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New York Times to stop publishing political cartoons after Benjamin Netanyahu caricature causes anti-Semitism row
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New York Times to stop publishing political cartoons after Benjamin Netanyahu caricature causes anti-Semitism row

The New York Times has announced it will no longer include daily political cartoons in its international edition, weeks after apologising for publishing a caricature of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

No Laughing Matter: A compilation of BR Ambedkar cartoons viewed through an anti-caste lens
Life

No Laughing Matter: A compilation of BR Ambedkar cartoons viewed through an anti-caste lens

No Laughing Matter is a study of BR Ambedkar in retrospect, in which the protagonist appears more tangible to us, with readers being allowed to ‘see’ and understand him through a documented history of illustrations.

Lok Sabha polls: From dusty campaign trails to sleek social media, political parties leave no terrain to woo youths, seek more votes
Politics

Lok Sabha polls: From dusty campaign trails to sleek social media, political parties leave no terrain to woo youths, seek more votes

Social media has made it a lot easier for political parties to get out their message to more voters. But nowadays, India’s masses want politics served with more pizzazz.

Narendra Modi releases Timeless Laxman book in Mumbai, hails 'healing power' of cartoons
India

Narendra Modi releases Timeless Laxman book in Mumbai, hails 'healing power' of cartoons

Narendra Modi said, "Laxman was not just an individual but a fundamental thread that held together crores of common people and their hearts".

From BoJack Horseman to Rick and Morty, how cartoons captured an adult audience worldwide
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From BoJack Horseman to Rick and Morty, how cartoons captured an adult audience worldwide

Are we watching more cartoons for adults because like-humoured people from our generation are making so many of them? Or are they making more cartoons for adults because we’re bingeing these shows on Netflix?

Critique in caricature: Is political cartooning a dying art, or is there hope for its future?
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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?

Saamana cartoon shot Shiv Sena in the foot by hurting Maratha sentiments
Politics

Saamana cartoon shot Shiv Sena in the foot by hurting Maratha sentiments

The Shiv Sena scored a self-goal by publishing a cartoon that mocks the Maratha Muk (silent) Morcha at a time when the dominant caste of Marathas is up in arms over the most emotive issue of stern action against the rapist of a girl from the community

Shiv Sena faces major flak because of Saamana cartoon: Can you spot the irony?
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Shiv Sena faces major flak because of Saamana cartoon: Can you spot the irony?

The Shiv Sena was born from a weekly cartoon magazine and now it is in trouble for publishing a cartoon

Became CM with this very nose, its a 'good charm': Akhilesh Yadav
Politics

Became CM with this very nose, its a 'good charm': Akhilesh Yadav

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Monday said he has no problems with his nose being the defining feature of his face and he thinks it's a "good charm".

RIP 'The Man of 1,000 voices': Joe Alaskey, the voice of iconic cartoon characters, passes away
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RIP 'The Man of 1,000 voices': Joe Alaskey, the voice of iconic cartoon characters, passes away

Joe Alaskey, the voice behind some of the most beloved cartoon characters including Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny and Tweety Bird, has died at the age of 63.

Not funny: Anti-establishment cartoonist arrested for illegally running a webpage  in Egypt
World

Not funny: Anti-establishment cartoonist arrested for illegally running a webpage in Egypt

An cartoonist, whose work is occasionally critical of government figures, was arrested in Egypt's capital, Cairo, on Sunday and charged with running a webpage without a license, the country's Interior Ministry said in a statement.

To infinity and beyond: In the last 15 years, Pixar has taken animated cinema to new heights
Entertainment

To infinity and beyond: In the last 15 years, Pixar has taken animated cinema to new heights

Pixar has been responsible for some important milestones achieved in animated cinema over the last 15 years.

Farewell RK Laxman: Your Common Man is needed more than ever now
Life

Farewell RK Laxman: Your Common Man is needed more than ever now

If there was ever a time when we needed the sharpness of RK Laxman's vision and the unwavering and unbiased honesty of his Common Man, it is perhaps today.

Laxman’s tongue-in-cheek humor was a stroke of genius, says HDFC's Parekh
Business

Laxman’s tongue-in-cheek humor was a stroke of genius, says HDFC's Parekh

Raghuram Rajan, Reserve Bank of India governor, says Laxman pinned down the bane of the common man--inflation. He says that the famed cartoonist understood the hopes and aspirations of the common man, as well as his daily travails

Charlie Hebdo co-founder claims editor 'dragged his team to their deaths'
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Charlie Hebdo co-founder claims editor 'dragged his team to their deaths'

In a fairly controversial statement, one of the founder members of the Charlie Hebdo magazine has blamed the slain editor for "dragging his team to their deaths."

'All is forgiven': Charlie Hebdo's new cover shows Prophet Muhammad holding 'Je Suis Charlie' sign
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'All is forgiven': Charlie Hebdo's new cover shows Prophet Muhammad holding 'Je Suis Charlie' sign

Charlie Hebdo released a front page of what it called the "survivors' issue", featuring a crying Muhammed in a white turban and holding a sign that reads "Je suis Charlie" under the words: "All is forgiven".

Charlie Hebdo's upcoming edition to feature caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed
World

Charlie Hebdo's upcoming edition to feature caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed

This week's edition of Charlie Hebdo will defiantly feature caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed.

Mumbai police block over 650 controversial Charlie Hebdo posts on social media
World

Mumbai police block over 650 controversial Charlie Hebdo posts on social media

The Mumbai police blocked over 650 posts or pages on a social media site for uploading controversial cartoons of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

#JeSuisCharlie? No I'm not really Charlie Hebdo; Here's why
World

#JeSuisCharlie? No I'm not really Charlie Hebdo; Here's why

The trending hashtags #JeSuisCharlie and #IAmCharlie do not mean the world supports freedom of speech and expression.

Dilbert lampoons India's anti-gay ruling in new comic strip
World

Dilbert lampoons India's anti-gay ruling in new comic strip

The creator of Dilbert, cartoonist Scott Adams, used his comic strip to throw his weight behind the Indian LGBT community - but some American newspapers were shy of running the strip in question.