The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.
In today’s featured cartoon, Alok Nirantar illustrates a fictional conversation between RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das and PM Narendra Modi about youngsters’ increasing interest in cryptocurrency. Flagging his concerns for the second time in a week, Das had said Tuesday that there are “far deeper issues” involved in virtual currencies that could pose a threat to India’s financial stability.
After Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation imposed a ban on the sale of non-vegetarian food items at stalls alongside public roads, E.P. Unny wonders if the carts will be pushed all the way to Goa, ahead of assembly polls in the state next year.
R. Prasad has a political leader giving his two cents on the recent ban on stalls selling non-vegetarian food in Ahmedabad.
Manjul’s takes a dig at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s statement that Chandragupta defeated Alexander but historians did not describe him as “great”.
Sandeep Adhwaryu refers to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s recent statement drawing a distinction between Hinduism and Hindutva.
Sajith Kumar shows a taxpayer standing near the newly inaugurated 341 km-long Purvanchal Expressway with a disclaimer looming over his head warning him against political potshots being taken ahead of upcoming assembly polls in the state.
On the occasion of National Press Day (observed on 16 November), Kirtish Bhatt reflects on the current equation between the media and the political leadership.
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