Howdy Pardner! The Political parties are showing their true colours. Foes are becoming friends and regional parties are becoming heroes. Politicians are fasting not in the name of God but for personal reasons. Our PM visits the Politician in the hospital to show solidarity in turn asking for his support 🙂 . ‘Yeh hain Indian Politics meri jaan‘. Take a break from Indian Politics and get ready to read the weekly picks from the Indian Blogosphere.
Tere hommikust (Good morning in Estonian). The first week of May brought along with it the extreme heat and humidity. The voter turnout in the capital of India was sad again. What is the reason for such poor turnouts in many cities of India? To lighten up your weekend, we are here with our Spicy Saturday Picks.
In his own words ‘Krish Ashok is an anti-social, music loving philistine who is doing Jalsa, showing Jilpa, enjoying Gilma, thinking about matter’. Krish Ashok is an IT consultant whose hobbies are blogging, music and technology. He is the capacious mind behind Doing Jalsa And Showing Jilpa – one of the most popular blogs in the Indian Blogosphere. Get ready to laugh uproariously as you enter the world of Jalsa and Jilpa.
Kalay zhagday (How are you in Kazakh). The heat accompanied by humidity in May is killing. Imagine the plight of people in rural areas of India who face up to 7 hours of power cut daily. We are lucky in that sense! To make our day a great one, we are here with our ‘Tangy Tuesday Picks’.
Kamisaraki? (Hello in Bolivian). Mumbai’s Voter turnout was less than last year 🙁 . The Third phase of elections got over peacefully with exception to stray incidents here and there. Many people are making use of the fourth long weekend in a row 🙂 . For all those who wanna make their weekend worthwhile by reading some interesting posts from the Indian Blogosphere. We have it for you..
“Problems bring us close and solutions are found together. Moment of sorrow are shared as well as times of joy. And each day our little planet grows”. We have Anouradha Bakshi of Project Why interviewed for you. Project Why is non-profit organisation engaged in education support and life skill enhancement of slum children and their families. To know more about the heart and soul of Project Why, Read on.