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Jul 03, 2017
Iran organises 'Trumpism' cartoon contest showcasing artwork mocking US presidentIranians have organized a "Trumpism" cartoon contest in which hundreds of participants were invited to submit artwork mocking the US leader.
Jun 14, 2017
ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Sri Lanka's loss to Pakistan through the eyes of Ranjit FernandoSri Lanka's loss to Pakistan in the Champions Trophy would have left the members of the Sri Lankan cricket fraternity and supporters heartbroken, including their team manager and commentary ‘legend’, Ranjit Fernando.
Jun 01, 2017
Rajasthan HC judge's remarks unmask the real 'alternative facts' about the virtuous peacocksRajasthan High Court judge's revelations about peacocks inspired us to do a special investigation, which unmasks some startling 'alternative facts'.
May 28, 2017
The Nationalist Manifesto; or how to win arguments and influence anti-nationalsThese 12 easy steps will hep you burn up social media with your nationalism in no time! Take that, anti-nationals.
May 18, 2017
Hindi Medium quick review: Irrfan Khan's film makes you laugh but doesn't hit you hardHindi Medium oscillates from a satire to a social commentary so it may confuse, but it never fails to entertain.
May 13, 2017
Critique in caricature: Is political cartooning a dying art, or is there hope for its future?Amid a generation growing up on memes and gifs, have staff cuts and dwindling freelance budgets sentenced political cartoons to a decline?
Apr 02, 2017
Facebook's stories feature proves Mark Zuckerberg is the Pritam of Silicon ValleyLast week, Mark Zuckerberg and his team of engineers came up with a path-breaking feature on Facebook called Snapchat. But they called it 'stories'.
Apr 01, 2017
Donald Trump to issue an executive order to ban Facebook across USDonald Trump will soon issue an executive order to ban Facebook in the country.
Mar 26, 2017
Just for laughs: India's obsession with slapstick humour sounds death knell for budding satiristsThe obsession with slapstick humour is ingrained in every Indian because of years of socialisation and conditioning to a myopic definition of comedy.
Feb 25, 2017
Donald Trump era: Political satire has its place in resistance, but it must lead to organisingHumour definitely has its place in resistance, but we must remember that humour and culture do not replace organising. Humour shelters us from the world for a period of time, but eventually we must reemerge, rejuvenated and ready to fight.