Throwing Dart in the Air #SundayPhotoFiction

“Yes I visit a spiritualist”, Sandhya answered the police inspector Sharma, “he is our family guru.” Despite her outward assertiveness, Sandhya was nerveous. She was not sure how much the police man already knew? What if the police inspector twisted her statements and implicated her in the death of Shyam? Sandhya remembered fondly good times... Continue Reading →

Learning is Living #Selfimprovement

This week Indispire asks if learning has an age bar. I think learning has no limit.. To me learning is freedom. In life we often equate learning with potential to earn. By extension, potential to earn is equated with acquiring a degree / diploma that will enable a person enter an organization with a gainful... Continue Reading →

The Waiting Room #SundayPhotoFiction

Sitting in the small waiting room lined with cheap plastic chairs, Shalini felt the room lit with an artificial light resembled her life. Shalini was asked to wait here, as the inspector got a phone call and had to leave. Still clueless about the proceedings so far, Shalini was also not sure, how much longer... Continue Reading →

Cursed #FridayFictioneer

The two storeys aesthetically painted house, fitted with an air conditioner, looked picture perfect and inviting. Yet, every time he broached the topic of renting the place, the real estate agent shrugged it off, “it will not fit your budget, sir!” “Prepare the paper work,” out to find a rental accommodation, he asked his real... Continue Reading →

Quandary #BlogchatterA2Z

“Hukum Singh is not well,” Samsher was informed by his father over the phone, “you must visit him in the hospital.” Hukum Singh gave Samsher his first opportunity of a real job. It is his moral obligation to visit the ailing man. Add to that, his father has asked Sam to do a job, which... Continue Reading →

Careless #TellTaleThursday

 “Thud Thud Thud,” “Thud Thud Thud” “Thud Thud Thud”. Mrs P heard the  rasping sound of knock on her front door. “It cannot be,” she closed her eyes and wanted to go back to sleep, “I am not leaving warm bed now.” Rythmic beatings were relentless - three knocks at five second break again three knocks. As if... Continue Reading →

Punish Child Rapist with Death

India is grappling with rapidly rising incidence of violence against women. Among various crimes committed against a woman, one that often comes to our notice is rape. Many say rape is an expression of power by a man against a woman. But, what would you say when subject of male violence is a child who... Continue Reading →

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