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- Who: Abhishek Joshi
What: Hope comes home
Tangy: This post is for all the dog lovers out there. Even if you are not a dog lover, this post will sure warm your heart.
- Who: Ranjini S
What: I am thin, dark and against racism
Tangy: Ranjini’s fresh take on racism in India is a must read for all those who face this problem in the society.
- Who: Ilakshee Bhuyan Nath
What: Colous are silent
Tangy: Read this post for its rich fluid language and a story which will surely melt your heart.
- Who: Sushmita Malakar
What: Delhi Metro. Period
Tangy: Everybody who travel in a local mode of transport would relate to this post as the author rants about travelling in a Delhi metro.
- Who: Swati Ramteke
What: 10 things every MBA student can relate to
Tangy: Sleep deprivation, partying with friends, exam time stress…these factors are universal to everybody who has lived a student life. This one will sure make you miss your college days, whether you are a MBA student or not.
- Who: Swati Shenoy
What:Diagnosis of study holidays
Tangy: It is interesting to read as Swati breaks down the concept of study holidays to you.
- Who: Anirrudh Rao
What: The beauty of fiction
Tangy: Why we write? All writers, using any medium to publish their work, face this predicament. This article will inspire you to keep writing and writing better, every time!
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One Reply to “Tangy Tuesday Picks – July 22, 2014”
Thank you and cheers….:D
My name is spelled as ‘Anirudh’,request you to correct it.
Thanks once again..:)