Have you ever wondered how an Indian politician, when caught by the law and is sent to jail, suddenly develops chest pain? Of course you have! Who in the sane mind hasn't?
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.