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Kapil's Devils' Day of Glory: Read a comic on Team India's historic 1983 Cricket World Cup win
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Kapil's Devils' Day of Glory: Read a comic on Team India's historic 1983 Cricket World Cup win

On 25 June 1983, the Indian cricket team led by captain Kapil Dev faced off against West Indies at Lord's, for the final of the Prudential Cup. That match marked India's first-ever Cricket World Cup win. On its 37th anniversary, sports writer and caricaturist Austin Coutinho looks back on the highlights of India's victory.

Why Sumukhi Suresh can't help but leave a bit (or a lot) of herself in her fiction show and stand-up special
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Why Sumukhi Suresh can't help but leave a bit (or a lot) of herself in her fiction show and stand-up special

Comic Sumukhi Suresh discusses presenting a rare female 'stalker' in her Amazon Prime Original Pushpavalli, and why she refrains from big-girl jokes now.

Infinity Wars #6 review: Marvel's run-of-the-mill series comes to an end with a disappointing grand finale
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Infinity Wars #6 review: Marvel's run-of-the-mill series comes to an end with a disappointing grand finale

Infinity Wars is ultimately a run-of-the-mill comic book story which saves its moment of greatest impact on the greater Marvel universe for the final pages.

The Illustrated Women's Guide to Yogabuse: A #MeTooIndia story, told through a webcomic
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The Illustrated Women's Guide to Yogabuse: A #MeTooIndia story, told through a webcomic

The Illustrated Women's Guide to Yogabuse is a project jointly created by Wandering Hands

Marvel's Infinity Wars #3 review: Details world-altering revelations, but stakes remain elusive
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Marvel's Infinity Wars #3 review: Details world-altering revelations, but stakes remain elusive

Who is really in control? That’s the key question that readers of the third installment of Infinity Wars are going to have on their mind.

Marvel's Infinity Wars #2 review: A strange action-packed issue, but with a promise of better to come
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Marvel's Infinity Wars #2 review: A strange action-packed issue, but with a promise of better to come

Infinity Wars #2 is not a bad comic by any means, but having such an action-heavy issue before the stakes and possible consequences for the outcome of this battle are clear, is a bit of a disappointment.

Bakarmax presents Dalit Unchained: A webcomic inspired by Jyotirao and Savitri Phule
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Bakarmax presents Dalit Unchained: A webcomic inspired by Jyotirao and Savitri Phule

You've seen Django Unchained, now witness Dalit Unchained | via Bakarmax

Dalit Lalit and General Gaurav — a webcomic explaining caste-based reservations
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Dalit Lalit and General Gaurav — a webcomic explaining caste-based reservations

In which Dalit Lalit explains his stance on reservations and the quota system to General Gaurav

What's caste got to do with the colour of one's skin: Gora Dalit, a webcomic
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What's caste got to do with the colour of one's skin: Gora Dalit, a webcomic

Artist Shikhant Sablania aka Choorma depicts how the 'gora Dalit' situation often plays out for him

Jason Momoa drops out of much-anticipated The Crow reboot along with director Colin Hardy, apologises to fans
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Jason Momoa drops out of much-anticipated The Crow reboot along with director Colin Hardy, apologises to fans

Aquaman star Jason Momoa took to Instagram to share the news of his departure from the project and said the film has fallen apart.

Jamie Foxx confirmed to play Spawn in Todd McFarlane's big screen adaptation of comic book
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Jamie Foxx confirmed to play Spawn in Todd McFarlane's big screen adaptation of comic book

Jamie Foxx will play Spawn, which was created by Todd McFarlane and first appeared in comics in 1992.

Marvel's Black Widow: Studio hires writer for potential standalone film starring Scarlett Johansson
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Marvel's Black Widow: Studio hires writer for potential standalone film starring Scarlett Johansson

Screenwriter Jac Schaeffer has been brought in to work on a script for the Black Widow film, which will see Scarlett Johansson play the titular heroine.

The Peanuts Movie review: A faithful translation of the beloved comics, it has something for all ages
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The Peanuts Movie review: A faithful translation of the beloved comics, it has something for all ages

The Peanuts Movie is a moment of a small celebration for two reasons – firstly because fans finally get to see their favourite comics on screen, and secondly because the film is genuinely very good.

The story of Dhee: Bangladesh gets its first ever lesbian comic strip
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The story of Dhee: Bangladesh gets its first ever lesbian comic strip

Boys of Bangladesh, the country's largest gay rights group, organised the launch on Saturday night of Dhee, the Bengali word for intellect or wisdom.

Life is a difficult game: Read Abdul Kalam's inspirational message in a web comic
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Life is a difficult game: Read Abdul Kalam's inspirational message in a web comic

Late former President APJ Abdul Kalam's inspiring and motivational message and minimalistic lifestyle forms the basis for a new art based web comic.

French cave engravings reveal last thoughts of WW1 soldiers
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French cave engravings reveal last thoughts of WW1 soldiers | Reuters

BOUZINCOURT, France Neglected for decades, underground caves in a small village in France's Somme valley contain a treasure trove of hundreds of engravings by World War One Canadian and British soldiers as they sought refuge from German assaults. War researchers say the engravings in the chalky rocks of Bouzincourt, which range from inscriptions of a soldier's name to crudely carved flags and hearts, offer a powerful insight into the thoughts of those caught up in the Somme Offensive, one of the bloodiest battles of the 20th century. "They knew that they may be about to die

Typhoon lashes China after more than a million people evacuated
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Typhoon lashes China after more than a million people evacuated | Reuters

SHANGHAI One of the most powerful typhoons to strike eastern China in decades disrupted air, rail and sea transport on Saturday after forcing the evacuation of more than a million people from the provinces of Zhejiang and Jiangsu, state media reported. Typhoon Chan-Hom was packing winds of 162 kph (101 mph) as it hit the city of Zhoushan, slowing from an earlier speed of 173 kph (108 mph). It could be the most powerful July typhoon to hit Zhejiang since the Communist Party took power in 1949, the National Meteorological Center said.

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

Buying Applications, A 'Second-Thought' Process
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Buying Applications, A 'Second-Thought' Process

Who knew a little app would make a rolodex of ethics spin.

inFamous Comic Issue 1
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inFamous Comic Issue 1

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