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The News Minute| March 28, 2015|3.00 pm IST It’s been two days since India lost in the semi-finals match against Australia in the ICC cricket World Cup. Millions of fans seem to have gotten over the loss, but not over Times Now’s diatribe against the Indian team. From Twitter to Facebook, open letters and editorials, memes and videos to even a street protest, #ShameOnTimesNow continues to thrive online. Twitter and Facebook The hashtag continues to trend on Twitter. And on Saturday it trended on Facebook too. Read- More than two lakh tweets in over 12 hours, #ShameOnTimesNow continues to trend Editorial: Firstpost says, #ShameOnTimesNow: A hashtag that was just waiting to happen as “Shame, accuse, judge - that's their motto. Actually, long before Twitter saw the light of the day and the word 'trolling' became a part of our daily vocabulary, Times Now had mastered the brand of conversation we now associate with no-holds-barred brawls on the social media site”. The Hoot called Times Now’s entire act narcissistic: “It was outrage over the insensitivity, poor journalism and attention-grabbing narcissism of Goswami and his channel”. Protest in Bengaluru Five people, including an athlete, turned up for a silent march in Bengaluru asking Times Now to get well soon. Memes Courtesy: MemesChennai (Pictures courtesy- #ShameOnTimesNow Facebook page)  A Wikipedia page that may or may not be there by the time you click on the link. A video too Tweet
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