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- Who: Alka Gurha
What: Summer Time
Tangy: Alka Gurha writes a post which is sure to take you down memory lane. The typical summer holidays everybody spent with all relatives and cousins at one place was so much fun. The children today are as stressed in their summer vacations as much as they are during their school days and that is indeed sad.
- Who: Shubham Gune
What: Dhapolshankh’s Daughter
Tangy:Â Everybody says it is necessary to practice safe sex but the hypocritical society that we live in is Â not so supportive even on that front. Through is write up, ShubhamÂ portraysÂ just that!
- Who: Anusree Burman
What: Bruised Petals
Tangy: Anusree writes a hard-hitting post this time! ItÂ revolves around the disturbing reality of child sexual abuse. It is a well written post and even though it is a short one, she perfectly conveys the emotions.
- Who: Vinodini Iyer
What: Across balconies
Tangy: This is the cutest love story you will ever read! A story that is very well-written and which completely captures your attention. This one’s not to be missed!
- Who: Sakshi Nanda
What: P for pearl, for one
Tangy: A brilliantly written post by Sakshi! You canÂ visualizeÂ everything happening in the story as though you’re a part of it all. Sometimes you connect with people in strange ways, without even actually communicating.
- Who: Bhavya Kaushik
What: The Lovers
Tangy: Bhavya writes an interesting poem about how the love you hope would last forever probably won’t!
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