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- Who: Ragini Puri
What: “Movie Review: Bhopal – A Prayer For Rain”
Tangy: 30 years after India woke up to the horrific ‘Bhopal gas tragedy’, the movie ‘Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain’ tries to capture the story behind the disaster. Is this movie worth your time? This blogger reviews the recently released movie.
- Who: Criccrazyniks
What: “Dear Lord, Hughes, There Was Still Time!”
Tangy: Phillip Hughes, the young Australian cricketer who fell prey to a bouncer, left the cricketing world stunned with his death. A cricket fan gives a heartfelt eulogy to the late cricketing star.
- Who: Aditya Singh
What: “Machali – Ranthambhore’s iconic tigress – is it close to the end of the road for her”
Tangy: Spotting a tiger at Ranthambore is an unforgettable experience for any wildlife enthusiast. Machali the fierce tigress has been the face of the sanctuary for quite some time now. A wildlife photographer pays tribute to the matriarch in her sunset days.
- Who: Ashwini C N
What: “Learning to Move On.”
Tangy: Sometimes life gets the best of us and we are forced to see the not-so-rosy side of our lives. We rave and rant and complain, but can there be something which makes us see the light at the end of the proverbial tunnel?
- Who: 50 Dates in Delhi
What: “#19: Breaking some rules”
Tangy: A Delhi girl set out to do a social experiment by going on 50 first dates with the eligible men of Delhi. She is far from reaching the magic number of 50, but her experiences make for a fun and engaging read.
- Who: Aditya Mankad
What: “A tale of Two.”
Tangy: Good writing is all about making the audience read between the lines. In this case, the author has literally written between the lines, making you realize that things are not always what they seem.
- Who: Radhika Mohandas
Tangy: Modern technology has brought greater connectivity and ease to our lives. On the other hand, it has also made us compromise on certain fronts and the change seems irreversible. This passage makes you stop and think about the ‘casualness’ that has seeped into our lives.
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