Times Of India, a tabloid from
Today, they articulated what they want to do with this campaign. Following a series of debates by young people who usually hang around malls and shopping complexes, they will select one young person, whom they call a leader.
Doesn’t that remind me you of the quick weight loss programs pasted behind the auto-rickshaws which guarantee you losing 10 kg in 10 days? Is this one of those cheap tricks? I mean, how does one ‘cut short the normally long-winded path up the political ladder’? Someone should inform TOI that the only way one can do this in India is by being born to a political leader (like Rahul Gandhi).
Using the combined weight of all media channels of the Times Group, the programme will showcase the winners’ leadership skills, placing them right at the doorstep of the opportunity to participate in the next Lok Sabha polls.
Is debating same as leadership skills? (That’s why I keep saying that TOI is completely clueless on what Leadership is.)
With the kind of media build-up the winner will receive and the extent of public support the candidates would already have garnered, we believe national as well as regional parties would vie to offer them a party ticket for the forthcoming elections.
Wow! What a promise! TOI believes that a national or regional party would come to offer this young kid, who has debated in malls and shopping complexes taking a break from his SMS-chatting, a seat in their party! Should I be concerned at how idiotic, stupid and naïve TOI is? While they continuing to criticize the corrupt and heinous political parties and its leaders of