Editor’s Choice: Then the realization dawned on me that I agreed for travel, without asking which country it was for. I would love to go Onsite, but Vietnam?
Story of the Month May’2016: It was yesterday-moment of funny truth. The day of his strangulation ,a.k.a marriage. He sat down with a sigh on his side of the bed, head still pounding.
Editor’s Choice: On that side of the dividing wall, inside my neighbour Glen’s garden, were two figures. They were moving sideways, making no sound. I could make out that they were carrying something.
Editor’s Choice: Those would be the ten days, when utter rivalry unleash all boundaries and reach the pinnacle of insanity. Their famous war began, accidentally, 3 years ago.
Editor’s Choice: And there’s a twist in all this—you wouldn’t be going by your real names, but rather code names assigned by the organizing authority.
Editor’s Choice: Akshita looked up at the ventilator and saw a cat sitting on its ledge. It was orange and stripped. A thinner version of Garfield, she thought.
Editor’s Choice: A moment later, there was a frenzy of frantic knocks on our door. My mother got up and opened the door. Alex stood on the front step,
Story of the Month Oct’14: Giving it a firm shake again,Sumer got up and left the room.’Impressive’ thought Prasad as he put a small green tick next to applicant 43’s name, Very impressive.
Editor’s Choice:I wish that I could introduce myself to you properly, but this brings me immediately to my problem: I am adrift. It appears that I have forgotten who I am,
Story of the Month Jun’14: Chini was my pet name.My friends shortened it to Raju. But there was yet another name which no one called me by but everyone knew. That name was ‘Disaster’.