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Maharashtra’s sugar factories gulp more and unending power cuts in Kashmir

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Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief and cartoonist Raj Thackeray takes a dig at the state government for its move to give Rs 550 crore to loss-making sugar factories amid severe drought conditions in the state. Thackeray suggests that the government wants the factories to “swallow in peace”.

Rajasthan PatrikaAhead of the Rajasthan polls, Rajasthan Patrika depicts common people as saying that it is better to be a rebel to draw a better fortune amid the election season.

Gihan De Chickera | Sri Lankan political cartoons

Sri Lankan cartoonist Gihan De Chickera comments on the recent ‘entertaining’ brawl in the country’s Parliament following the no-confidence vote against Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse.

Suhail Naqshbandi | Greater Kashmir

In Greater Kashmir, Suhail Naqshbandi highlights the issue of power cuts during winter in the Valley. The cartoonist depicts a young Kashmiri boy who goes through his entire life complaining about power cuts.

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