Tussi kivein ho? (How are you in Punjabi). This morning we were greeted by the news of Bomb Scare at different places in Delhi. Why are we bowing down to terrorism? Why isn’t our judiciary acting against these offenders? Why are we loosening the noose which we had over our neighbors. Are we waiting for more such incidents to happen. It is the Common man who suffers in all these. We, the common man vote for the government in assurance of security. Aren’t we entitled to it? Think about it. But you are entitled to read the best blog posts from the Indian Blogosphere. Here are this week’s Tangy Tuesday Picks.
- Who : Chronicwriter
What : My kind of girl
Tangy: Chronicwriter is here with his chronicles again. As the title suggests, this post is about Chronicwriter’s kind of girl topped with some interesting conversations as well. A must read.
- Who : Frozenwell
What : Two Poems for a girl child
Tangy : We have two beautiful poems for a girl child. One is written by Frozenwell and other by Prabhjot. All we can say is that, the flow is very good alongwith the message it wants to convey. A very well written poem indeed.
- Who : V.K Grover
What : Teachers : Aaj Kal
Tangy : This wonderful post on the occasion of Teacher’s day is written by V.K Grover for his son Vipul Grover’s blog. This post has the views of a father who compares the present day teaching methods to the methods of teaching at his time. A very interesting read indeed.
- Who : Nishka
What : DIY Diwali Diyas
Tangy : Komal has this wonderful post about Diwali Diyas inspired after seeing Rajee Sood’s wonderful post. This creative post by Komal has the different types of diyas and how we can go about making it. Diwali is round the corner, so favorite all these wonderful posts.
- Who : Sona and Jasmine
What : Happy Birthday Asha Ji!
Tangy : Today is Asha Bhosle’s 77th birthday. Sona and Jasmine have this wonderful post celebrating Ashaji’s birthday with a compilation of some wonderful songs of her. A must read post for all the people who love music.
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11 Replies to “BlogAdda’s Tangy Tuesday Picks – Sep. 8, ’09”
Hey thnx there:)
Dad earns his vry frst reward with his debut post itslf:)
hey thanks blogadda…glad that what we intended is reaching many people…!!SAVE THE GIRL CHILD>>>>
Thank You so much! 🙂 You made my day! And you also made me a boy! lol!
thanks for selecting us..
Female foeticide really needs to be curbed..
@Vipul Yes, Congrats to Prof. V K Grover. Great post, indeed.
@Narendra Pai Agreed! Trust that it makes people realise and follow!
@Archana (aka) Archie Ooppss. Done the changes! Will visit your blog to read a few more answers! 🙂
@Prabhjot Kaur Yes, it needs to be. Sukhdeep Singh has a post on similar subject. Do read his guest post titled ‘Mom, Save Me!’
ROFL! Now it looks worse than before… Like I’m in a gender-identity-crisis phase! (Just kidding!)
You guys are sweet!
@Archana All ok now? 😛 – Everyone go now and read Archie’s post! 🙂 – And make sure you answer those questions!
might i ask the admin a question?how did you reach till our blogs?I mean is it a random thing or you actually read ALL(which is tough i know.:P) blogs and found us worthy for the selection?
this is something i am sure all of us might want to know…please..
well you can choose to ignore the question but if you answer,we will love you more!!haha
@Narendra We read lots of blogs everyday and pick those ones that grab our attention and think will be useful to the community. We also get tips/recommendations from many users about these posts. You can tip us using our contact form or on twitter/facebook.
Have a great weekend and come back to read Spicy Saturday Picks tomorrow!
Female Feticide – A Mysterious Propaganda
Here is a common man’s arm-chair research and analysis about this issue based on the available historical census data of India in comparison with two other countries China and USA.