on India’s health crisis is more important than ‘silencing’ criticism.
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