Indian news channels have sent a request to North Korean premier Kim Jong Un to hold off any possible war with South Korea till they find a person who can pass off as a North Korean expert on their 9 PM debates.
Frustrated by the inactivity of BJP on the Ram Mandir issue despite the fact that it was strongly hinted by the its ‘sources’, NDTV themselves will begin the construction of the Mandir at Ayodhya, our sources have indicated, apparently to inspire BJP to take up the matter.
In a millionth such incident since the start of this month, a reader of a weekly magazine genuinely trusted a piece of reportage to be a work of investigative journalism, while in reality it was a work of imaginative journalism.
Realizing the fact that millions of TV viewers have got addicted to watching Arnab Goswami fight Pakistan, Maoists, and all other kinds of enemies of India, Times Group has sensed a business opportunity and decided to open de-addiction centers across the country.
Times Now will hire guests who will spend three months in the TV studio and keep on debating one issue after another, which will be telecast on the news channel every evening and will replace The Newshour –channel’s flagship show.
Praveen, a news addict who’d compulsively watch almost every news channel and follow every debate on current affairs, was spared of this daily torture thanks to his visiting mother-in-law, who took the custody to TV remote and watched all the prime-time soap operas.
After seven long years of legal battle, a couple from Delhi has been granted divorce after they declared in a court that they had started fighting like panelists on any television news channel. The court ruled that the situation was indeed grave and the mental health of the couple was at risk if divorce was not granted.
The Times of India has published two lines of news on its front page today. This has caused a nationwide confusion and uproar among people, who have been wondering what could have been so important that these two lines could not have waited till the second page.
Employees of television news channel ABP News, which was earlier known as Star News, are reported to be fighting with each other over ownership of now obsolete paraphernalia that had Star News logo printed on them.
Realizing the fact that every hour was extended by a few minutes during the Newshour program on Times Now news channel, the government has decided to go slow by a day so that people who watch Times Now or “your channel” are on the same tracks as the rest of the Indian citizens.