Story of the Month Jan’17: Once again, time began to fly by for Dev who mentally felt as though he was back to being the same happier, almost carefree boy he was in college. He was making steady progress.
Story of the Month Dec’16: My kids changed, slowly and steadily. Yes, they fight but rarely but they are trying to change and that’s what matters. I taught them theatre as a way in which one could express.
Story of the Month Oct’16: With that ran down the stairs one of the strongest people Jamie had ever met. Jamie felt like a cowered kitten, too scared to come out of his shell of comfort and face the world.
Story of the Month July’16: She held his favourite football that he left on the floor next to the wooden study table just before he had decided that his life had become worthless and that being scared and living was not acceptable to him.
Story of the Month June’2016: Grandma Mary looked down at the floor, and felt tears rising to her eyes, but not from the pain. It was strange. She had come up here to do exact same, and yet now… it felt so very wrong;
Editor’s Choice: Reading the gasped expression on Rakesh’s face, the man shrugged. Rakesh quickly changed his facial expression and tried to act as if they were having a normal conversation,
Editor’s Choice: Alright now, something had to be done. Abhay could not let this go. His blood was boiling and his heart itched for action. The ACP’s orders were now a distant memory.
Editor’s Choice: This is the moral Hindi story about two students who gave response to the request of their teacher in two distinct ways.
Editor’s Choice: Maybe God wanted to test out a new version of purgatory. Or maybe, I was paying for my crimes in some past life. The orphanage was hell…
Editor’s Choice: This Hindi story depicts how people’s curiosity often leads them to have biased perceptions and makes them to interpret the truth by their fundamentally wrong assumptions.