It had started on the evening of 4 March, after the exit polls had come in. An hour or two into the coverage, we had all trooped out for a break, looking at each other in amazement. I was not alone in feeling that most of us had, with little or no prodding, ended up offering comments that were speculative at best and foolish in general.
At the end of day one, I realised that I was not the only one perplexed. Outside the studio, sitting in a conference, Arnab told us, “I’m not sure even I know what we are doing, but people are watching us. More
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