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In today’s featured cartoon, Swathi Vadlamudi takes a pot shot at PM Narendra Modi’s ‘friendship’ with US President Donald Trump. In a press briefing, Trump ‘threatened’ India with retaliation if it didn’t release an export order of hydroxychloroquine, a drug used to cure malaria that many are using in Covid-19 treatments as well. India decided Tuesday to partially lift the ban on the export of this drug.
Nala Ponappa wonders if India has its priorities straight, in light of the decision to partially lift the ban on hydroxychloroquine.
Manjul condemns the ironic ‘celebrations’ by bursting fire-crackers that Indians observed amidst the pandemic when many are losing lives on a daily basis.
Illustrating the morning after of the ‘diya jalao’ exercise, Sajith Kumar illustrates that things remain as they were.
As a tiger in USA contracts coronavirus, Kirtish Bhatt muses what the big cats must be thinking.
Alok Nirantar’s sharp barb at China’s opaque communication with the rest of the world, especially on the novel coronavirus.
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