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In today’s featured cartoon, Sajith Kumar pokes fun at the Finance Ministry’s dark days by comparing it to Mumbai’s power outage, which ground the city to a halt.
Kirtish Bhatt scoffs at the festival bonuses announced for government employees.
Sandeep Adhwaryu looks at the JD(U)’s alliance with the BJP, echoing the same ominous warning as many political analysts — that Nitish Kumar might get snubbed by the BJP top brass.
Alok Nirantar jokes that with the civil lawsuit filed by 38 film production houses and film bodies against Republic TV and Times Now, along with some of their anchors, Salman Khan has finally answered Arnab Goswami’s persistent calls and will be waiting for the news anchor in the Delhi High Court.
E.P. Unny looks at how the police has busied itself with other matters while really serious issues are ignored.
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