-Written By Suresh Iyer (Reading Time: 5 min Approx) You would not believe that we were friends since I was one year old. He was not a part of my family but there was a spark in him that made Read more
-Written By Aditi Goswami (Reading Time: 6 min Approx) There was undiminished energy among all the grand-kids of the Mukherjee household, as is expected from the kids of that age group. They were a close-knit bunch of six boys and Read more
-Written By Vartika Sharma Lekhak (Reading Time: 10 min Approx) Nita looked at her watch, today she was again going to get late for the office. In spite of trying hard every day to wake up earlier than usual, she Read more
-Written By Suresh Iyer (Reading Time: 8 min Approx) Sarika tapped her fingers nervously beside the computer mouse as she kept staring at the screen. She had arrived late to office as she had to get the pregnancy test reports. Read more
-Written By Suresh Iyer (Reading Time: 10 min Approx) Arya loved to explore the countryside on horseback with friends but lost his way near the mountain range. The friends who were accompanying him with other provisions could not be seen Read more
A high elbow cover drive. No, no. A straight drive. And if the ball is short, I shall cut it through the square or pull it through the mid-wicket area. It shall be my beginning. The grand debut. Arrival of a Champion. Amir kept perfecting this shot in his imaginary world, when his father interrupted him.
-Written By Robert Lewis (Reading Time: 11 min Approx) It had been eighteen years since I graduated high school, and through fate I run into an old flame in the grocery store. Mandy was still just as beautiful as ever, Read more
Going back to her growing up years, Chitra said: “Gautam, today we are so fortunate that we can buy things worth 50K at the drop of a hat. Remember, there was a time when we couldn’t get ourselves to ask our parents for a geometry box?” Gautam instantly agreed and said: “Oh my God! The coveted Camlin Geometry Box. It was the most expensive and prized possession. I know last I wanted it, it was for 45 or 50 rupees. And still that seemed like a fortune.”
-Written By Vartika Sharma Lekhak (Reading Time: 32 min Approx) Mr. D’Souza ran after his son, followed by his wife. ‘Jimmy, Jimmy what happened? Have you got mixed up in some funny stuff again?’ Jimmy rushed into his room and Read more
Nikki lowered her eyes to avoid eye contact with her dad. She always had a fear for her dad, he could be very tempered sometimes. “Sorry dad, I didn’t mean it in that way.” Her dad shook his head. “Okay, you can go. And behave at Petra’s house, I don’t want to hear any complaints of her parents, okay?” “Okay dad, I promise.” Quickly she took her bag, afraid that her dad would change his mind and told her to stay at home.