Tangy Tuesday Picks – January 28, 2014.

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    • Who: Anshitaa Sabherwal
      What: Bestseller- Hayye Rabba!
      Tangy: Anshitaa writes a very interesting post about how authoring a published book has today become more of a fad. The beginning to her post where she talks about what it takes to be on the bestsellers list today is true to every word. A must-read!

    • Who: Anusree Burman
      What: Dearly Departed…
      Tangy: Anusree writes a brilliantly worded post! She talks about death and leaving her closed ones, very amazingly covering her passion for writing as well in this post. This post keeps you hooked till the end and the end is what is the best part of the post.

    • Who: Sid Balachandran
      What: The “IT” factor
      Tangy: Sid writes an awesome post this time! He talks about his understanding of why all the women are so impressed with George Clooney. As you read the post, with each quality mentioned, you can’t help but agree more!

    • Who: Ramaswamy V Krishnamurti
      What: Lessons from Mumbai….
      Tangy: Ramaswamy has been staying in Mumbai for the past whole year now. He jots down what Mumbai, the city of dreams has taught him in this past year. This makes an interesting read!

    • Who: Shalini
      What: Silent fear..
      Tangy: Shalini writes a lovely poem about a relationship coming to an end! The pain and the hurt one feels at such a point comes across through her poem very well.

    • Who: Mayura Govinda Rao
      What: Are Media Houses Anarchic Too?
      Tangy: Mayura writes a post about how the media houses today are largely responsible for influencing people. A lot of the news today covers things that are not important. Other important news that ideally should be covered for the common man to know is conveniently ignored.

    • Who: Megha Arora
      What: Blue Box, Pink Box
      Tangy: Megha writes a post which talks about how in our daily life, without even realizing, we end up discriminating between the girl and the boy child.

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