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Grandma

The daily azaan woke her up. She looked at the wall-clock; it was 4:55 am. Getting up with little difficulty, she placed the pillow...

Love

I was going to school, there I saw her right in front of my house. She had shining golden hair, the most beautiful girl...

A Not Very Grimm Tale

Her eyes glittered in the glow of the dying embers and a sudden gust of wind swept away the fallen flowers of autumn. A...

Evergreen Cafe 

“Madamji, your breakfast.” Sufi looked up from her book to give Ram a grateful smile but he had already scuttled away. She stretched up her arms. The...

Raising a Toast

Seema retired to her bed at her usual time but not before she wound up the ‘old fashioned’ alarm clock that ‘woke up the...

The Baby and the Mahogany Cupboard

Hey, do you think it is right to hide the past incidents from the new tenants? They have a baby. Aren’t we putting...

Where are you

“Rukmini has made it a habit to remain absent without informing “, Meera was muttering under her breath as she hastily washed the utensils....

A Martyr’s Death

The moment I was selectively dislodged from my space, I knew I was nearing death. Not that I couldn’t revolt, but I uncomplainingly chose...

 Entrepreneur at Eighty

I was sleeping peacefully snuggled under my warm comforter when the continuous beeps from my cell phone made me woke up with a startle....

Happy Birthday

‘Saar, are you listening? At least let me make one phone call before I forget her number.’ I pleaded. ‘Bhupp,’ I heard the sound and...

The Namesake

The day dawned like any other in June, gloomy and damp. Sukumaran gazing fondly at his wife Sarojini, wrapped his hands around her. Stifling...

The Lost Hour

Saturday, 1st April 2006 Meera rolled down the windows of her cab for a breath of fresh air. Unlike the humid air from back home,...
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The Fat Man

On the top floor of the high-rise; in the dimly lit corner room, the shadows lurked around, murmured and sighed in exasperation. Bales of...

The Bloody Moon

‘TRANSssssssFORMmmm….’ A small string of light emanated from the wand like an electric current. Derek moved forward anticipating to fly. He fluttered his hands...

The first steps

The clock struck 12.  The red notifications on my Social Media apps multiplied. Discount deals on chocolates, flowers, fancy gowns and diamond jewelleries flooded...

A New Dawn

The summer sun is shining bright but the valley resonates a deafening silence. Beads of perspiration coat my temple, the excruciating pain restrain me...