While walking down the streets, travelling to work or while you actually work, you see something or someone that makes you go red with anger and your body’s natural instinct makes you want to whack him/her/it. Yes! It is natural and happens to everyone. Right, na? We know you can think of so many things right now – we are listening – share it with us. And we know you are good writers – describe it well and you’ll win goodies! 🙂
‘My mother is a poem, I’ll never be able to write – though everything I write, is a poem to my mother’, quotes Sharon Doubiago. Writing a tribute for the Mother is probably one of the best ways to acknowledge one’s feelings. We would love to see their faces when each of them read the tributes which their children have written for them. Seeing such an overwhelming response, we have increased the number of winners to 5! Thank you everyone for your support.
It is time now to announce the top five tributes to mum judged by Surekha Pillai. Surekha Pillai is a Delhi-based communications consultant, who readily agreed to be the judge for this contest. We appreciate her for taking out time to read so many entries. We recommend to follow her on Twitter to have interesting conversations. Here is what she has to say about the posts, contest and how she chose the winners.
Have you always wanted to solve a mystery? Are you a fan of thrillers and whodunnits? Do you always try to analyze and solve mysteries in your mind? After the overwhelming response to the ‘Tribute to Mom‘ contest, we are back with another one. 🙂 This week it is ‘Whodunnit’ contest.
Update: Sidin Vadukut will be ready with the results pretty soon. He had to hire some CBI guys to help him in this one. 🙂
‘God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers’ and ‘of all the rights of women, the greatest is to be a mother’, says the wise. Mother’s day is round the corner. On this occasion, let everyone know how special your mom is. Write a tribute/poem to your Mother and you stand to win some very exciting goodies. Read on…
The time has come to finally announce the results of the Wide Angle Contest! Writing a tribute for anyone is not easy and a true tribute is well researched and comes from the heart! We received overwhelming response for this and each and every post is a True Tribute. Prem Panicker agreed to be the judge and pick up the best two tributes to Anil Kumble. Not only that, he wrote in a wonderful note on how he chose the winners. Thanks a lot Sir!! Here is what he had to say about the contest and the winning tributes.
Anil Radhakrishnan Kumble, the man who has won more tests for India than any other bowler in the history of Indian Cricket. He is one of only two bowlers in the history of cricket to have taken all 10 wickets in a test innings. But do you know that Anil Kumble is an amazing photographer as well. His passion for photography has driven him to publish a coffee table book called ‘Wide Angle’. Read on to find more about it and chance for you to lay your hands on…