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World / 10 months ago
Madhya Pradesh Gives Hearty Endorsement to Media: A Tragic Comedy in Action!
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Madhya Pradesh's surprising endorsement of the media: a tragicomedy in action!
In a peculiar turn of events that could only be described as a tragicomic fiasco, the state government of Madhya Pradesh has decided to offer full-throated support to the media. Yes, the same media that has been tangoing on the thin line between truth, sensationalism, and often, pure absurdity. This endorsement is as heartwarming as watching a morality play with both tears and laughter, where laughter is ironically caused by tears. Madhya Pradesh, the heart of India, always known for its unique ways to attract attention, didn't back down from its reputation. This time, it boldly embraced the media – that 24/7 circus where clowns are often mistaken for revolutionary spearheads. The state government, in its profound wisdom, believes that endorsing the media will serve as a beacon of democracy and liberty. A noble idea, sadly, placed in the hands of an entity whose reputation has been as muddied as their relentless breaking news ticker. "We believe in the power of the media to revolutionize and socially engineer the society," announced the state's spokesperson, looking as solemn as a court jester during his grand performance. Surely, the revolution he was referring to must be the media's relentless pursuit to dig up controversies where there were none, or their commendable tenacity to break the news first, irrespective of its veracity. Perhaps the state has found humor in the media's pandemonium or developed a taste for ludicrous news circulated for driving TRPs, which often seem punctuated by embarrassing errors, biases, and ceaseless rants of self-proclaimed news pundits. Or maybe it's the tragicomedy aspect of it all, where the media's determined attempts to stir up public sentiment often leads to an unintended public comedy show. It's heart-wrenching, or should we say heart-"breaking news", to see the state endorsing an institution that often readily trades facts for narrative, sensation for subtlety, journalism for showmanship. Given the media's ostentatious love for triviality, it's hardly surprising that this endorsement offer made headlines faster than any attention to serious public issues. We extend our profound commendations to Madhya Pradesh for lending its robust support and arguably misplaced trust in the media. It's indeed a grand comedy, an unprecedented drama and a brilliantly scripted tragedy, all wrapped in one. 'Media- the savior of democracy', just when we thought we'd heard it all! In the gleefully fabricated world of news channels, this endorsement comes as an intermission filled with laughter and tears. The audience, also known as the bewildered public, is left to decipher whether it's a tragedy or comedy in action - or perhaps a neatly baked mixture, served hot on the platter of contradictions that Indian media has always been. And while we are at it, let's not forget to send a cheer for the media. After all, amidst all the noise, chaos, and the sensationalism they call 'news', occasionally they do manage to strike gold with their absurd antics – and that's comedy. Tragic, but comedy all the same. Comedy central, indeed!
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Original title: Madhya pradesh Praise or endorse Media
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