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- Who: Shikha Gautam
- What: “STUFF THAT NOBODY WILL TELL YOU ABOUT SOLO TRAVELLERS!”
- Tangy: Â Solo travellers are often seen as bravehearts who shun all company and walk off into strange lands. While some of it might be be quite right, this true blue traveller busts some myths surroundingÂ travelling alone.
- Who: Devang
- What: “I Will Remember You”
- Tangy: When someone is important to you, they become an inextricable part of your life. Letting such a person go is one of the most difficult things that one can do, but surviving such an act can also be very liberating.
- Who: Purva Mestry
- What: “February”
- Tangy: February has neither the hope and cheer of January, nor the sense of introspection that comes in the middle of the year. But this truncated month also has a charm of its own, and February finds an advocate in this blogger.
- Who: Jasleen and Sonu
- What: “Opposites Attract”
- Tangy: Ladies, this one’s for you. No, we’re not talking about opposites attracting in love. We’re talking about pairing the opposites in your wardrobe to create great new outfits that will surely make heads turn.
- Who: Srilakshmi Indrasenan
- What: “COME, LET’S TALK ABOUT MENINISM!”
- Tangy: Feminism is quite the buzzword nowadays, but have you heard of meninism? Neither had we, till we read this blog post advocating it. Read and let us know if you agree with the writer that it’s a trend that needs to happen.
- Who: Roshan R
- What: “Why India will probably have to give the World Cup back”
- Tangy: #WontGiveItBack is the call of the whole nation as the the Indian cricket team gets ready to defend theÂ World Cup. Here is a more skeptical take on why India will probably have to concede their position as world champions because of a less-than-ideal team.
- Who: Monika Manchanda
- What: “Dear Badi Mummy : A letter to my Granny”
- Tangy: Grandparents are grander versions of our parents, with all the love but none of the strictness of our mother and father. A lot of our happy childhood memories come from them, but the sad part about growing up is seeing your grandparents fade away and we never really learn to reconcile with this fact.
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