‘Floods hitting India and Pakistan and close to 2000 deaths from both the countries’. We never know what can hit upon us in the next few minutes. This is how life is. Why fight it out and have vengeance? Let us pray for peace and happiness and live a better life. 🙂 Recently researchers unearthed a fact that reading good blogs can increase your smile and make your brain work nicely! 😛 If you want to do that, then read the best of the Indian blogs right here. 🙂
- Who : Neha Silam
What : Reforms in Family Law Part 1
Spicy : When we have an lawyer amongst us why worry? 😛 Neha who is a lawyer by profession has this series of posts on “Reforms in Family Law’. You got to follow her blog now. A must read.
- Who : Mansi Bhatia
What : The perfect modern-day marriage
Spicy : A poem which sums it all up perfectly. Brilliantly written by Mansi is all we have to say on this post. You gotta read it. 🙂
- Who : ScorpioGenius
What : When will we learn?
Spicy : Kerala and communism go hand in hand. Question is ‘When will we ever learn’? A post which highlights some of the issues faced in Kerala. A post which everyone should read!
- Who : Shashikiran Mullur
What : Cochin Post
Spicy : In the previous post we read about the not so good things happening in Kerala. In this post we will read about the good things of Kerala. 🙂 Shashikiran has this post which captures the essence of Cochin in a beautiful way. You will enjoy reading this one.
- Who : Avada Kedavra
What : Mac or a PC?
Spicy : Not everyday do you get a technical post from Avada Kedavra. In this post you get to know the technical gyaan on whether to go for a Mac or a PC. Read it now.
- Who : Ambulisamma
What : Of burush, penne, siraf and understand madaamme
Spicy : Never hire a maid to whom you can’t even talk basics let alone gossips..says Ambulisammma. 🙂 This post is all about that. A fun read. 🙂
- Who : Vikas Goel
What : Twit India Movement
Spicy : What would have happened if twitter would have been there while India was fighting for its Independence? How would have the stars of Twitter tweeted? Vikas has this post on it. Enjaai!
We will soon enter into the 64th year of Independence. What has changed and what can we change? Let us feel proud and say ‘Mera Bharat Mahaan‘ – All those who crib about things they don’t like about India, here is your chance to contribute to something more constructive. Make a blog post on how we can execute good things that can make India shine again! Participate Now!
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8 Replies to “BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Aug. 7, ’10”
Thank you Blogadda for picking mine! Honoured.. 🙂
Thanks for bringing this post to the fore. I think it’s an apt reflection of modern-day marriages in the U.S. Keen to see how it translates to the Indian diaspora. I welcome comments and insights.
Thanks, Blogadda. You’ve made me happy this weekend. I went across and saw the other picks. Thanks for those leads too.
Thanks Blogadda for picking my post 🙂