BlogAdda’s Tangy Tuesday Picks – Mar. 16, ’10

Tangy Tuesday PicksHappy Gudi Padwa and Ugadi to all our readers. Yes, we are working today like millions of others, contributing to India’s Growth story. πŸ™‚ You know what we are working for, don’t you? Yes, we are working to serve the best to the Indian Blogosphere and pick out the best blog posts for you to read today. Here are this week’s Tangy Tuesday Picks.

  • Who : Rachana Shakyawar
    What : Mom and Me – Born Bond
    Tangy : Whatay post to start with. A beautifully written post by Rachana where she chronicles the bond she shares with her mom at every stage of her life. An emotion filled post which is direct from the heart. A super tribute to a great relationship!

  • Who : Vinod Sharma
    What : Twitter wars: old media vs new
    Tangy : Vinod Sharma has this awesome post where he talks about the Old Media vs New Media War which has started in Twitter and will spread elsewhere soon. The known names from the old media are using twitter and how – Read this post to find out.Β 

  • Who : Smitzy
    What : To my mum…
    Tangy : After Rachana’s post, it is Smitzy’s turn to write a wonderful poem for her mom. Again an awesome poem filled with emotions and the use of the right words to describe what she feels for her mom. She claims this is her first attempt, but let us tell you Smitzy, you’ve done very good!

  • Who : Kanagu
    What : IPL – 3 Review
    Tangy : India is watching IPL and every TV in most of the household would be watching IPL for atleast 5 minutes. Kanagu has a very interesting review on IPL 3 where he has reviewed each and every team with their strong points and weaknesses. What are your views? (Ed.: Check out IPL Dashboard with the best IPL blogs)

  • Who : Meena
    What : A letter to self!
    Tangy : How many of you have written a letter to yourself? Meena has written this letter to her younger self which makes it an enjoyable read. How many of us enjoy criticizing ourselves? Meena has done it in this post that tracks her life timeline.

  • Who : Rani
    What : Why the reservation bill doesn’t excite the feminist in me
    Tangy : Rani has this very interesting take on the “women’s reservation bill’. She has listed her opinion on why the bill doesn’t excite her. How many of you share the same sentiments? Do let Rani know.

  • Who : Nimmy
    What : Pragmatics between moral police and one’s freedom of expression
    Tangy : Are we losing our freedom of expression? Are we being guarded by Moral Police who are dictating their terms on us? Nimmy has this eye opener post which is a must read for everyone.

  • Who : Anish Thomas
    What : Lift
    Tangy : This is Anish’s first attempt at writing a short story and we have to appreciate the fact that it is very well written. Read it and you will know why. Thank you Pearl for this tip.

  • Who : Saikat
    What : The business of Banking Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
    Tangy : How many of you fret over going to a bank to complete transactions? How many of you curse the Indian Banking system and the way it functions? Saikat has this excellent series on his experiences and tells us the business behind the banking. Looking forward for more of your experiences.

Are you a fan of Indian Webcomics or just want to have some fun viewing some comics, then you must read the interview with Saad Akthar of Fly You Fools.

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8 Replies to “BlogAdda’s Tangy Tuesday Picks – Mar. 16, ’10”

  1. Hi BlogAdda team!
    Thank you so much…for selecting my post…
    indeed this is going to be the best gift for my MOM on her Birthday!
    Yes..it is an auspicious occasion…Ugadi/Gudi Padwa..and this seems like a great blessing for me:)

    Best wishes to all..!
    Keep the Spark Alive..
    ~luv Rachana!

  2. I’m quite speechless to say the least! This is such an honor being picked by blogadda.
    I’ll definitely show this to my mother when I meet up with her next..

    Thanks a ton blogadda, you just made my day! πŸ™‚

  3. @Nimmy You are most welcome. πŸ™‚ When you feel honored, we feel honored too πŸ™‚

    @Rachana We are glad that we could help bring smile on your Mom’s birthday. She is lucky to have a daughter like you and we are sure she must be feeling proud about it.

    @Smitzy Hope your speech is back now. :p We need more such first attempts from you. πŸ™‚

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