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Riya's Luxury Office

Riya’s Office

Surmiya parked his Swift in the visitor parking lot of FAME park. As he got out and lit a smoke, he marvelled at the fact that this government complex that houses the Ministry of Foreign & External Affairs had the top floor dedicated to the Research & Analysis Wing, the country’s top intelligence agency. Here, […]

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The Call

The clock blinked 7:19am and in a minute the alarm went off. Surmiya moved off the bedside and snoozed the alarm. Two minutes later, his phone buzzed and he reluctantly stretched out his hand and picked it up. Hello. What is it. Riya shouted in the phone, Get up sleepyhead. I have a problem on […]

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Moon during lunar eclipse

Moonlit Night

  The moon is shining bright in the night sky. The buzz of mosquito slows down as it is about to fall to its death. The mosquito repellant:AllOut burns as brightly as ever and somewhere in distance, the sound of a ringing phone pierces the dead of the night. There is some shuffling on the […]

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Leaves in alignment alongside a pavement

Part of Routine

Waking up everyday and coming to work has become a part of routine. Reading a book while on the way to work has become a part of routine. Observing and ignoring the pitiful state of the less fortunate ones on the streets that lead to the workplace has become a part of routine. Coming in […]

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The Green Button

Peter wondered what would happen if he pressed the green button on the device he held in his hand right now. Sally & Ron egged him on to do it but those dumb wits were not in their right senses. Sometimes, in their line of work, extraordinary amounts of patience and character was required. Successes were rare […]

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Private India Book Cover

Private India

Book Title: Private India Author: Ashwin Sanghi Approx Leisure Read Time: 280 – 320 min Review:  I have never read a Private’s series book before, so I accepted this book without any preconceived notions or expectations. Since I had read all of Ashwin Sanghi’s previous books, I was sure of one thing; that it would be a Page Turner. And I […]

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