Too many political dramas, too many raids, too many scams and too much money riding on all of them. Thankfully there are some amazing things to do this weekend apart from reading all about this. For example, blog about the Men who you respect in your life and then read the amazing posts this week from Indian Bloggers.
- Who: Mariellen Ward
What: Why I think you should BOTH practise safe travel AND keep your perspective
Spicy: “I think it is making India seem more dangerous for travellers than it actually is, compared to other countries… Our attitude and level of confidence plays a big part in our experience of travel.”
- Who: Shakti Shetty
What: Twitter’s 96 Unwritten Rules
Spicy: “It’s interesting to see how trends change and we try to make our virtual world as interesting as it can get while our real one begs upgradation. Here you’ll find 96 such rules which are best left unread.”
- Who: Som
What: Arnab Goswami Interviews Pope Francis!
Spicy: Interesting and humorous conversation between AG and ‘Mr. Pope’.
- Who: Sonia Anoop
What: A son’s poem to his mother
a Spicy: “Women are not possessions. Women are people… Those are not the reasons that I should be able to live a life free from rape, sexual assault or any kind of violent crime.”
- Who: Kiran Manral
What: My Tehelka blog post: The difference between wooing and stalking
Spicy: “Every girl would know the horror of being stalked. Contrary to what our esteemed politicians believe, there is nothing romantic about it.”
- Who: Roshan Radhakrishnan
What: Chasing an outlandish dream
Spicy: “I have always been a dreamer. By nature, I am an introvert and pacifist, but against the expected norm, that never stopped me from chasing the impossible”.
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