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In Cartoons| The Week That Was: Karnataka Election Campaign, Asaram’s Convictions, Labour Day In India

World | News18 | May 3, 2018, 3:46 pm
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 Election campaigning in the upcoming Karnataka polls is gaining momentum. To woo the voters, BJP’s came up with the latest poll strategy in Karnataka to spend a night at a slum in the election-bound state. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

Election campaigning in the upcoming Karnataka polls is gaining momentum. To woo the voters, BJP’s came up with the latest poll strategy in Karnataka to spend a night at a slum in the election-bound state. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

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 With a majority of MLAs declaring assets above Rs 5 crore, the Karnataka legislative assembly indeed has a large number of crorepatis. Out of the 207 MLAs, 193 of them were crorepatis when they assumed charge. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

With a majority of MLAs declaring assets above Rs 5 crore, the Karnataka legislative assembly indeed has a large number of crorepatis. Out of the 207 MLAs, 193 of them were crorepatis when they assumed charge. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

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 Chief Minister Siddaramaiah of the Congress put out a series of tweets on corruption charges linked to the BJP's presumptive chief minister BS Yeddyurappa. Siddaramaiah is seen to have worked out his own counter-strategy to every move of the BJP in the run-up to the state elections. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah of the Congress put out a series of tweets on corruption charges linked to the BJP's presumptive chief minister BS Yeddyurappa. Siddaramaiah is seen to have worked out his own counter-strategy to every move of the BJP in the run-up to the state elections. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

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 As the political campaign gathers steam in poll-bound Karnataka, a little bit of Superstitiousness goes a long way. The BJP earlier had attacked the Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah by tweeting a photograph of the Congress leader. In the photo, the Chief Minister was seen campaigning in poll-bound Karnataka with a lemon in hand. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

As the political campaign gathers steam in poll-bound Karnataka, a little bit of Superstitiousness goes a long way. The BJP earlier had attacked the Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah by tweeting a photograph of the Congress leader. In the photo, the Chief Minister was seen campaigning in poll-bound Karnataka with a lemon in hand. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

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 Asaram, the self-styled godman, was sentenced to life imprisonment until death for rape that was delivered in a courtroom in Jodhpur Central Jail. He was facing a trial in the case in which he was accused of raping a girl who was then 16 at his ashram in a village near the Rajasthani city. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

Asaram, the self-styled godman, was sentenced to life imprisonment until death for rape that was delivered in a courtroom in Jodhpur Central Jail. He was facing a trial in the case in which he was accused of raping a girl who was then 16 at his ashram in a village near the Rajasthani city. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

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 The driver of the school van involved in a deadly accident with a passenger train in Uttar Pradesh's Kushinagar had earphones plugged at the time of the incident, a state police officer, quoting eye-witness statements, said. 13 children were killed in the accident. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

The driver of the school van involved in a deadly accident with a passenger train in Uttar Pradesh's Kushinagar had earphones plugged at the time of the incident, a state police officer, quoting eye-witness statements, said. 13 children were killed in the accident. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

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 News18 celebrated the Labour Day with a dedicated cartoon. While the labour class continues to remain the backbone of the economy of developing India, wage discrimination still exists in the Indian labour market. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)

News18 celebrated the Labour Day with a dedicated cartoon. While the labour class continues to remain the backbone of the economy of developing India, wage discrimination still exists in the Indian labour market. (Cartoon by Mir Suhail)