Sachin Tendulkar loves reading blogs and also has a private blog of his own where he writes under a pseduonym. Since everyone these days are writing about Sachin Tendulkar, we thought we will do our bit as well. 😉 It is the festive week already and we have some awesome posts for you to read this Tuesday. Are you ready?
- Who : Rency Philip
What : The Autorickshaw Driver
Tangy : A post on a rickshaw driver, but this time it doesn’t talk about the rising meter prices, meter-jam or the attitude of the drivers. A fiction post narrating incidents of a helpful driver. Refreshing read on rickshaw drivers! Do read Rency Philip’s post.
- Who : Bhargavi
What : The story of the chap that loved “vegetarian ” noodle..
Tangy : A Tam-Brahm vegetarian boy lands up in the land of non-vegetarians. What happens when he goes to have some vegetarian food? Read Bhargavi’s post to know his situation. 😛
- Who : The Comic Project
What : Guide to Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix
Tangy : The Comic Project has bifurcated the audience coming to the F1 Indian Grand Prix. A really witty and humorous picture depicting the race. Do have a look! 🙂
- Who : Jenn_CGnana
What : India’s Immoral Police
Tangy : India is ruled by chauvinism says Jenn CGnana. She shares an incident which reflects this state. Also she is not in agreement with the Slutwalk that was carried in Delhi. Do read her post and let her know if you agree with her.
- Who : : Deepak Budki
What : An Open Letter To Prashant Bhushan
Tangy : I only wish good sense prevails upon you and people like you because parasites grow only at the expense of other’s – Deepak Budki. He writes an open letter to Prashant Bhushan, a social activist and lawyer and asks him questions on some issues of Kashmir. Read and leave your comments.
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