Three reasons Arnab Goswami should be PM

Columnist G. Sampath on Times Now‘s editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami in DNA:

# “Arnab Goswami is the only person in the country to whom every Indian is answerable.

# “Our politicians, at any rate, hold him in higher regard than Parliament. No matter how provocative the questions posed to them, they won’t dream of staging a walk-out from Arnab’s chambers like they do every 13 minutes in the Lok Sabha.”

# “Arnab has mastered the art of being outraged. He is the only person I know who can be more outraged than outrage itself. And that is a talent that our current crop of politicians sorely lack. Nothing fazes them.”

The only contender on the horizon is Rajnikanth.

“While Rajini might vaporise Arnab with his laughter, Arnab might pre-empt it by unleashing on Rajini his finger-wagging verbiage of infinite outrage. In which case, Rajini, whose compassionate heart melts at even the tiniest, teeny weenie injustice, would collapse instantly into a heap of sand, and Arnab would emerge the winner. But it would be a close call.”

Read the full article: Why not make Arnab PM

Illustration: courtesy DNA


  1. Dr. usha kapuria

    well he seems to have made some mental calculations which force him to make some fair presentations of the present political scenerio.

  2. Yes, my vote for India’s PM goes to Arnab too; if he refuses, let it be Aamir Khan.

  3. Shalini Raghunathan

    I personally feel many of the times he puts in the question but does wait enough to hear their answers,probably because the answer and question both r ready for him but then those on the panel seems to be just sitting to hear him and not speak…i think he is not a good listner

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