BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Jul. 18, ’09

Spicy SaturdayNamaskaaramulu (Hello in Telugu). The rains finally hit Mumbai and the city was crippled with less than 200 mm of rain. Where are the crores of rupees spent by the BMC reflected? Taj hotel is abuzz today with activity as Hillary Rodham Clinton has arrived :). We ca guess what tomorrow’s headlines in newspapers would be. 🙂 Or keep watching India TV to know the ‘insightful’ headlines!!

  • Who : The Acorn
    What : What’s a little terrorism between dialogue partners?
    Spicy : On the sidelines of the NAM summit Dr Manmohan Singh met Yusuf Raza Gilani in Egypt. The Acorn has their views on the same and consider it a shame. Do you think so? Read and let Acorn know your views.


  • Who : Poor Joke
    What : Manmohan Singh meets Gilani
    Spicy : After the serious post by The Acorn, Poor Jokes in their own unique way has posted what they think would have been the talk between Dr Manmohan Singh and Yusuf Raza Gilani. A post that will make you ROFL and which you shouldn’t miss reading!!

  • Who : Ravi Lobo
    What : A fast train to Virar
    Spicy : This post is a must read for all those who travel by train. Local trains to be more specific. After reading the post you may want to ask Ravi if he does Scripting as this post has been scripted so well . We also suggest you to imagine the scenes in your mind as it happens which will make it more exciting for sure :).  A super post!!

  • Who : Rakesh
    What : Is this really a CRIME?
    Spicy : A very interesting post by Rakesh and tipped to us by Indyeah on the recent ruling of Supreme Court on Sec. 377! This post is different as it questions the legality behind the ruling and the facts which went behind the ruling. What are your views on the same?

  • Who : K Balakumar
    What : Unfair to those not fair
    Spicy : Balakumar in this post as the title suggests questions the rationality the fairness in life. He takes the real life examples and questions the fairness behind it. A very interesting post.

We continue to serve you the best Indian Blog Posts week after week. Hope you are enjoying them :).

Hope you have read the insightful interview with Dina Mehta who throws in some very interesting thoughts on Social Media and not many know that she is one of India’s few and famous ethnographers. Do read the interview if you have not as yet. If you come across any interesting post or tweets and want to share, you can tip us on Twitter or contact us here and we will credit you for the selected pick.

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