Holi se pehle hi maar di kisi ne pichkaari!
Bahut Krantikaari, Bahut hi Krantikaari!
After the runaway success of Sheela and Munni in blazing the TRP charts for them, the news channels of India have signed a deal with Bollywood for ensuring an uninterrupted supply of item songs across the year. The channels would use these songs and various pieces of information related or unrelated to them to produce news, preferably breaking news, and show them round the clock.
After having the last laugh on the Indian Television, Rahul Mahajan, the child of destiny, is finally set to leave his mark in the pages of history and science together. Believe it or not, he has been chosen as the first human being to be cloned by the scientists. The cloned Mahajan would be delivered to India in September 2010 by the Roslin Institute of Scotland.
Just a day after announcing that it will introduce Promoted Tweets in an attempt towards monetization, Twitter has now unveiled its ambitious plan to launch a news channel in India. It wants to ride on the popularity it enjoys in India; especially the kind of support celebrities have shown has been instrumental in making Twitter decide about it. One more thing that goes in Twitter’s favor is the rate at which it has successfully generated fresh and spicy content, without which today’s news scenario is unimaginable.