As we are writing this, Indian athletes in the Commonwealth games have won their first gold. It is a proud moment for all of us especially after the bad pre-event buzz it generated. We are now focusing on the sports and for the time being have moved our eyes away from corruption surrounding the games.
This week we have some posts talking about it. In other news, cricket fans would be rejoicing as India just won a test match from the brink of defeat against Australia. All those who feel Test Cricket is dead, you gotta see this match. Also remember from next week, we would be picking ONLY the bloggers who have joined this noble cause.
- Who : Poonam Sharma
What : Commonwealth Games 2010 – Indian Pride and Some Home Truths
Tangy : When we interviewed Poonam Sharma, she had mentioned about her interest for Social Activism. We now have a brilliant post from Poonam on the Commonwealth Games 2010. You gotta read this and let her know what you think and how we should react. A must must read.
- Who : Siddesh Kabe
What : The Origin of Marriage
Tangy : Whoa! Siddesh has finally managed to find how marriage was originated. We would not reveal anything more and would request you to read the post to find out. 🙂
- Who : Varalotti
What : If You Have Tears Shed Them Now!
Tangy : Varalotti pens down an incident happened during British rule in a place called Tuticorin in south which was unheard for most of us till now. A seven year old killed on point blank by a Britisher just because she said Vande Mataram, when she didn’t even know the meaning of it. A rather cruel act and a heart touching story. Read on to find out what happened.
- Who : Subir Ghosh
What : ?Naming a rape victim, dead or alive, is just not done
Tangy : Almost all of us will agree that the Government should set some guidelines for the unrestrained media right now. All not-required things become breaking news or a point of news but things like ‘not naming a rape victim’ just skips their mind. This blog will convey you how the government and media are ‘not for the people and definitely not by the people’. An enlightening read!
- Who : Missy HuckFinn
What : On Beauty, as Substitute for Love.
Tangy : Have you ever thought that the pursuit of beauty could replace that of love? If you observe, both are immortal if one attempts towards it and if not then the change is constant. With these similarities, do you think that actually beauty can take over love? Well, yes it can. Surprised? Read this blog and you will believe us. A must read!
- Who : Iswarya Devi
What : Just one night!!
Tangy : You all must have seen the famous Dairy Milk Shots ad, where a not-so-happening guy meets a oh-so-hot girl (compared to him though :P) in the middle of a rainy night right at his door steps! Well, this blog post is similar to that with a small twist and we leave that twist as a surprise for you. Read on to find out!
- Who : Sweta Tiwary
What : Waiting Room
Tangy : When you see a news on TV/ newspaper of someone getting kidnapped, raped, murdered or assaulted, for a fraction of a second we do think that can this or this could happen to us also someday. Even the thought of it scares us. Imagine yourself as the victim and think how that person felt when that cruel moment must be nearing. Read this post to ‘feel the fear’.
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