Tangy Tuesday Picks – April 22, 2014.

Tangy TuesdaysHello! We have a fun activity revolving around India’s favourite sport, cricket! You have to tell us the craziest things you’ve done to watch a match! Check out the activity at http://starsports.blogadda.com and submit your entries to win amazing prizes! Read the best blog posts of the week written by Indian bloggers.

    • Who: Reema Dsouza
      What: Please come back!
      Tangy: Reema writes a very touching poem about her father! Fathers and daughters share the most special bond ever. A father is the first hero in any girl’s life and having to seperate from someone so close is never easy.

    • Who: Keirthana T S
      What: Kitchen Conversations
      Tangy: Ever wondered what the ladies have to say to all their kitchenware? Here is a fun post that talks about kitchen conversations.

    • Who: Tushar Kumar Singh
      What: It seriously happens only in India!
      Tangy: Tushar writes a post that is extremely meaningful! He talks about the recent Lok Sabha Elections in India and how they are fought on superficial agendas.

    • Who: Proactive Indian
      What: If
      Tangy: An amazing post to reassure you that yes, you are making a difference to someone somewhere! Have faith and carry on with the good work that you’re doing.

    • Who: Sreeja Praveen
      What: D – Divorce 
      Tangy: Sreeja writes a brilliant post as always! Relationships and love marriages today have become more brittle than ever before. No one in the couple wants to be the submissive one which ends up breaking the relationships.

    • Who: Rekha Nair Dhyani
      What: What’s it that you look for in your partner in your marriage?
      Tangy: Rekha writes a post which is true to every word! A woman only looks for one thing in her man, he should be someone who supports her and stands by her throughout.

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