Spicy Saturday Picks – March 21, 2015

Spicy Saturday It’s a great Saturday at BlogAdda as we have a couple of activities for you that will get you assured vouchers. The first is the ‘eKavach’ App Review, which will enable you to experience the unique features of eKavach, an app designed for your child’s safety, blog about it and get assured vouchers worth Rs. 1000. You can also be a part of the ‘My Money Book‘ activity and get assured vouchers by blogging about the topic! And when you’re done registering for both these activities, you can take a look at this week’s edition of Spicy Saturday picks – the best blog posts from Indian bloggers.

        • Who: Sophia Jose
        • What: “The Shifting “Relationship Needs””
        • Spicy: People are always advised to get into a relationship for love and not as a cure for loneliness. With changing times, the things that we need from relationships also have changed, with the compulsion of being committed to someone for life not being an issue anymore. So what should you look for in a relationship? Try reading this blog post to find out.

        • Who: Shwetabh Mathur
        • What: “Hockey Vs. cricket”
        • Spicy: The Cricket World Cup has shown just how much hoopla surrounds the game of cricket, often at the cost of other sports in the country. Take the example of hockey, which is supposedly the national sport of India, but doesn’t enjoy the status, fan following, or the money that comes with cricket.

        • Who: Prason Christopher Robin
        • What: “An Open Letter To Internet Explorer”
        • Spicy: The much loved, much hated and much ridiculed browser Internet Explorer is being phased out according to reports. Everyone who used Windows in the 90s and 2000s knows about the issues faced by the browser, and also how quickly it was abandoned when Google Chrome came along. With the news of its replacement, this blogger feels it fit to write an open letter to Internet Explorer.

        • Who: Shiv Bhaskar Dravid
        • What: “How To Kill An IAS Officer And Make It Seem Like A Suicide”
        • Spicy: The death of IAS officer D.K. Ravi under mysterious circumstances has once again shown how difficult being an honest official in today’s times can be. While people are still questioning if it was a suicide or it had something to do with the officer’s crusade against illegal activities, it is unlikely that the real story will ever see the light of day.

        • Who: Debolina Coomar
        • What: “Planning For A Second Baby? 7 Questions You Must Ask Yourself”
        • Spicy: A family of four is considered the ideal scenario, and relatives and friends start enquiring the couple about their second child as soon as the first child starts walking. But this isn’t a decision to be made in a hurry or casually, so ask these questions to yourself before getting ready for a lifetime commitment.

        • Who: Vikram Karve
        • What: “HOW TO IMPRESS GIRLS and BOYS”
        • Spicy: ‘The first impression is the last impression’ is something that has been drilled in our heads since childhood, making it imperative for us to present our best traits whenever we meet someone new, especially someone we need to impress. Have you even considered the possibility that this strategy might be backfiring on you?

        • Who: Lavanya T R
        • What: “10 Reasons To Travel Alone At Least Once”
        • Spicy: A lot of us love travelling, but face constraints because not all our friends can spare time for a vacation. So have you thought about travelling alone? Inspite of the fact that there will be no companion to click your photos on said vacation, there are many people who choose to take off solo. Read this blog post if you need some convincing.

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