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How political parties are wooing voters via social media
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Online persuaders of the political kind

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Jail ignites heartburn in Sasikala’s political dream

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 One India4 days ago Works of cartoonist Raobail on display till December 31  Deccan Herald2 months ago My cartoons are for entertainment, not commentary:US cartoonist  Business Standard2 months ago

Malaysian political cartoonist Zunar arrested under sedition law

Malaysian political cartoonist Zulkiflee Anwar Ulhaque, or Zunar as he is popularly known, was arrested on Saturday under the country's Sedition Act for cartoons that allegedly insulted Prime Minister Najib Razak. 54-year-old Zunar would be held for a day to ...
 Reuters2 months ago

Middle East cartoonists show anger over Trump's visa ban

Lahore, Feb 1 (IANS) US President Donald Trump as a dinosaur with a concrete wall for a tail, of Trump as a member of the white supremacist Ku Klux Klan with the slogan "The Un-Islamic State of America" -- are among the cartoons posted by Middle East artists ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

Cartoonist Ponnappa is 'Coorg Person of the Year'

Renowned cartoonist Nala Ponnappa, known for his off-beat tongue-in-cheek humour, is the Coorg Person of the Year 2016. Ponnappa was selected for the honour in a poll conducted by www.coorgtourismin-fo.com, Kodagu's first news portal, promoted by senior ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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From joining the AIADMK to being fired, Panneerselvam's political journey in 3 steps

From joining the AIADMK to being fired, Panneerselvam's political journey in 3 steps O Panneerselvam has said that he would work on Amma's path and would prove his majority in the Assembly. Published: Thursday, February 9, 2017, 10:31 [IST] Subscribe to ...
 One India1 week ago
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Is Shiv Sena changing the goalposts again?

From son of soil to Hindutva and from the BJP to Hardik Patel, the Shiv Sena has changed its stand time to time to reinvent itself, notes Aditi Phadnis. Ahead of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation elections (which incidentally features at least one candidate with assets over Rs 680 crore), the Sena broke ties with the Bharatiya Janata Party in Maharashtra. But last we checked, ministers from the Shiv Sena continued to serve in the Union Cabinet. They don't seem to be going anywhere. The ...
 Rediff.com22 hours ago

Lokendra Kalvi of Karni Sena speaks about Padmavati controversy

Mr Lokendra Singh Kalvi, chief of Karni Sena in a telephonic exclusive with Bollywood Hungama 's Faridoon Shahryar spoke about the Padmavati controversy and why he wants precious censorship of Hindi films based on historical subjects. The conversation was ...
 Bollywood Hungama6 days ago
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Pepe The Frog Artist Continues On His Mission To Make Frogs Chill Again

Frogs are, as far as the animal kingdom goes, pretty peaceful creatures. With slimy bodies and bulging eyes, they enjoy chilling by ponds in groups of frog friends, croaking during mating season, and using their sticky tongues to catch slugs, spiders or ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago

A dangerous new world: Governance by social media

'You worry when serious people, with control of our and our children's future, begin to start obsessing over social media, seeing it as an easy, lazy, fun, low-cost substitute for boring, old-fashioned practices of politics, governance and serious, fact-based debate,' says Shekhar Gupta.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Over the past couple of weeks, we have seen social media show its real powers. It created most significant global headlines as Presidents Donald Trump and Enrique ...
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