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In today’s featured cartoon, Manjul depicts senior advocate Prashant Bhushan’s polite ‘sorry, not sorry’ kind of response to the Supreme Court when the latter asked him to apologise for tweets which the top court deemed contemptuous.
Sajith Kumar takes a jibe at the education ministry for reducing CBSE syllabus but refusing to find a solution to the problem of unequal access to online learning among students amid the pandemic.
Surendra illustrates on the Supreme Court’s decision to deny a CAG audit of the PM CARES Fund.
Kirtish Bhatt illustrates on ‘ways’ of creating jobs, even amid a pandemic.
Alok Nirantar reminds the CBI of its many unsolved cases as it takes over the investigation into actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. He also suggests that the demand for the CBI to take over the probe seems politically motivated.
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