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Critique in caricature: Is political cartooning a dying art, or is there hope for its future?
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Critique in caricature: Is political cartooning a dying art, o...

Amid a generation growing up on memes and gifs, have staff cuts and dwindling freelance budgets sentenced political cartoons to a decline? The post Critique in caricature: Is political cartooning a dying art, or is there hope for its future? appeared first on ... First Post.com, 2 months ago

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Amit Shah calls Mahatma Gandhi 'chatur baniya', sparks political row

Bharatiya Janata Party chief Amit Shah dubbed Mahatma Gandhi as a "bahut chatur baniya", a reference to his mercantile caste, sparking a political row with the Congress and other opposition parties demanding an apology from him for insulting the Father of the Nation. Shah made the reference to the mercantile caste to which Gandhi was born while telling a select audience of "prominent citizens" in Raipur on Friday how the "bahut chatur baniya" (very shrewd baniya) had rightly advised ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Harjit Sajjan cartoon sparks outrage among Sikhs in Canada

A cartoon carried by Canadian publications showing under fire Indian-origin Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan stewing in a cauldron has sparked outrage among the Sikh community members who say it resembles images of Sikh religious figures who were tortured.
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Toon turtles & tigers talk global warming: Here's Rohan Chakravarty's Green Humour

Imagine living out your life drawing deliciously humourous cartoons about the environment, feeling good about doing something right, and getting recognised for it. One can't imagine it, honestly, because one can't draw to save one's life. But that's not the ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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An Obituary For The Painfully Misunderstood Pepe The Frog

Pepe the Frog , a fictional amphibian both beloved and abhorred by Americans of varying political persuasions, has died . Drawn into creation in 2005, he passed away tragically at the hands of his creator, artist Matt Furie, on Saturday. Birthed in Microsoft ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago

As Thailand restricts internet freedom, cyber activists work to keep an open web

On June 9 2017, a Thai man was sentenced to 35 years in jail for sharing Facebook posts. The crime: he allegedly defamed the king. This harsh sentence is just one example of Thailand’s increasing repression in the digital sphere. Since the 2014 coup, ...
 catchnews.com1 day ago
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Paw power: China plans 100 panda-shaped solar plants on new Silk Road

BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - In a country where you can find everything from chopsticks to slippers designed to look like pandas, one Chinese energy company is going a step further by building 100 solar farms shaped like the bears along the route of the ...
 Sify2 days ago
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Who deserves to be India's President

'It was never the quality of the CV that defined an incumbent's performance or legacy.''It was that other, unquantifiable quality: Stature,' says Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: President Pranab Mukherjee with his likely successor, Ram Nath Kovind. Photograph: Kind courtesy @presidentofindiarb/Facebook Whether Ram Nath Kovind has the credentials to be India's 14th Rashtrapati or not is now a non-question. His committed backers will read his many achievements in public life 'in spite of' his humble ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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'I wanted to become a superstar'

'I have been tagged the next superstar for a long time, but I have not reached that stage.''So it's very important to accept your failures, not be in denial.''Those films happened because I chose them.''Nobody put a gun to my head and asked me to sign them.' IMAGE: Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif in Jagga Jasoos. "When I am not shooting, I grow a beard. I feel too lazy to shave," Ranbir Kapoor explains his unshaven look as he settles down to discuss Jagga Jasoos with the media. He speaks softly ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Most Important PM: Israeli media gushes over Modi

Indian Prime Minister landed in Israel on Tuesday for a historic visit as he is the first Indian Prime Minister to do so. The day before, the Jerusalem Post reported on Benjamin Netanyahu previewing the visit stating, “This visit will strengthen cooperation ...
 Sify3 weeks ago
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