Hello Bloggers! We hope the week is treating you well! There is disturbing news about Terror attacks in Nairobi and Pakistan, similar to what India has faced in the recent past. What have you got to say about this? Do let us know! We’re here with the Tangy Tuesday Picks consisting of brilliant posts by Indian bloggers this week.
- Who: Sakshi Nanda
What: Sounding the Red Siren against Sexual Abuse
Tangy: Sakshi in her write up tells us about a shocking incident that she learned about during her college days regarding sexual abuse to children. As a part of her curriculum, she would go to teach in a school for slum children where she noted thisÂ horrifyingÂ incident.
- Who: Sreesha Divakaran
What: The Man Who Wanted To Burn His Daughter Alive.
Tangy: Sreesha in her post talks about the lawyer fighting the Delhi Rape Case from the side of the accused and he mentioning that he would burn his daughter alive had he understood that she was roaming with a boy at 9pm in the night. Doesn’t this say enough about the society and our stereotypical views about everything? The anger in the minds of women today is what this postÂ portrays.
- Who: SoldierWifeMusings
What: Ek Lambe Intezaar Ke baad
Tangy: Ek Lambe Intezaar ke baad is a lovely poem written depicting the feelings of the wife of a soldier who meets her husband after a very long time. TheÂ separationÂ pangs of a soldier’s wife is something no one else can understand.
- Who: Avinash Gupta
What: How to know if your friend is doing MBA (#Puns Intended)
Tangy: Avinash in his post tells you how to figure out whether your friend is pursuing an MBA, in an extremely humorous way. Don’t miss this one!
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