Don’t worry about Arnab Goswami
One Less Thing To Worry About
Don’t worry about Arnab Goswami
07 November 2020
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Arnab Goswami is an irrelevance. A complete and utter irrelevance both as a sample of the deepest circle of hell that is the Indian TV news industry, but also as whatever he does for a living. (Satan?) He is an irrelevance. And you should stop worrying about him this instant. Unless you are worried about his situation in jail. Because custodial brutality is a real problem with Indian police. To that extent, you are allowed to worry about him.

But otherwise? No. Stop it.

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Several years ago, I was invited to attend some sort of panel discussion on media at a prestigious educational institution in London. I think it was the London School of Economics. I don’t recall the exact details. But I remember it was organized by a news-focused student body and one of their Indian members was a Twitter

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