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The ‘all-important’ index finger and Modi’s love for mangoes

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.

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The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.


Nala Ponnappa | Economic and Political Weekly

Ponnappa illustrates the importance of index finger in the context of people’s right to vote in this crucial Lok Sabha elections.

Satish Acharya | Twitter

Satish Acharya takes a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 2014 poll promises, which he seemed to have left unfulfilled even as he speaks of his love for mangoes in an interview to Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar.


Manjul | Firstpost

Manjul weighs in on the code of conduct violations allegedly by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Satish Acharya | Sportstar Web

Satish Acharya illustrates the dependence of the Indian cricket team and the Chennai Super Kings on M.S. Dhoni.


Alok Nirantar | Sakal Media Group

Alok takes a dig at the Election Commission that gave five clean chits to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, adding to the growing suspicion that this election lacks a level-playing field.

Satish Acharya | NewsSting

Satish Acharya also weighs in on the clean chits given by the Election Commission to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his alleged code of conduct violations.

Mika Aziz | Twitter

The cartoon weighs in on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent remark that former PM Rajiv Gandhi died as Bhrastachari no. 1″ (Corrupt No. 1). Rajiv Gandhi’s son and Congress president Rahul Gandhi had raised the ‘Chowkidar Chor Hain’ slogan to target Modi, whom he had accused of acting illegally in the Rafale deal.


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