One more strike that cripples the city of Mumbai. Temperature in Delhi today is 39 °C. Wait, this is supposed to be the monsoon season, right? Where have the rains disappeared? Aren’t the yagnas and honour killings showing its effects? Hope people realize that these are just mere beliefs and we need to respect nature for it to show love to us. Talking about love, we love the weekly posts which we pick as they all are just amazing. Read them now.
- Who : Miilee
What : Onwards to Leh via Kargil
Tangy : Leh and Kargil hold fond memories for every Indian especially the latter. Miilee has this awesome post chronicling her travel to Leh and Kargil. A must see & read for all.
- Who : Anirban Dasgupta
What : The A-Z of my Pune Years
Tangy : It is interesting to read an ‘A to Z of your life’. Anirban has this interesting post on his A-Z of his Pune years. We are sure many of you will relate to it.
- Who : The Bald Guy
Tangy : A mushy post is what we need in the month of monsoons and TBG has it for us. We would not want to reveal what’s in store for you but would surely recommend you to read it.
- Who : Nikhil
What : Crosswords
Tangy : This post by Nikhil is for all the crossword fans. At some point of life we would have tried to solve a crossword, be it while traveling or while reading the newspaper. Here are some tips on how to excel in Crossword.
- Who : Limeice
What : I Can Be a Soapstar
Tangy : Limeice was among the few bloggers whom we were bugging constantly to get back to blogging and here she is with a bang. We know you can be a soapstar by following your tweets on twitter and now its time that you continue blogging. 🙂
- Who : Kaustubh Naik
What : The Stages of Orkut Fraandship!
Tangy : Fraandship in Orkut has a lot of stages. It starts from visiting the profile and leaving your mark to scrapping. Kaustubh has this post on the stages of Orkut! An enjoyable read.
- Who : Rinzu Rajan
What : Will there be someone?
Tangy : We have a very nice poem by Rinzu. A poem which asks ‘Will there be someone?’ The way she has used the words and the feelings make this a must read poem.
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