You know it is election time when a politician suddenly wakes up to something that some people have been saying for quite some time. No, it's not epiphany; it's simply known as politicking. Or, in layman's terms, just pandering to a particular voting demographic.

Just few days ago, I talked about the accusation that some leveled against Prime Minister Narendra Modi-sponsored 'Make in India' logo saying it had uncanny resemblance to a logo used by a Swiss Bank in its marketing campaign. (Read Here).

Louisiana's Indian-American Governor Piyush Jindal, who fancied himself of being the Bobby Brady, the youngest of the three brothers in the highly popular US family sitcom 'The Brady Bunch' that ran between 1969 and 1974, so much so that he actually dropped 'Piyush' from his name and changed it to 'Bobby' to fit in the contemporary American culture, fired salvo at US President Barack Obama.

If you want to see some primary school level 'jhagda' between two grown up men, look no further than Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar who ordered a whole army of policemen at the 1 Anne Marg house to, get this, guard the fruits and vegetables grown in premises so the former Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi could not enjoy it!

India's arguably the biggest troll who also moonlights as a lawyer in Muzaffarpur struck again on June 1 when he filed a case against Bollywood giants Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit, and Preity Zinta for appearing in ads of Maggi, a Nestle 2-minute ready noodle pack highly popular among students living in dorms, housewives, and children but allegedly containing high amount of lead that could be fatal in some cases.

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