The flood was watery-eyed when it spoke of the attention it got in Mumbai few years back and in Kashmir last month. It seemed to be very angry about complete blackout of its activities in Assam and had vowed to attack Mumbai to get complete attention and coverage.
Arguing that they want to make the most of Arnab’s absence and also the fact that they couldn’t explore those places in entirety the last time they were there on an alleged ‘study tour’, these MLAs have decided to complete their trip from where they left it.
Rajdeep wasn’t too much happy with his last interview with MNS chief, in which Rajdeep was clearly on back foot.
Jagannath Mutthu, an ardent TOI reader for past 20 year is feeling disillusioned. The standoff between Deepika Padukone and Time of India has gone to the lengths he had never imagined.
After realizing that Mangalyaan has attained celebrity status in India, leading daily Times of India has decided to send a spacecraft in outer space to take hot pics of ISRO’s Mars orbiter.
After arguing that their tweet referring to Deepika Padukone’s cleavage was just an attempt to compliment her beauty that everyone should be aware of, TOI has now gone a step further to compliment bollywood actresses.
For instant results, doctor has advised patient to watch debates featuring Sanjay Jha. Doctor is confident that Arnab unnecessarily screaming and the general loud atmosphere of the show will increase and normalize patient’s BP.
News channel Times Now have decided to drop the coverage of a major news event – the blasphemous pictures uploaded by secular liberal activist Teesta Setalvad, as it was unable to come up with an idiotic hashtag for Twitter.
Leading social science experts have applauded the way Delhi elites have started returning to Gandhian values of “See no evil, Hear no evil, and Say no evil.”
Married life of a couple in Delhi has hit a bit of a bump thanks to Times Now’s super hit entertainment program, The Newshour.