Bharat Bandh! Time for throwing stones at the public transport, terrorizing all those travelling and stopping the day to day life. What do they achieve by this bandh apart from the all the things mentioned above and huge financial losses? We have no option but to tolerate such nonsensical acts by the parties every time. Do you think we can make a difference? We think Indian Bloggers can make a huge difference! Get inspired by reading these wonderful posts from the Indian Bloggers.
- Who: Farida Rizwan
What: You Have Got It All Wrong –
Tangy:Â Farida Rizwan, a cancer survivor, is often appreciated for her winning battle with life. However, she instead doesn’t want to be respected for that, but for the other achievements of her life. She tells us what she would like to be appreciated for, in this post. Do read.
- Who: Sneha
What: 30 Crores of Butter
Tangy:Â A very shocking fact Sneha has put before us through this post. How many of you knew, that Government of India has spent Rs. 30 Crores on the advertisements of birth & death anniversaries of Rajiv Gandhi and Indira Gandhi? Well, of course, this money could have been used for some more needy purpose. But it wasn’t. Know how she found out these figures, by reading this post.
- Who:Â Sunita Kurup for Sujatha
What: The BOY-Friend
Tangy:Â There are many girls who have more guy-friends than female-friends. Reasons could be many, and so are speculations.Â Sunita Kurup has a similar situation. She narrates an incident based on similar lines, of her childhood days. Read and comment your views.
- Who: Amreekandesi
What: The Story of Indian Cricket’s Fall
Tangy:Â Baking News presents to you half baked news that may have no credibility in the real world.Â It sure does live upto what they claim! You will laugh while reading this post! Baking News unveils the twist in the tale, of the Australian tour of the Indian cricket team. Want to know? Head over!
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