Bangalore, Jan 7: A photo or an expression say a million words. Oneindia tries to make out what the following photos and expressions are saying.
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar addressing press conference at his residence in Patna on Monday.
"What are you saying man? Aam Aadmi Party will contest in 300 Lok Sabha seats?!"
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and Yog guru Ramdev at the 5th foundation day celebrations of "Bharat Swabhiman" in New Delhi on Sunday.
"See, see they (Congress) still support the Shehzade! Don't they understand politics?"
Dhaka: Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina pauses as she speaks to the media during a press conference in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Monday, Jan. 6, 2014.
"Aah... another 5 years in power. I am feeling sad for the opposition. They gave it all."
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal leaves after meeting with Comptroller and Auditor General of India Shashi Kant Sharma (unseen) in New Delhi on Dec 31.
"Oh... this disgusting cough. How can I give long speeches during the Lok Sabha poll campaigning?"
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh leaves after addressing a press conference in New Delhi on January 4.
"Finally, I have found an exit. My fellow countrymen, best of luck..."
Former West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee with CPI State Secretary Manju Kumar Majumdar(L) during condolence meeting of Former South African President Nelson Mandela in Kolkata on January 6.
"Who will sit in this chair? We have no more leaders left. Even Mandela is dead now. Or we could have invited him here."
Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee during foundation laying ceremony of several development project of Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute and Medical College, in Kolkata on January 6.
"I think I should learn to put up a happy face for a camera click."
Ducks are seen near the car of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who arrives to pay tribute to the mortal remains of Minister of State V Narayanasamy's wife Kalaiselvi who died in New Delhi on January 4.
"Even ducks move faster than a lame-duck prime minister?"