BlogAdda’s Tangy Tuesday Picks – Jan. 24, ’12

Tangy Tuesday Picks ‘India is now 6th nation to have nuclear submarine’, “If any disruption happens regarding the sale of Iranian oil, the Strait of Hormuz will definitely be closed.” Why does the world have to put so much emphasis on War? Why not talk peace and live happily? We are sure many of you would be wondering the same. Let us make the world a better place to live. 🙂 There are some awesome Indian Bloggers out here who write about amazing things which opens a whole new perspective. Let us read them now.

    • Who : realitycheck
      What : On Praveen Swami’s repugnant piece on Maha Kumbh
      Tangy : As the title says, this post is an analysis and reply to what Praveen Swami wrote about the Maha Kumbh Mela. Praveen talks about the costs that the state incurs for the security and proper functioning of the Mela. He also talks about the ownership of the land. RealityCheck analyses his article and replies to his wrongly absorbed thoughts about the costs of the Mela. A very analytical and aptly replied post.

    • Who : MummySan
      What : Of blacks, whites and greys
      Tangy:: It takes a village to raise a child. Portrayal of a subject is very important in order to pass on the intended message. And this becomes extremely important, when you want to teach your child something in particular. Mommy San’s son Tyke innocently adopted a wrong thinking, that her school teacher failed to convey properly. Read and share if something similar happened with your toddler too.

    • Who : Shuddhabrata Sengupta
      What : Satanic Versus Moronic: How Salman Rushdie Lost the UP Election
      Tangy : The freedom of expression is more important than what happens to Salman Rushdie, or to a single book, says Shuddhabrata Sengupta. In this post he talks about the controversial ‘The Satanic Verses’ and how if the Congress ignores Rushdie’s issue, the power will shift to Samajwadi or Bahujan Samaj Party. More about UP elections, Rushdie’s absence in Jaipur Lit Fest and other significant things in this post.

    • Who : Scribblehappy
      What : All In The (Gentlemen’s) Game
      Tangy : After reading this post we are also tempted to read Barry Norman’s Book of Cricket. ScribbleHappy writes down some funny conversations that the book has accounted, of the Gentlemen from the Gentleman’s game. Do read. 🙂

    • Who : Corinne Rodrigues
      What : Thoughts On Long-Term Relationships
      Tangy : Corinne wishes her Mum and Dad on their 61st wedding anniversary in this post. She also pens down the success mantra, that leads to a happy long term relationship. We wish Corinne’s parents Happy 61st Wedding Anniversary! 😀

    • Who : Jeff
      What : Hindu Right Wing, Police and Media Nexus
      Tangy : India cannot afford to tolerate these extremist fundamentalist groups. They have to be banned or must be dealt strictly, says Jeffshawn. He informs us about how The Hindu Right Wingers are being heard about by the people, for all the wrong reasons. He also blames the media, for not reporting and acting as a responsible journalist or a citizen. Read more in this post.

    • Who : Ravindra Rajput
      What : Dreams on fire
      Tangy : Ravindra brings forward a true story which teaches us, life is surely full of surprises and learnings in them. A bright student wanting to make it to IIT, faces a sudden death of his own father. This story is about how he crosses all the hurdles and makes it to being a successful man. Do read.

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