Newspaper Cartoon

'Newspaper Cartoon' - 41 News Result(s)

  • "Little Brown Girl": Australian Biden-Harris Cartoon Sparks Row
    World News | Reuters | Friday August 14, 2020
    A cartoon in Australia's biggest national newspaper drew condemnation on Friday as being racist for portraying U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden describing his new running mate, Kamala Harris, as "this little brown girl".
  • Serena Williams Cartoon "Not Racist": Australian Watchdog
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday February 25, 2019
    A controversial Australian newspaper cartoon of Serena Williams, which was blasted as racist and sexist did not breach media standards, the country's press watchdog ruled on Monday.
  • Defiant Newspaper Reprints Controversial Serena Cartoon On Front Page
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday September 12, 2018
    An Australian newspaper defiantly republished a controversial cartoon of tennis star Serena Williams on its front-page Wednesday, slapping aside "politically correct" accusations that the drawing was racist and sexist.
  • After 'Delicious Wife' Flub, Emmanuel Macron Laughs Off Comparison To Cartoon Skunk Pepe Le Pew
    Offbeat | Adam Taylor, The Washington Post | Friday May 4, 2018
    French President Emmanuel Macron is a world leader keenly aware of his international image - and so he may have been taken aback when one of Australia's leading newspaper depicted him as an amorous and narcissistic French skunk on its front page.
  • No Reason For Me To Apologise Over Cartoon Row: Sanjay Raut
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday September 29, 2016
    Putting up a brave face after a cartoon in the Shiv Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana' provoked a strong reaction from a section of Maratha community and led to attack on the newspaper's office, its editor Sanjay Raut in Mumbai said there was no reason for him to tender an apology.
  • Shiv Sena Cartoon Offended Powerful Marathas - And Many Within Party
    India News | Reported by Ketki Angre | Wednesday September 28, 2016
    The man whose cartoon appeared in the Shiv Sena's newspaper and mocked the recent protests by the Marathas, has apologised for offending and hurting the powerful upper caste in Maharashtra, which forms as much as a third of the state's population.
  • Saudi Arabia's Bitter Lebanese Divorce
    World News | Reuters | Tuesday April 5, 2016
    The waspish cartoon in a Saudi-owned newspaper summed up the anger behind Riyadh's decision to cancel billions of dollars in military aid and suspend decades of engagement in Lebanon's fraught politics. "The State of Lebanon: April Fool", it read.
  • French President Calls For Security Cooperation To Prevent More Attacks
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday January 7, 2016
    A year to the day since jihadist gunmen killed 12 people at Charlie Hebdo newspaper and with France still grieving November's massacre in Paris, President Francois Hollande today called for greater cooperation between the security services.
  • Offices of Lokmat Newspaper Attacked Over Piggy Bank Cartoon
    India News | Written by Saurabh Gupta | Tuesday December 1, 2015
    The offices of a prominent newspaper group in Maharashtra, Lokmat, witnessed violent protests by Muslim groups after the newspaper used the image of a piggy bank to illustrate a story on the funding pattern of terrorist group ISIS.
  • 10 Years on, Danish Mohammed Cartoonist Has No Regrets
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Sunday September 27, 2015
    Ten years after a Danish newspaper triggered deadly protests by publishing 12 cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, the man behind the most infamous drawing says he feels anger but no regret.
  • His Boss Said No One Cared About His Cartoons. So he Did This
    Offbeat | Amrita Kohli | Monday September 7, 2015
    This new ad shows a talented cartoonist facing a similar dilemma. He's just been "let go" from his newspaper job because no one seems to be interested in his cartoons, his passion - at least that's what his boss says. So what does he do now?
  • Mumbai Vendors Who Sold Paper With Hebdo Cartoons Granted Bail
    India News | Written by Saurabh Gupta | Thursday February 5, 2015
    Two newspaper vendors arrested by the Mumbai Police for delivering Urdu daily 'Avadhnama' that printed Charlie Hebdo cartoons on its front page, were today granted bail by a city court.
  • Mumbai: Vendor Booked for Selling Newspaper With Hebdo Cartoon
    Mumbai News | mid-day.com | Thursday February 5, 2015
    In an act that has caused much surprise and alarm, the JJ Marg police have booked a newspaper vendor for selling the January 17 issue of the Urdu daily Avadhnama, which carried a photo of the cover of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo with the controversial cartoon of Prophet Mohammed.
  • Mumbai Editor Arrested Over Charlie Hebdo Reprint
    Cities | Agence France-Presse | Friday January 30, 2015
    Police have arrested and bailed the editor of an Urdu-language newspaper in Mumbai for reprinting a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed from satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo, police said today.
  • RK Laxman, The Uncommon Man
    India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday January 27, 2015
    Capturing the entire gamut of idiosyncrasies of Indian politicians in an innocuous newspaper box with his cartoons, RK Laxman immortalised the passive, hapless common man with an uncanny perception and sarcasm in a daily commentary on his life that brought smiles to millions.

