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Abu Abraham ... Hillary Had India Spied on UNSC Bid, N-Deal: Wikileaks: 2G: Govt to Issue Show ...
biblio-excerptise: a book unexamined is not worth having. The Penguin Book of Indian Cartoons Abu Abraham. Abraham, Abu; The Penguin Book of Indian Cartoons
Mr Abu Abraham, noted cartoonist and former MP, inaugurated the three-day Conference. He highlighted the necessity to strengthen the secular ramparts we guard.
It was also disheartening to read the callous statements of cartoonist Abu Abraham. S. Ganesh, Bangalore A well-written article, it clearly brings out the issues in a ...
[Nov 22, 2008] He said that while his uncle Abu Abraham believed in the existence of two types of cartoonists — those who drew black and those who drew white, he himself ... ( 4 Comments )
India’s foremost cartoonists – R.K. Laxman, Sudhir Dar and Abu Abraham – have all contributed generously to the Quarterly. Once a year, the Journal publishes a theme volume ...
... organised at the Lumbini park by Samakhya Bharathi, AP Press Academy and Forum for Political Cartoonists AP, will be inaugurated by Veteran cartoonist Abu Abraham.
Abu Abraham Gopikrishnan Shubham Gupta Shekhar Gurera Maya Kamath Kutty (Cartoonist) R. K. Laxman Madhan P. K. Manthri Mario Miranda O. V. Vijayan K. S. Pillai
Shri Abu Abraham (Cartoonist) –1972-78. 46. Shri Habib Tanvir (Artist) – 1972-78. 47. Shri Promotho Nath Bisi (Educationist) – 1972-78
Photos of the conference 2000
Abu Abraham Shri : Nominated : NOM. ... Feedback | View Feedback | NIC Mail | News Paper | Contact Us : Contents provided and ...
He said that while his uncle Abu Abraham believed in the existence of two types of cartoonists — those who drew black and those who drew white, he himself conceptualised this as ...
Existing cartoon strips are too obscure: Abu Abraham's Salt and Pepper is both puerile and senile while Rap's Newshound is dominantly political.