#ShameOnTimesNow trends as fans lay into news channel

#ShameOnTimesNow trends as fans lay into news channel

Even as India's loss to Australia by 95 runs in the Semi-final of the ongoing World Cup left Indian cricket fans with a broken heart, Times Now's  #ShamedinSydney hashtag did not go down well with everyone.

Twitter users got their own back by creating the hashtag #ShameOnTimesNow that started trending across the world.

While some blamed the channel for trying to gain TRP by playing on India's loss others appreciated Doordarshan's more sensible response. Some even trolled Arnab Goswami.

Here are some of the tweets:

TimesNow - lowering the depth of being dumb everyday in everyway. #ShameOnTimesNow

— Anupam Gupta (@b50) March 26, 2015

Humiliating loss? @TimesNow The only humiliation that India faces is you and your channel and your stupid news. #ShameonTimesNow

— Colonel Kananator (@Shruti_d9) March 26, 2015

@TimesNow this is how you treat your heroes. Not by capitalising in their failures to increase TRP. #ShameOnTimesNow pic.twitter.com/ItPXmWn1cT

— Siddharth (@siddzbalan) March 27, 2015

Me too! Kudos to d channel! "@AbhishekTewari4: "@Ina_kshk: Appreciate @DDNational for this. #ShameOnTimesNow pic.twitter.com/X2J7LlR7hG""

— Garima Dutt (@garimadutt) March 27, 2015

The biggest shame of India is Arnab Goswami. #ShameOnTimesNow

— Nawab (@MeriTishnagi) March 26, 2015

Our boys have made us proud..We played like champions..Even Aussies haven't won all their matches in this WC.. #ShameOnTimesNow

— Aladdin (@Alllahdin) March 26, 2015

@TimesNow stop being so naive! Have a sense of some responsibility. And if you can't just stop your channel, we dont care. #ShameOnTimesNow

— Arnab Choudhury (@Arnab09Arnab) March 27, 2015

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