There is a lot happening this week! The prices for food commodities are soaring up. All the news you majorly see around is related to politics. Bigg Boss, the controversial reality show is back with its seventh season. Let us know your views regarding the same. We’re here with the Tangy Tuesday Picks this week written by Indian bloggers. Happy Reading! 🙂
- Who: Naina Madan
What: The perfect punctuation mark
Tangy: Naina writes an extremely humorous post which everyone is sure to relate to! The social networking website, Facebook reminds you whose birthday it is but you as an individual always wonder how is the best possible way to send in your birthday wish which also complements the relation you share with that person.
- Who: Amit Sharma
What:Chronicles of Dearth : The case of missing Yaun-doms
Tangy: Amit writes a post where he talks of an imaginary planet, Dearth and about the issues faced by the planet. There is a strong resemblance to our planet earth and he has written his post in an extremely humorous way. Amit through this post has you in splits!
- Who: Sarthak Ahuja
What: Being your plastic bag
Tangy: Sarthak writes an awesome post from the point of view of being the plastic bag we use everyday. He writes it with a view of being Eco-friendly and getting people to stop using plastic bags. His articles is very nicely done!
- Who: Charu Amar
Tangy: Charu writes about why she wished for a baby boy instead of a girl! Before you think of anything like a son is always preferred in India, read the post to know the reasons behind her wanting a son. Like all the mothers in India today, she was also scared and worried about the upbringing of her girl child in such an unsafe environment.
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