Mumbai: The news studio of popular news channel Times Now experienced a fire mishap yesterday after host Arnab Goswami reportedly asked back-t0-back burning questions in the News Hour debate.
The unfortunate mishap caused huge loss of property but saved everyone’s life thanks to Arnab’s vocal alarm that ensured everyone got out of the studios safe, within minutes.
The most sensational rescue was of a budding journalist’s, who had hash-tagged #TimesNowOnFire seconds before his laptop got engulfed in fire.
After this heroic rescue, the journalists association recommended him for National Bravery Award which was immediately accepted by the government.
Arnab has reportedly made up his mind not to hashtag the government on the news-hour for a while after learning about the award.
As per our sources, Times Now has lost crucial files related to the upcoming #xyzgate controversies in the fire mishap increasing Arnab & Co.’s TRP worries.
Even the back-up pen-drives have turned into ashes as they slipped out of Arnab’s pockets while rescuing the staff out of the studios.
To prevent such incidents in future, Times Now has decided to change their concept of presentation a little bit – the burning question will now be called “the chilling question”. As part of this, the panelists will be given sweaters and monkey caps to withstand the chills arising out of Arnab’s questions.