'Newspaper Cartoon' - 41 News Result(s)

  • "Little Brown Girl": Australian Biden-Harris Cartoon Sparks Row
    World News | Reuters | Friday August 14, 2020
    A cartoon in Australia's biggest national newspaper drew condemnation on Friday as being racist for portraying U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden describing his new running mate, Kamala Harris, as "this little brown girl".
  • Serena Williams Cartoon "Not Racist": Australian Watchdog
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday February 25, 2019
    A controversial Australian newspaper cartoon of Serena Williams, which was blasted as racist and sexist did not breach media standards, the country's press watchdog ruled on Monday.
  • Defiant Newspaper Reprints Controversial Serena Cartoon On Front Page
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday September 12, 2018
    An Australian newspaper defiantly republished a controversial cartoon of tennis star Serena Williams on its front-page Wednesday, slapping aside "politically correct" accusations that the drawing was racist and sexist.
  • After 'Delicious Wife' Flub, Emmanuel Macron Laughs Off Comparison To Cartoon Skunk Pepe Le Pew
    Offbeat | Adam Taylor, The Washington Post | Friday May 4, 2018
    French President Emmanuel Macron is a world leader keenly aware of his international image - and so he may have been taken aback when one of Australia's leading newspaper depicted him as an amorous and narcissistic French skunk on its front page.
  • No Reason For Me To Apologise Over Cartoon Row: Sanjay Raut
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday September 29, 2016
    Putting up a brave face after a cartoon in the Shiv Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana' provoked a strong reaction from a section of Maratha community and led to attack on the newspaper's office, its editor Sanjay Raut in Mumbai said there was no reason for him to tender an apology.
  • Shiv Sena Cartoon Offended Powerful Marathas - And Many Within Party
    India News | Reported by Ketki Angre | Wednesday September 28, 2016
    The man whose cartoon appeared in the Shiv Sena's newspaper and mocked the recent protests by the Marathas, has apologised for offending and hurting the powerful upper caste in Maharashtra, which forms as much as a third of the state's population.
  • Saudi Arabia's Bitter Lebanese Divorce
    World News | Reuters | Tuesday April 5, 2016
    The waspish cartoon in a Saudi-owned newspaper summed up the anger behind Riyadh's decision to cancel billions of dollars in military aid and suspend decades of engagement in Lebanon's fraught politics. "The State of Lebanon: April Fool", it read.
  • French President Calls For Security Cooperation To Prevent More Attacks
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday January 7, 2016
    A year to the day since jihadist gunmen killed 12 people at Charlie Hebdo newspaper and with France still grieving November's massacre in Paris, President Francois Hollande today called for greater cooperation between the security services.
  • Offices of Lokmat Newspaper Attacked Over Piggy Bank Cartoon
    India News | Written by Saurabh Gupta | Tuesday December 1, 2015
    The offices of a prominent newspaper group in Maharashtra, Lokmat, witnessed violent protests by Muslim groups after the newspaper used the image of a piggy bank to illustrate a story on the funding pattern of terrorist group ISIS.
  • 10 Years on, Danish Mohammed Cartoonist Has No Regrets
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Sunday September 27, 2015
    Ten years after a Danish newspaper triggered deadly protests by publishing 12 cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, the man behind the most infamous drawing says he feels anger but no regret.
  • His Boss Said No One Cared About His Cartoons. So he Did This
    Offbeat | Amrita Kohli | Monday September 7, 2015
    This new ad shows a talented cartoonist facing a similar dilemma. He's just been "let go" from his newspaper job because no one seems to be interested in his cartoons, his passion - at least that's what his boss says. So what does he do now?
  • Mumbai Vendors Who Sold Paper With Hebdo Cartoons Granted Bail
    India News | Written by Saurabh Gupta | Thursday February 5, 2015
    Two newspaper vendors arrested by the Mumbai Police for delivering Urdu daily 'Avadhnama' that printed Charlie Hebdo cartoons on its front page, were today granted bail by a city court.
  • Mumbai: Vendor Booked for Selling Newspaper With Hebdo Cartoon
    Mumbai News | mid-day.com | Thursday February 5, 2015
    In an act that has caused much surprise and alarm, the JJ Marg police have booked a newspaper vendor for selling the January 17 issue of the Urdu daily Avadhnama, which carried a photo of the cover of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo with the controversial cartoon of Prophet Mohammed.
  • Mumbai Editor Arrested Over Charlie Hebdo Reprint
    Cities | Agence France-Presse | Friday January 30, 2015
    Police have arrested and bailed the editor of an Urdu-language newspaper in Mumbai for reprinting a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed from satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo, police said today.
  • RK Laxman, The Uncommon Man
    India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday January 27, 2015
    Capturing the entire gamut of idiosyncrasies of Indian politicians in an innocuous newspaper box with his cartoons, RK Laxman immortalised the passive, hapless common man with an uncanny perception and sarcasm in a daily commentary on his life that brought smiles to millions.
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