As anticipated, Imran Khan is poised to become the next Prime Minister of Pakistan, presumably with the support of Pakistan army. Though the 1992 Cricket World Cup winning captain denies any tie-up with the army, he had hinted that he won’t mind working with army. Mail Today cartoon You can support my work by subscribing
Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis encounters yet another challenge after Maratha protest demanding reservation returns to haunt him.
Long before Narendra Modi started blaming Nehru, PV Narasimharao was Congressmen’s choice to shift all the blames. PVN was Congressmen’s favourite punchbag! Mani Shankar Aiyar blamed former PM PVN for the demolition of Babri masjid. This cartoon was done in 2011 for Mid-Day newspaper.
Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray’s comment condemning BJP’s politics over cows, forced people read the statement again and again. For a change, Shiv Sena was talking sense, in spite of party’s violent efforts in the name of Hindutva in Maharashtra.
Was Home Minister Rajnath Singh right in labeling 1984 Sikh massacre as a ‘lynching’ incident? Only political pundits can analyse that. But do the ‘lynching’ incidents lead to political gains through polarisation? History says YES! Mail Today cartoon
According to govt’s release Rs. 1,484 crore was spend on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign trips during Modi Sarkar’s regime.
The cruel attitude of the police in Alwar lynching incident is deplorable. What kind of people can sit beside a victim who was seriously injured, was in great pain and pleading for medical attention. Mail Today cartoon. And here’s the original cartoon I had done, with a speech bubble. The editor suggested the cartoon works […]
Congress has chosen Rahul Gandhi as PM candidate from the party. Remember Sonia Gandhi once told Rahul that power is poison. Will Rahul be accepted by the other opposition parties? Will he be able to cope up with the coalition pressure, in case of a fractured mandate in 2019? Mail Today cartoon
Rahul Gandhi hugging PM Narendra Modi in the Parliament became a front page visual. But BJP slammed the Congress Chief for the hug, called it childish. Even PM Modi didn’t like the hug, rejecting it in an animated way! Mail Today cartoon
The opposition, in spite of Sonia Gandhi’s claim, knew that they didn’t have numbers and the defeat in No-trust vote is imminent. The justification they gave for this motion was, to force Prime Minister Modi to talk in the Parliament, about the various issues bothering the country.