Saturday, September 01, 2007

Sujai Karampuri on ToI's 'Lead India' reality TV show


Times of India has been running Lead India, a campaign that's currently in the first phase when people send in their applications. It has an elaborate process of filtering people out, with city-level and region-level contests. What can the survivors expect? A chance to participate in a reality TV show!

The contest even features a web page devoted to those who look like celebrities leaders. Well, this totally sleazy exercise is crying out to be mocked, ridiculed and criticized! And Sujai has stepped up to this task and done a thorough demolition job.

Start with Quality of a Leader, and work your way up through Leadership, RDB style to the most recent ToI: Lead India Campaign.

1 Comments:

  1. Lin said...

    Hello.
    I'm writing from the BBC radio programme World Have Your Say (http://bbcnews.com/worldhaveyoursay/) which is broadcast at 6 p.m. in London, Monday through Friday. We're interested in spending some time next discusing the Lead India contest and I'm curious if you'd be interested in participating.
    Because we're a radio programme, your contribution on air is as easy as us calling you from our studio.
    You can contact me at Lin.Liu@bbc.co.uk. If you send me your phone number I can ring you back from London.
    Cheers!