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In today’s featured cartoon, Kirtish Bhatt makes a pointed statement on media freedom in light of National Press Day, which was observed Saturday.
The Odisha government is under fire for a booklet distributed in schools that attributes Mahatma Gandhi’s death to “accidental reasons”. R. Prasad suggests that Gandhi’s experiments with that hazardous substance called “truth” might have had something to do with the “accident”.
Manjul on the Supreme Court’s fresh clean chit to the Modi government vis-a-vis alleged irregularities in the Rafale deal, an issue former Congress president Rahul Gandhi made one of his primary campaign planks this Lok Sabha eletions.
Alok Nirantar on the back-and-forth among allies and rivals in Maharashtra, which has been placed under President’s Rule after all parties failed to stake claim to form the government in time.
Sandeep Adhwaryu on Delhi’s pollution crisis.