In India, Parties Fight Over political symbols

The Wall Street Journal- March 28, 2012

When voters turn out for municipal polls in the Indian capital next month, they may be confronted with a bewildering array of household items: possibly a cauliflower, nail clipper, a TV  antenna and a calculator…Political parties have selected easy-to-indentify symbols to appear next to candidates’ names. (read full story here)

For the disaffected: here’s a zinger-
A fully extended middle finger.

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