BlogAdda’s Tangy Tuesday Picks – Dec. 1 ’09

Tangy Tuesday PicksKemon acho? (How are you in Bengali). Climate change may kill 400,000 children every year says a report! From December 7, 2009, environment ministers and officials will meet in Copenhagen for the United Nations climate conference to thrash out a successor to the Kyoto protocol. Hope they come out with something great which will make the mother nature happy. Today is World Aids day and it is one of the biggest issues our mankind is facing! Prevention is the only way, as there is no cure… support HIV affected people, they are one of us…. On that note, we are here with the best blogposts from the Indian Blogs on variety of issues and much more.

  • Who : Pretty Woman
    What : In good humour…
    Tangy: A humorous post to start with where pretty woman talks about things that women hate! As the title says, take the post as a good humour post and not otherwise. 🙂

  • Who : Ananya
    What : People
    Tangy : People! There are many kinds of people in this world. Ananya has categorized them according to what she has experienced. All our readers would agree with Ananya we feel. Do read and let her know if there is anything to be added.

  • Who : Harsha Chittar
    What : Irony
    Tangy : An awesome post by Harsha is all we want to say about this post. The way he has conveyed the message and the end makes it a worthy read. You will also realize the hidden message which the post conveys.

  • Who : Iggy
    What : I’d say it’s kind of funny!
    Tangy : ‘If there’s one thing in my life that I have learned, it’s that no matter how close you are to a person, he or she will use you.’ says Iggy. In this post, she shares with us some experiences to prove her serious point in a humorous way.

  • Who : Rahul Jauhari
    What
    : Dear Brother Twitter
    Tangy : We have this awesome post from Rahul Jauhari which will make you ROFL for sure. It talks about Twitter addiction and much more in the Rahul Jauhari ishtyle.

  • Who : Siddesh Kabe
    What : 10 Subtle signs that winter has began
    Tangy : Its the winter season here in India! Seasonal changes are observed by many people and Siddesh has a very witty take on his day to day observations. A post you will relate to and enjoy reading.

  • Who : Meera Sapra
    What : Spread love, not AIDS
    Tangy : Its World Aids day today and we have Meera Sapra with a post conveying the message in a comical way. Enjoy the post 🙂

  • Who : Psych Babbler
    What : World AIDs Day
    Tangy : This post by Psych Babbler has some very interesting facts and thoughts on the occasion of World AIDS day. Let us all join Psych Babbler in spreading the awareness and get more people educated about it.

  • Who : Shilpa Garg
    What : The Insanity of My Addiction
    Tangy : Shilpa in this post talks about her addiction to Farmville, the latest game by zynga which is creating waves on Facebook and has become the biggest game in terms of users on Facebook. This post will give you an Idea about hoow addicted one can get with Farmville. Thanks to Alexis for tipping us this post

  • Who : Andrew Adams
    What : A journey through the eyes of hope
    Tangy : Andrew Adams is an award-winning photographer who has shot in some of the most beautiful locations in the Caribbean, Bermuda, and India. In this post, we have some breathtaking photos about India from Andrew’s stable

Week after week, we have regulars who take the effort to tip us (you can write to us as well) dedicatedly and write some amazing posts. Do support them by reading their posts and commenting!

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