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Elections 2014: Symbol-ically speaking

With polling day tomorrow, campaigners across Mumbai are on a high-octane trail, telling people which particular symbol they should vote for. Our photographers fanned across the city, to capture everyday scenes which featured symbols used by political par

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    With polling day tomorrow, campaigners across Mumbai are on a high-octane trail, telling people which particular symbol they should vote for. Our photographers fanned across the city, to capture everyday scenes which featured symbols used by political parties. These pictures get our vote. Text: Hemal Ashar

    And I thought and I thought and I thought and I think it’s thunk. Or trunk. This kid plays at a garden on Dr S S Rao Road in Parel. The little elephant is his favoured piece of equipment. The pachyderm inspired this joke: How do you know an elephant has entered your fridge? You find his footprints in the butter. The elephant is the symbol of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), who has their tusk cut out for them. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar

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