To boost viewership, news programs often promote strident rival-bashing instead of intelligent debate.
TOI has always had a balanced point of view. No unnecessary drama. And that works fine for millions who trust us to stop news from turning into a farce.
In a bid to boost viewership, news programs often become more controversial than the news they are covering. Intelligent debate makes way for strident rival-bashing and healthy discussion is its first victim.
The Times of India has always promoted a balanced point of view. And if there’s any bias at all, it is towards the guy in the checked coat – the Common Man. No unnecessary drama here; but balanced reportage and in-depth analysis appear to work just fine for millions of readers who trust us to stop news from turning into a farce.