Where Left, Right & Centre meet!

It would be of help, to pundits as well as the uninitiated, to brush up on some basic political definitions. The term ‘Left’ has pejorative origins in medieval France, representing the commoners who sat to the left of the King, in contrast to the nobles who were on his right: as the ‘hand that is the weaker of the two’, ‘left’ was a metaphor for the underdogs of society. Continue Reading

Back to Front

It is difficult not to mock at Third Fronts. Yet, it is impossible to ignore them as they occupy some political space. If politics is a circus, the ‘Front-runners’ play the …let me not say that, but here’s a hint: the nation roars and rolls in laughter when they appear! Continue Reading