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The falling rupee, and the source of the ‘leaked’ surgical strike video

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

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

Satish Acharya | Mail Today

In Mail Today, Satish Acharya draws on the plight of the H.D. Kumaraswamy-led Congress-JD(S) coalition government in Karnataka, which is said to be grappling with deep differences over the CM’s decision to table a full budget.

Arvind TM | Twitter

Cartoonist Arvind takes a dig at the falling value of the rupee.

Ishtayeque Ansari

Ishtayeque Ansari suggests that the rising prices and poor socio-economic index in the country may be solved by voting the BJP out of power in 2019.

Sajith Kumar

After the footage of the Uri surgical strikes was ‘leaked’ to certain television channels, cartoonist Sajith Kumar suggests that the Army is probably being used as a tool in a game of political one-upmanship.

EP Unny | The Indian Express

E.P. Unny takes a jab at the government’s decision to scrap the University Grants Commission for a single higher education body. Several Indian intellectuals employed by the government have chosen to return to a university career abroad instead of sticking around.

Madhav Joshi | Dainik Jagran

Madhav Joshi in Dainik Jagran illustrates the import tariff standoff between India and the US.

Irfan | Twitter

Irfan pokes fun at the Rajasthan labour department’s directive that employees should not report to work in jeans and t-shirt.

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