India - Politics and government

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Date: 1746-1937 By: National Library of Scotland Description: The collections include: Papers 1785-1817 of Henry and Robert Dundas, Viscounts Melville, referring to Thomas Muir, T F Palmer and other Scottish political p...
Date: 1945-1948 Description: Comprises letters between Wreford Neil Johnson and his fiancee, Joan Oldham, while Johnson was serving as a business and finance manager with the Friends' Am...
The winners and losers in Delhi. 8 October 2010
Date: 2010 Description: Shows a great balance with the weight of 'the dispossessed' lifting 'the athletes' way up into the air. Text reads 'The winners and losers in Delhi'. Refers ...
"Our athletes shouldn't be intimidated by these terrorist threats!" "Will you be attending the Games, Minister?" "What? Are you crazy?!!" 19 February 2010
Date: 2010 Description: 'The Politician' cartoon strip. Refers to terrorism threats in India which are targeting the Commonwealth championships to be held in Delhi in the next few w...
Manmohan Singh. 3 November, 2008.
Date: 2008 Description: Caricature of Manmohan Singh, who is the 17th and current Prime Minister of India. Singh belongs to the Indian National Congress party and took oath as the P...
"Sheer exhaustion.." 28 December 2009
Date: 2009 Description: Shows Indian state governor Narayan Dutt Tiwari in bed reading a report in the newspaper about his quitting after being found cavorting in bed with three you...
"Look at these personal best times! We can all be proud Delhi has built a fast track..." "Yes sir, and some of them are desperate to get to a toilet, sir..." 7 October 2010
Date: 2010 Description: An official at the New Delhi Commonwealth Games comments that the personal best times of some of the sprinters finishing a race in front of him make him prou...
Date: 1980 - 1990 By: Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Description: Caricatures (heads only) of New Zealand and foreign politicians and newsmakers. Quantity: 4 cartoon bromide(s). 62 original cartoon(s). Physical Descriptio...
Date: 1972 From: Various cartoonists :Cartoons from the New Zealand News, 1970s Description: A starving family are shown on a mat, while in the background tanks labelled Pakistan and India move towards each other. Extended Title - Pakistan. India. ...
Scott, Thomas, 1947- :India tests a long-range nuclear capable missile - News. Now the World must respect us as a genuine super power. Tom Scott after McNally. Evening Post, 12 April 1999
Date: 1999 From: Scott, Tom, 1947- :Twenty cartoons published in the Evening Post between 1 and 30 April 1999. Description: A nuclear missile, with an Indian man sitting on it. It is balanced on a sacred cow. The implication is that India is not ready to join the super powers and ...