BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – May. 16, ’09

Spicy SaturdayAhn nyeong ha se yo (Hello in Korean). We will know today who the Indian People have voted to lead their next government. What will  the verdict be? We will know the answers by evening. To divert your mind from the tensions of Indian Elections, Read these super posts from Indian Blogosphere 🙂

  • Who : Aneesha
    What : Breathe…
    Spicy : What a post to start with the proceedings :). A short fictional well written story by Aneesha is a must read!!


  • Who : Tharini
    What : The Story of the dripping tap!
    Spicy : ‘The relationship between two spiritual aspirants can be a little complicated’. This is how the post starts and this is what the post is all about. A well written post by Tharini.

  • Who : Abz of Thought Corner
    What : The Olive Ridley Turtles are Dying, Do YOU Care?
    Spicy : The Olive Ridley Turtles are among the World’s most endangered Species. A post which reminds us of the care to be taken and the steps needed to be taken to protect the species are mentioned in this post. A very informative post.

  • Who : Smita Jain
    What : I paid for my sins
    Spicy : Smita Jain is a writer and screenwriter for many popular soaps airing on the television! This post of Smita tells us her feelings about the repercussions of an earlier post which she had written about her religious sentiments. That is all we can reveal, to know more read the post 🙂

  • Who : Jai Iyer
    What : INGA (Indian Manga) : The Secret
    Spicy : A very interesting concept by Jai Iyer where he presents to you the first in a series of short-stories-in-a-graphic-novel/comic-book-style. A different post and a post to be followed in the coming months.

We would be delighted if you write in a line or two and let us know your feedback about the picks selected.

If you come across any interesting post and want to share, you can tip us on Twitter or contact us here and we will credit you for the selected pick. Wish you all a great weekend and hope that whosoever wins the elections will do a whole world of good. Or is it asking for too much? Do read the latest interview with Indian Homemaker.

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