Tangy Tuesday Picks – April 1, 2014.

Tangy TuesdaysHello! What are your thoughts about the innumerable campaigns that the political parties are undertaking for the upcoming elections? Let us know whether they are a nuisance? Do you think these gimmicks will help them win? Here’s presenting to you Tangy Tuesday Picks of the week consisting of the best Indian blog posts.

    • Who: Proactive Indian
      What: Be the Change!
      Tangy: Proactive Indian writes a very valid post about how blaming the Government and politicians for all the corruption and wrongs in the society is incorrect. It is important for people to improve and be the change you wish to see in the world.

    • Who: Tushar Kumar Singh
      What: The Hero in You!
      Tangy: Tushar  writes a very nice post about how he was caught in a funny situation when his cellphone fell behind a seat in the bus. A number of people, to his surprise, genuinely offered help till he finally got the phone back.

    • Who: Abhishek Das
      What: A Writer’s Weapons
      Tangy: Abhishek writes an interesting post about the two main weapons a writer must possess. He puts them across through very impactful stories.


    • Who: Dr Roshan Radhakrishnan
      What: Unrelenting…
      Tangy: Dr. Roshan writes a brilliant post this time. The start of the story leaves you shocked and makes you want to read ahead. A must read, this!

    • Who: Sreeja Praveen
      What: Tiny Love…..
      Tangy: Sreeja’s is a very sweet post. The unconditional love a small child showers on you, in times most unexpected is sure something irreplaceable!

    • Who: Devangana
      What: Time doesn’t heal all wounds
      Tangy: Here’s a poem that talks from a father’s point of view who has lost his child. There’s no pain worse than that of losing someone’s own child & to depict that through a poem is also very tough.

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