We are at our favourite part of the week, the weekend! We look forward to your active participation at the BlogAdda Forum where you can feel free to discuss any and everything about blogging. We’ve begun with BlogAdda Debates as well where we wait to see your opinions about various issues that need to be discussed. We’re here with the Spicy Saturday picks, amazing blog posts written by Indian bloggers.
- Who: Mayura Govinda Rao
What: Ordinance to save lawbreakers
Spicy: Mayura in her article talks about how she feels a monarchic rule is better than the kind of democratic rule in India. The scams in India against the politicians are going on for more than 15 years now. She talks about the new bill that may be passed in favour of politicians with a criminal record.
- Who: Anu Dev
What: Chronicles of Pirate attack survivor…
Spicy: Anu in her post writes about her scary adventure when the ship she was travelling in was under a pirate attack. The memories of that day still give her goosebumps but that day has also left her stronger! The valour and quick thinking of the officers on the ship was remarkable!
- Who: Dinesh Kumar Agarwal
What: भारतीय पुलिस और सीबीआई की कार्य-प्रणाली इतनी विचित्र सी है की आश्चर्य होता है|
Spicy: Dinesh in his post writes about how the Police and CBI work with a lot of partiality in the society. There are criminals who are left scot- free only because they are in some way associated to other influential people. It is sad for a nation where citizens are losing trust in the judicial system of India.
- Who: Ilakshee Bhuyan Nath
What: Birthday Parties
Spicy: Ilakshee in her post talks about how birthday parties have changed over time. Before, it would just be some snacks and a few close friends along with a birthday cake. Now it has become an exorbitant affair with taking the children to a mall or for a movie and also making the return gifts an extremely important and costly affair.
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