BlogAdda’s Tangy Tuesday Picks – Aug 14, ’12

Tangy Tuesday PicksEmployees of India and China spend more time at work and less with family: Study. Anything surprising? Not really. Smita our ‘Premium Blogger’ had asked ‘Where is that Extra Minute?‘. Makes a lot of sense right? Also before reading the Tangy Tuesday Picks for this week, let us know your views on “Why Teaching is not a preferred career choice in India?’, a very interesting conversation initiated by Purba Ray, our ‘Premium Blogger’. 🙂 All set to read the best from the Indian Bloggers this week?

    • Who: Vicky Nanjappa
      What: Cracking terror in Kerala is no easy job
      Tangy: In this post, Vicky exposes the ‘not-so-good’ condition of Kerala and explains how it has been facing lot of terrorism since a long time. The writer also feels that the biggest problem is that these terrorist groups strive on  political support and if this is sorted out, the problem can be controlled.  Glance through this post and see the ugly truth experienced by the state.

    • Who: Tanishka
      What: Yes Boss
      Tangy: In this post, Tanishka very intelligent categorizes different types of ‘bosses’. Each one of us have to deal with one such person at our workplace. If you wish to know which category your boss belongs to, go through this post and we are sure that you will relate to most of it. Thank you Vimmmuuuu for tipping us this post. 🙂

    • Who: Paloma Sharma
      What: India: The Church-State
      Tangy: Paloma along with reacting to the recent communal outburst in Mumbai raises few questions regarding India’s integrity and religious beliefs. She feels that there is no need to be so uncomformtable about separation of religious structures. She also wishes to know where will we stand when it becomes a matter of the Holy v/s the Nation. Read this post if you also feel that things should change in India now.

    • Who: Chickwit
      What: Finding me in mommee
      Tangy: Chickwit relates her life to the character of ‘Nemo’ from the animated movie Finding Nemo. In this post, she says that motherhood does not allow you to do what you felt like doing initially. She says that before giving birth to her son, her life was different. But there is solution for every problem. Today she does what she loves doing or things she always wished to do. Read this post to know what it means when your dreams are finally being fulfilled.

    • Who: Anuradha Goyal
      What: Hyderabad Hues XIII – Nizamia Observatory, Ameerpet
      Tangy: Through this blog post, Anuradha very beautifully explores the Nizamia Observatory in Hyderabad and its contribution to scientific advances in India. Read this post to know your city/ country better because it is important to understand their contributions towards various fields.

    • Who: Chavvanni chap
      WhatAnurag Kashyap : An Auteur Demystified
      Tangy: In this post, the writer Chaavni chap  analyzes the body of work of Anurag Kashyap because the writer feels that he has been highly creative with his work and his films contain a personal vision and a distinctive style which as an artist interests the writer to observe and examine. Read to post to know more about this talented director and his mindblowing work.

    • Who: Rickie Khosla
      What: Faster, Higher, Stronger. Anything But Duller!
      Tangy: After the whole action, the Olympics finally got over which means our sad, monotonous routines will be back soon. In this post, Rickie focuses on ideas by which we can inspire and bring some drama into our otherwise mundane lives. Read this post to bring back the excitement.

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