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This Keshav cartoon in The Hindu has an impoverished man on a parliament-styled
hamster wheel that abounds with anti-poverty exhortations. The constitution makers have to address themselves to very different aspirations. Here is Nehru trying to balance between different visions and ideologies. Faction-riven, the Janata Party fell to a resurgent IndiraGandhi in the 1980 polls. Here, Laxman rubbishes deposed PM Charan Singh. Irfan looks at booth grabbing, having a criminal politician and his armed thugs dissuade an exercise of franchise. The more things change, the more they stay the same, Ajit Ninan says in a India
Today cartoon on the shift from one-party to coalition politics. No fisticuffs please, this is rule of law. Nehru sells the third five-year plan to a drought-hit farmer family in this Shankar critique likening it to a magic carpet ride. JP fights a painfully lonely battle for democracy against a backdrop of ills in this Laxman piece for Times Of India. Walkout vs thrown out Walkouts The 'rules of the game' Shankar has Nehru riding along a tightrope, balancing a tad unbalanced beam. Spot Shastri astride the Public Sector end. The effect of the Parliament's power to sanction money to different ministries. Kutty employs a Dickensian staple (The orphan Oliver asking for more soup) as subtle metaphor for Centre-state relations. Comment of the criminal-politician nexus. The Netaji is afraid of Election Commission. Brushing up the years. How governors are appointed. The anti-Hindi wave. This Chief Minster is not happy even after winning the confidence motion.
Why people want to be ministers. There is no Council of Ministers without the Prime Minister. This cartoon shows how, literally, the Prime Minister 'leads' the Council of Ministers. Universal adult franchise compared to an elephant. They say elections are carnival of democracy. But this cartoon depicts chaos instead. Democracy the umpire. Demand for new states. This cartoon comments on the relation between the people and the rulers in the Princely States and also on Patel's approach to resolving this issue. Perils of Running a Coalition Government.
May 15, 2012
This Keshav cartoon in The Hindu has an impoverished man on a parliament-styled hamster wheel that abounds with anti-poverty exhortations.

- Keshav/ The Hindu
May 15, 2012
The constitution makers have to address themselves to very different aspirations. Here is Nehru trying to balance between different visions and ideologies.

- Shankar/ Children's Book Trust
May 18, 2012
Faction-riven, the Janata Party fell to a resurgent IndiraGandhi in the 1980 polls. Here, Laxman rubbishes deposed PM Charan Singh.

- RK Laxman/ TOI/ India Today
May 18, 2012
Irfan looks at booth grabbing, having a criminal politician and his armed thugs dissuade an exercise of franchise.

- Irfan Khan
May 15, 2012


- RK Laxman/ TOI
May 15, 2012


- Shankar, Copyright: Children's Book Trust
May 15, 2012


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May 18, 2012
The more things change, the more they stay the same, Ajit Ninan says in a India Today cartoon on the shift from one-party to coalition politics.

- Ajit Ninan/ India Today
May 15, 2012
No fisticuffs please, this is rule of law.

- RK Laxman/ TOI
May 18, 2012
Nehru sells the third five-year plan to a drought-hit farmer family in this Shankar critique likening it to a magic carpet ride.

- Shankar
May 18, 2012
JP fights a painfully lonely battle for democracy against a backdrop of ills in this Laxman piece for Times Of India.

- RK Laxman/ TOI
May 15, 2012
Walkout vs thrown out

- Irfan
May 15, 2012
Walkouts

- Irfan
May 18, 2012


- Ninan
May 15, 2012
The 'rules of the game'

- RK Laxman/ TOI
May 16, 2012
Shankar has Nehru riding along a tightrope, balancing a tad unbalanced beam. Spot Shastri astride the Public Sector end.

- Shankar
May 15, 2012
The effect of the Parliament's power to sanction money to different ministries.

- Shankar/ Children's Book Trust
May 15, 2012
Kutty employs a Dickensian staple (The orphan Oliver asking for more soup) as subtle metaphor for Centre-state relations.

- Kutty
May 15, 2012
Comment of the criminal-politician nexus.

- RK Laxman/ TOI
May 15, 2012
The Netaji is afraid of Election Commission.

- RK Laxman/ TOI
May 15, 2012
Brushing up the years.

- R.K.Laxman
May 15, 2012


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May 15, 2012


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May 15, 2012


- R.K.Laxman/ TOI
May 15, 2012


- R.K.Laxman/ TOI
May 15, 2012
How governors are appointed.

- Shankar/ Children's Book Trust
May 15, 2012
The anti-Hindi wave.

- Shankar/ Children's Book Trust
May 15, 2012
This Chief Minster is not happy even after winning the confidence motion.

- RK Laxman/ The Times of India
May 15, 2012
Why people want to be ministers.

- RK Laxman/ The Times of India
May 15, 2012
There is no Council of Ministers without the Prime Minister. This cartoon shows how, literally, the Prime Minister 'leads' the Council of Ministers.

- Shankar/ Children's Book Trust
May 15, 2012
Universal adult franchise compared to an elephant.

- Shankar/ Children's Book Trust
May 15, 2012
They say elections are carnival of democracy. But this cartoon depicts chaos instead.

- Shankar/ Children's Book Trust
May 15, 2012


- Ajith Ninan/ India Today Book of Cartoons
May 15, 2012
Democracy the umpire.

- Shankar/ Children's Book Trust
May 15, 2012
Demand for new states.

- Shankar/ Children's Book Trust
May 16, 2012


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May 18, 2012
This cartoon comments on the relation between the people and the rulers in the Princely States and also on Patel's approach to resolving this issue.

- RK Laxman/ TOI
May 18, 2012
Perils of Running a Coalition Government.

- Ajith Ninan/ India Today Book of Cartoons
May 18, 2012


- Shankar
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May 15, 2012
This Keshav cartoon in The Hindu has an impoverished man on a parliament-styled hamster wheel that abounds with anti-poverty exhortations.

- Keshav/ The Hindu
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