BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Jul. 25, ’09

Spicy SaturdayVannakkam (Hello in Tamil). It is a beautiful Saturday here and it was a sunny day yesterday. After all the brouhaha by the BMC over the clashing of high tides and heavy rains which in turn will cause imminent floods, all the warnings and the hype factor caused by media went Kaput :D. Currently, Proto is on at Pune and we wish all the best for startups showcasing there. BTW, we won the Ipod shuffle and the Wi-Fi T-Shirt for the live coverage/tweeting in the previous edition. As always we are back with our Spicy Saturday Picks – the best blogposts from the Indian Blogosphere this week!

  • Who : The Faking News
    What : Rakhi Sawant marries wrong guy due to solar eclipse
    Spicy : Can you believe this? Faking news reports about what happens after Rakhi realized that she married the wrong guy and its aftereffects. Hilarious post. A must read post to start with a smile. 🙂


  • Who : The Filter Coffee
    What : Mock Outrage
    Spicy : The Indo – US nuclear deal has come back to haunt us. In the backdrop of Hillary Clinton’s visit, the filter coffee has some very interesting points to note and has posted about it in this very interesting post. Do read!

  • Who : Anju Gandhi
    What : Kanyadaan—- Donation of your daughter?????
    Spicy : This post has been tipped to us by Smitha and we thank her for tipping us this wonderful post. ‘Kanyadaan’, this term is very important in every girl’s marriage! But do we really need it? On what basis do we ‘donate’ our daughter? All this questions are put forward in this must read post by Anju Gandhi!

  • Who : Lekhni
    What : On routine frisking and unapologetic apologies
    Spicy : Last week, our former President APJ Abdul Kalam was frisked on his way abroad. This incident created a lot of uproar. Lekhni has some very interesting views on the same. Do read and let her know your views.

  • Who : D
    What : Art for art’s sake or blog for blogging’s sake?
    Spicy : As the title rightly suggests, D has some very interesting questions and her views on, who do you blog for – the reader or yourself? How do you choose the topic for a blog post? When you try to strike a balance between the reader and you, which side is the balance more likely to tilt? What are your answers??

We continue to serve you the best Indian Blog Posts week after week. Hope you are enjoying them :).

If you come across any interesting post or tweets and want to share, you can tip us on Twitter or contact us here and we will credit you for the selected pick. Do not miss our Interviews and Perky Tweets. If you haven’t as yet, do read them over this weekend 🙂

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