Spicy Saturday Picks – April 19, 2014.

Spicy SaturdayHello Bloggers! With the elections doing the rounds a lot of news about faulty machines and people casting their votes more than once. Every news channel is striving to bring your way exclusive news and interviews. What is your take on this? It is time to read creative posts written by fellow Indian Bloggers.

    • Who: Garima Nag
      What: The Making of a Molester.
      Spicy: Garima writes a very meaningful post about what all in the society on an everyday basis gives rise to the uncalled growth in the number of molesters and sex offenders. It is necessary to change the mindset of the society!

    • Who: Prerna Subramanian
      What: Fixing
      Spicy: Prerna writes a very good post this time about a leap that she took to fulfill her dreams, which later shattered and wasn’t the same when she tried to fix it. This one’s a good read!

    • Who: Anshu Dhamiwal
      What: i know , i know ..:)
      Spicy: Anshu writes a very sweet poem about the relationship she shares with her younger sister. There’s no bond like the one siblings share, from love to fights to love again!

    • Who: Anirudh Rao
      What: Shallowness
      Spicy: Anirudh along with his friend Shiv Nair write about how everybody today is very shallow in their thoughts and the way they deal with life. If you cannot succeed, you will not let the others succeed either which is a very wrong attitude to keep.

    • Who: Soumya Prasad
      What: Ignorance vs Innocence
      Spicy: Soumya writes a nice poem about the ones who are actually ignorant and conveniently put that across as innocence which is wrong!

    • Who: Julekha Khatun
      What: Cuckoo – The Koel !
      Spicy: Julekha writes a poem about the bird cuckoo, and about the unconditional love it has for its little ones.

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