Hindu panchanaga or Gregorian calendar, it is a rare for a single month of the almanac to go by without some crisis or scam striking the sad, hapless regime of B.S. Yediyurappa. And so, on the sixth day of the waxing of the moon—shukla paksha sashti—in the phalguna maasa, the Karnataka chief minister brazenly faces more charges of nepotism, while his party wears the high moral topi on the national stage.
Cartoon: courtesy E.P. Unny/ The Indian Express
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