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I HATE how we KILL tested exciting TV show formats by adding forced emotional moments, fake sentiment, andhi ma, lachaar behen & loud sets😝...
I feel for Hindi news channels that pronounce Le Place De La Republique as "palace" instead of "plaas" - French words are a Pain De La Neck...
The #power of the #people because of the #Internet, has driven change faster than even change could imagine 😜 #india #indians...
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Love? She said. 'Intense' I said. 'Scary? She said. 'Fun' I said. 'Madness? She said. 'Adventure' I said. You fill in the rest.
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Indhuja Pillai is a young blogger currently working in Bangalore, but you might know her as the person who set up marry.indhuja.com, a site where she looked for potential suitors for herself (in a tongue in cheek manner, of course), after her parents created a profile for her on a matrimonial site. Her one page site too off like nobody's business, and soon went viral, with the youngsters-hounded-by-their-parents-to-get-married crowd identifying with Indhuja and her problem. BlogAdda caught up with Indhuja for an interview about the comet that lit up her her blogging career - marry.indhuja.com and other things.
Children are like sponges, they soak up everything around them.
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A while ago, we conducted the #IsLaundryOnlyAWomansJob activity at BlogAdda where bloggers wrote about the startling statistics that were revealed in Ariel's survey conducted by AC Nielsen. As they say, action speaks louder than words. And that is why we want you take up the #WashBucketChallenge to Share the Load of laundry.
There is a reason why they say 'Sleep Like A Baby' and not 'Sleep Like An Adult', because by the time we grow up, restless nights take the place of a happy and relaxed sleep.
Lakme is one of the pioneers in the beauty industry. The things they do set the trend in fashion and beauty that the rest of the world then catches up on. In keeping with this tradition, Lakme has started #LakmeSchoolOfStyle, India's first fashion video magazine. BlogAdda presents the #LakmeSchoolOfStyle activity, where you have to write about this one of a kind initiative and win vouchers!
When your fresh post is ready to be published, take a few minutes and read as if it is posted by someone else. This will help you understand if you enjoy reading the post or are their any changes that you need to make.
Be real and sincere in your blogs and you will soon have many readers
Treat your blog like your self. Feed it regularly or it would die!
This week's WOW prompt is an ode to this Indian summer, so get writing on 'A Never Ending Summer!'
In a country which boasts of a pantheon of not just Gods but also Goddesses, isn't it time for women to reclaim their status as a Goddess? Use this week's WOW creative prompt to tell us what you think of this subject!
Holi is the festival of colour, and what's life without a little colour? In the absence of colour, life starts looking bleak, dull and not much worth living. On the other hand, a life full of colour sounds exciting and something to look forward to, right? That's what this week's WOW blog writing prompt is all about!
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