Now take a look at smaller cartoons- The smaller toon on front page of Eenadu shows him busy in Laskshmi Puja, has he succeeded? The large cartoon on front page of Free Press Journal shows the Finance Minister forcibly making a young boy smile. The small front page cartoon in Jansatta shows man & a woman returning from utensil shop, however the woman is unhappy due to price rise- “have taken utensil but what will we cook”. The one carried by DNA shows two elderly men sitting on a bench in a park, one reading newspaper about “New Tax Budget” and other feeding birds. The accompanying caption reads- “80 years old and earning over Rs5 lakh? The only people belonging to this category are politicians”. The cartoon in Dainik Tribune features Tau (elder uncle) asking-“heard many speeches but you tell me only one thing, is there any plan to cover gutter for common man.” He is seen pointing towards a man fallen in gutter. The Oscar has come in budget-toon! The small sized toon in Indian Express features Finance Minister holding a thick, big notebook whose front page reads-“The Indian story to be co-scripted by opposition states..”.The little boy comments-“And the advance Oscar goes to UPA’s best support-seeking actor”. The cartoon in Hindu shows the tussle between growth and inflation. The small cartoon in Loksatta (in its first year) shows a poor man looking at the list of things made cheaper by the budget with a magnifying lens, reason-“...searching for flour-pulse-oil-sugar-vegetables etc”. The middle page of Dainik Bhaskar has carried interesting 9 cartoons on Indian Budget, while Hindustan has carried 4. Page 8 & 9 of Malayala Manorama carries three interesting cartoons. Budget cartoons also depict politics at the State level. A cartoon in Malayala Manorama shows ten politicians holding a lot of agarbattis, praying with folded hands in front of a framed photograph of common man. Not ordinary event as elections are approaching in the state of Kerala and price of Agarbatti has gone down, thanks to budget!