Australian cricketer Steve Smith apologises to cricket fans all over the world for his involvement in ball-tampering incident. Teary-eyed Smith wants to return as a better cricketer. Mail Today cartoon
Breaking news on news channels should now be called ‘Leaking News’ as so many ‘leak’ episodes are in the news. These leaking instances pose a serious threat to the Iron-man image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
CBSE maths question paper was leaked leading to re-exam. Exams drain students mentally and re-exams shatters their belief in the system, which promises to protect their interests. Can’t we provide them foolproof exams in this age of technological wonders? Mail Today cartoon.
The way to voter’s heart is seems to be through ‘data’! Our political parties believe in taking this data-route to know and win voters!
The intended or unintended leaks are not stopping. The Election Commission was embarrassed when a news channel and IT cell heads of two major political parties announced the dates of Karnataka polls before them. Mail Today cartoon
Amit Shah goofed up when he inadvertently said Yeddyurappa govt will be No.1 in corruption, if there’s a contest(while quoting a retired Supreme Court judge) Though Amit Shah corrected himself immediately, this video clip has been widely circulated and made fun of. The making of this cartoon video in real time is here
Karnataka has been on poll-mode almost for the last one year. Now all eyes are on Karnataka assembly election. Karnataka goes to poll on May 12th and the fate of Siddaramaiah & Yeddyurappa will be revealed on May 15th. Mail Today cartoon
Kannadigas are worried about the forceful Hindi imposition in Karnataka, which could hamper the growth of the local language Kannada. During the campaigns for the assembly elections, Kannadigas encountered another worry!
India’s two prominent political parties, BJP & Congress are fighting ferociously over their apps and data theft. Meanwhile a large section of the society, who are both data-less and atta-less, are still battling it out there to get their next meal. Mail Today cartoon