Indian Media in Nepal was jolted by a massive quake, measuring 9.0 on the Twitter Scale on May 3.
Panna Tripathi, a page 3 reporter from a reputed fashion magazine who was sent to cover the bail plea hearing in Bombay HC had the toughest day at job.
Initially started as a joke the hashtag #IchhadhariJournalists soon got viral and started appearing in twitter trends just below #YouKnowYouSpottedAJournoWhen and #BeehiveIsAStateOfMind. We present below some of the top tweets for our readers:
An eminent journalist Monjolika Sarkar got in a fit of extreme anger yesterday morning when some of her twitter followers pointed out that the speech for which she is profusely praising Rahul Gandhi has not even been spoken yet.
Many eminent journalists, news presenters, anchors, panel debaters and social activists throughout the country were left in a fix yesterday morning when a fresh church-theft was reported but the religion of the thief could not be determined even after multiple attempts
Renowned twitter-supporter of oppressed souls and veteran journalist Loveleena Jangid apparently disliked anyone questioning her even when she was a school-going student.
Mumbai Indian’s Keiron Pollard’s act of putting tape on his mouth in yesterday’s game against RCB caught everybody’s eyes, including those of Arnab Goswami.
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.