The headline which caught our attention this morning is ‘Pro-LTTE’ elements blast rail track in TN’. We are already dealing with Maoists and now we have a new situation in hand. For all those who thought LTTE chapter is over, it is not, as this headline suggests. Let this world get free from all forms of violence. Let us make our voices heard. We are echoing the voice of Indian Bloggers through the weekly picks. 🙂 Read them now.
- Who : Rakesh
What : Guest Post : Raavan – A ‘Leaked’ Story
Spicy : Rakesh aka Karate brat has managed to get hold of the ‘leaked’ storyline of the upcoming movie Raavan. This has 4 different climaxes from which you can choose your best one. Join the fun.
- Who : Giribala Joshi
What : The Menace Of Oil Spill
Spicy : The Menace of Oil Spill cannot be described in a post but Giribala tries to convey the most important effect of this oil spill through this post. A sure read.
- Who : Indians Abroad
What : NRIs – Scattered relations, separated friends!
Spicy : Remember the song ‘Chithi aayi hain‘? This post is somewhat similar to that song and expresses what an NRI feels when he is away from home. Do you feel the same?
- Who : Shail
What : Funny and sad
Spicy : We had tweeted about an incident involving vandalism in a school yesterday. Shail goes down the memory lane and recollects a similar incident in her younger days. The point is ‘Is this kind of Vandalism’ acceptable? Do let us know your views.
- Who : Anirban
What : A desi takes on corporate English
Spicy : Haah! A desi takes on corporate English is always a fun read. Anirban has posted his take on the same. A post you will ROFL for sure.
- Who : Sid
What : Short Story: The memory that leaked!!!!
Spicy : A brilliant piece of work by Sid. A short story which tries to express what the survivors of any tragedy feels like and what it is to lose a close one. Sid, keep them coming.
- Who : Indian Homemaker
What : Your honor, accused is of unusual stature.
Spicy : One more brilliant post and this time from Indian Home Maker’s stable. It is amazing to read and understand the way Indian Homemaker conveys the message in most of her serious posts. A sure read.
Remember your first crush? Blog about it and win in this week’s contest. Some awesome entries have come up and let us know yours as well.