In a world first, the government of India today announced formation of a new security force to tackle the growing menace of journalists trolled on social media.
In a sensational development, Mr. Shankar Gupta, Editor-in-Chief of a national daily, The Indian Mail was fired from his job today because he put the Rafale deal signed by Prime Minister Modi on his France visit as the front page headline.
Founded by the angriest journalist ever Arnab Goswami, Indian Institute of Outrage has been set-up in South Mumbai and is reportedly accepting admissions based on outrage entrance test.
An upcoming news channel has decided to solely focus on statements issued by politicians, but not limited to politicians only.
In an attempt to increase TRPs for their shows, prominent news channels are believed to have been working on a “background score” technique.
Within minutes after the landmark judgement by honorable Supreme Court of India quashing the above-said section, Gupta congratulated the apex court and referred to the section as an archaic law.
Students who were helped by their family members in cheating their exams have not lost all hopes.
To get the message out to the common people, they have decided to first strip themselves off the VVIP culture that they are practicing
“Opposition by RSS guarantees instant stardom, something that Shoaib Akhtar’s outburst failed to do for me,” argued Misbah.
Following his passion of being number one on every possible parameter, Editor-in-Chief of Times Now, Arnab Goswami has become the first journalist to climb Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak of the world.