The reason more people eat hen’s eggs, rather than duck’s eggs which are arguably tastier, is that the poor, overworked hen not only lays the egg but also goes around proclaiming that it has laid one.
Arnab Goswami has clearly read the old advertising principle.
After the disgraced former telecom minister A. Raja was arrested in the 2G spectrum allocation scam on Wednesday, Times Now went on an overdrive to claim credit before other channels could put their pants on.
Under the rubric “Times Impact”, the channel proclaimed:
# Raja first nailed by Times Now
# Times Now first exposed Raja’s role on November 3
# Raja sacked 12 days after Times Now exposed 2G scam
# CBI arrested Raja 3 months after Times Now expose
# CBI briefing (announcing Raja’s arrest) at 5 pm, Times Now broke story at 3 pm
# First pictures of (Raja’s brother) Perumal arrest on Times Now
# Times Now first channel to ask ten 10 questions 10 minutes after arrest.
OK, OK all those “supers” except the last one.
Also read: Journalist’s house raided in 2G scam