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Katarnaware vs Trivedi: Both sides speak out loud

Sep 10, 2012

Katarnaware vs Trivedi: Both sides speak out loud

While Amit Katarnaware, a third year law student at DY Patil Law College in Navi Mumbai, whose complaint led to Aseem Trivedi's arrest, says the latter had to right to disrespect the national flag, the latter's friends defends his creative freedom. #WhatTheySaid #Aseem Trivedi #Cartoons against Corruption
Cartoonist sent to judicial custody on sedition charges

Sep 09, 2012

Cartoonist sent to judicial custody on sedition charges

Popular Mumbai cartoonist Aseem Trivedi who was arrested on charges of displaying "ugly and obscene content" was sent to judicial custody till 16 September #NewsTracker #India against corruption #Aseem Trivedi #Cartoons against Corruption

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Cartoonist sent to judicial custody on sedition charges

Aug 20, 2014

First Dog on the Moon on ... the (F)icac show

First Dog on the Moon introduces the Federal Independent Commission Against Corruption Show Having trouble viewing this cartoon? Click here Get all your needs met at the First Dog shop if what you need is First Dog merchandise and prints Sign up here...
Cartoonist sent to judicial custody on sedition charges

Aug 01, 2014

Letter: Gov't is its own worst enemy

The Moreland Commission to Investigate Public Corruption needed to be apolitical, which was impossible ["Moreland panel's story still evolving," Spin Cycle, July 28]. Frankly, the real problem is expansive and excessive government power. The more pow...