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Nitin Gadkari says Asha Parekh climbed 12 floors to ask him for Padma Bhushan. That's 9 floors more than her previous best - Teesri Manzil.
The Odd Even rule has this great feature where a Delhi elite cannot carpool or take public transport without sharing 5 pictures on Twitter.
Its funny how everyone wants to park their car in shade but no one wants to plant a tree.
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This week, it's time to get a little wicked at BlogAdda! No, we're not suddenly turning into a grey character, it is just because we have Bhakti Menon of Wicked Spoon Confessions for company! A food and travel blog with a twist, WSC celebrates the two biggest joys of life - food and travel - with a twist! It is a blog where burgers and beer live happily together, a place which you leave with knowledge, recipes and above all, a love for food! We caught up with Bhakti Menon for some confessions, and this is what we came up with during this fun and foodilicious interview!
One look at Sheena's blog, and you wish you had her life. From traveling to places that are still waiting to be crossed off everyone's wish list, doing food tours and work exchanges, to branching out with design projects, Sheena has done it all. And recently, she has gone out and won the Best Travel & Living Blog Award at #WIN15! Without further ado, let's dive into this interview with Sheena to get a glimpse of the charmed life she has created for herself.
From the calm Darjeeling to the fast paced Mumbai, she has a lot to share! She blogs splendid ideas as DIYs for home decor as and when she tries them in her own home at Navi Mumbai. A person who is absolutely mesmerized by the concept of beach houses! She adores the colour white and other pastel shades. An exceptional interview with Rukmini Roy, the winner of the Best Blog Award for the Arts, Crafts and Design Category!
A Nightmarish Ooty Trip & 3 Encounters with Police
Ghats of Narmada – Maheshwar
Happiness preceded love…
All I want
DOUBLE STANDARDS, DOUBLE STANDARDS EVERYWHERE!
Blog about how to take the message of #ShareTheLoad to the next generation! Tell us ways in which you can raise the next generation with the right values of gender equality in the household, and no scope of gender stereotypes.
We call nature our 'Mother', but do you really think we're treating her like in a way that a mother deserves? Today, we are behaving with Mother Nature with utmost disrespect - using up all her resources, killing off forests, rivers and entire ecosystems in our greed for more money and more products. We keep forgetting that we have only one Earth, and this is the planet that is going to sustain our future generations. The good news is that the power is still in our hands, more specifically in the hands of future generations. Blog about 'How to teach our kids to press Ctrl+S for nature?' for the Shortcut Safaari weekend activity and win movie tickets!
While growing up, everyone has ideas and dreams about their first job, their first foray into the professional world. Internships, which were optional a few years back, have now become the norm for youngsters to get the hang of their chosen profession. Your first internship is like being born all over again, as you leave the comfortable world of your college and are thrust into the bright, shiny world of professional adults. Your first internship is a memorable experience, and we're calling all bloggers to relive your internship memories with the #MyInternTheory activity in association with Intern Theory.
Originality - Focus more on the originality of content and on a consistent basis. It is a habit you will need to cultivate.
1 per day: If you have just started blogging, then writing consistently might take time. So set a target to have 1 post per day that is well researched.
Spare time to read - Blogging is not just about writing but also about research and reading. Read as much as you can to learn new things and ideas that you can experiment with on your own blog.
Hello July! The month for planning rainy treks and window sill outings with chai is here, and life is indeed beautiful. Along with the hint of enjoyment and romance, there is another thing on the horizon that makes our days worthwhile. And that’s…salary day! That little message in our inbox with ‘Rs. X (which is never enough for us!) ‘Credited’ to your account makes all the struggles worthwhile. Isn’t it strange how most of our activities, plans, aspirations and disappointments stem from money, and our time on Earth revolves around these thin pieces of printed paper?
A father's strength comes from the knowledge that his family depends on him and that he, along with the mother, makes up the cornerstone of the family. But this very family can also be the only weakness that a dad has. As a dad, a man has to show only his resilient side, as he knows that if he shows even a hint of weakness, his family may crumble when times get tough. Still, many a father have shed a silent, secret tear when things get too much to bear. For all the wonderful things they do for their families, surely they are allowed their own moment of weakness. This Father's Day weekend, write a story about such moments that may come in a father's life.
Our favourite friend, Friday, is back after what seems like eons, and we couldn't be happier! Life is back to being beautiful with long spells of time to check things off your weekend wishlist. As you finally enter your own world of fantasies breathing in serenity around you, we are here to rev up your thoughts a little.
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