One wicket down, two more to go, chief minister
B.S. Yediyurappa takes guard in a manner only politicians (and filmstars) who haven’t held a cricket bat in their lives—legs close to each other, hands too far apart, elbow pointing nowhere—can, at the Sharanabasappa lake in Gulbarga on Wednesday.
Photograph: Karnataka Photo News
The B.S. Yediyurappa photo portfolio
Is it an idol? Is it a statue? Is it a mannequin?
One leg in the chair, two eyes on the chair
Yedi, steady, go: all the gods must be crazy
Kissa Karnataka chief minister’s kursi ka: Part IV
Why did the chief minister cross the road divider?
Sometimes you are up, sometimes you are down
Dressed to thrill: Yedi-Chini bhai bhai in Shanghai
Survival of fittest is a great photo opportunity
Drought relief one day, flood relief the next
How a chief minister should drink tea. (Or not.)
Let the rebels know, the CM will not bow one inch
Even four pairs of hands can’t stave off the flak
Yediyurappa regime slips into yet another sandal
Behind every successful cyclist, there are a few men
Life’s a cycle. What goes up must come down.
A leg up for the one is a leg up for the other
The emperor’s new clothes has a loose button
Why does this poor, selfless soldier cry so much? The great Indian rope trick adds inches to a giant