Tangy Tuesday Picks – February 18, 2014.

Tangy TuesdaysHello Bloggers! Arvind Kejriwal has resigned from his post as the CM of Delhi. What do you have to say about it? Does he still seem genuine or have the perceptions changed? Do let us know! We’re here with the Tangy Tuesday Picks for the week. Happy Reading 🙂

    • Who: Aditi Mittal
      What: Woman at Work
      Tangy: Aditi Mittal writes an amazing post about the various things she has faced for being a female comedian! A must read, we would say!

    • Who: Ananya Kiran
      What: My Granduncle’s Wedding
      Tangy: Ananya writes a great post about the remarriage of her granduncle. Indians always try to be modern but in situations like these they are suddenly reminded of traditional values. Nothing other than happiness of the family member should ideally matter in situations like these.

    • Who: Prosenjeet Paul
      What: Press F5
      Tangy: Prosenjeet writes an interesting post about being able to use the computer shortcuts in real life! This one leaves you with a smile!

    • Who: Reema Dsouza
      What: The path less taken
      Tangy: Reema writes an interesting poem about how travelling the road less travelled should be taken if that makes you happy instead of just being a part of the crowd.

    • Who: Kalpana Solsi
      What : Wings of Freedom
      Tangy  : Kalpana writes a very nice poem about how freedom is easily one of the most important things that all the living creatures deserve!

    • Who: Aditya Mankad
      What: The Element X
      Tangy: Aditya writes his take on emotions and about how they are what basically drive us humans. This one is a nice read!


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