ISRO Mangalyaan Cartoon Old NYT cartoon on Mangalyaan apologizes New York Times

After the success of Chandrayaan-3, some memes and cartoons are going viral on the internet. Some of these cartoons of New York Times are also going viral. In which the Indian ISRO was ridiculed in the year 2014. Now he is being criticized for these cartoons by the desi internet

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ISRO Mangalyaan Cartoon New York Times apologizes for cartoon

When the New York Times newspaper came to know about this, they apologized for their cartoons in which India was made fun of. The cartoon you see above shows a farmer with a cow opening the door of a club where two men are already sitting and reading a newspaper about what India has achieved. This cartoon was made on an article by the Budget Mission of India. Only last month, Mangalyaan robotic probe was successfully placed in the orbit of Mars in India.

ISRO Mangalyaan Cartoon: Today, We Silence You”: NYT Gets Cartoon Reminder As India Reaches Moon

India successfully landed Chandrayaan 3 on the lunar surface on 23rd August. Here the landing of Chandrayaan 3 took place and on the other side the cartoon published by New York Times which was a 9 year old cartoon got covered in the media in which the cartoon was made on India’s Mangalyaan mission. After the success of Chandrayaan-3, all Indians wrote through comments that now you keep quiet

Andrew Rosenthal, the editorial page editor of the New York Times, then came out with a tweet in which he stated that the cartoon was not intended to insult the people of India or the country in any way. He printed this cartoon because earlier all the space related campaigns were limited to western countries but now so much technology has come and India also has such talented scientists who can make these campaigns successful.

ISRO Mangalyaan Cartoon FAQs

  1. Is rover Pragyan out?

    Yes, after successful landing yesterday Pragyan rover has been separated and it is engaged in search on the surface of the moon.

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