Topic based TOW contest on the topic 'Addiction' for the week 29th Oct to 04th Nov '17- Winners!Friends, now it is time to announce the winners of the topic based TOW contest on the topic 'Addiction' for the week 29th Oct to 04th Nov '17. We had quite a good number of entries and it was not very easy selecting the winners. Thanks to one and all for the co-operation and we expect the same from you all on a day to day basis. After a proper assessment of all the threads based on different factors, it has been decided to announce as follows-
Knock!Knock! I am addiction. May I come in please? by Jignesh Vora is the winner of the Thread of the Week award on the given topic. The author has described the topic in detail with clarity and has also dealt with the different aspects related to the topic.
Special Prize winners (we are announcing five prizes due to the number of valid entries we received)-
1. Voice of a teenager- my interests are not an addiction by Juana looks at the word addiction through the eyes of a teenager and how different are the perceptions about the same.
2. Addiction-an unwanted addition to have a normal life by Padmini is a kind of warning to all as to how we can gradually be drawn into some sort of addiction and also tells us how we can escape from falling into the trap.
3. Do we all have addiction for our thoughts? by Sushma is a different take on the topic altogether. It is talking about addiction in relation to our thoughts by looking at the way we manage the same.
4.I am not ashamed of my addition- addiction to my family by Venkiteswaran for bringing out the subtle difference between attachment to our family and being addicted to the same and
5. Aftermath my addiction by Aditya Mohan is a poetic description of the withdrawal symptoms an addict faces and the suffering he undergoes while trying to escape from the clutches of substance abuse.
The winner will get a cash prize of Rs 60/- and 60 points and the Special Prize winners will get Rs 40/- and 40 points each. All other eligible threads will be suitably rewarded.
Friends, please join me in congratulating the winners.