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Harish Deo

Harish is known as Deo uncle in the society and "Uncle Harry" among close friends. He likes to read suspense thrillers and books on birds. He also wants to be a successful writer.

Homophobia 2.5/5 (1)

I am Subodh, a Freelance Journalist.  I get assignments from NGOs working on Human Rights and Social discriminations.On June 20th Mr. Bhaskar, Head of an NGO called me. “Subodh” he said, “our Trustees are planning to raise funds for a project. It’s aimed at the betterment of the […]

Roused Read and rate this story.

The old man woke up with a start. He looked around groggily and squinted as his eyes settled on the cloudy sky above. A droplet of rain landed on his forehead. He brushed it off and sat up. The little puppy that had been sleeping beside him on […]

The Gavel Read and rate this story.

I, GAVEL, welcome you to Tollyganj Criminal Court No.2  at Kolkata. Take your seat. My place is on the right side of the spacious table of Honorable Judge Mr. Lahiri. He keeps me handy, but use me sparingly. He does fast clearance of cases before him, and his […]

Smart Aleck Read and rate this story.

That evening Parth was a little more buoyant. A couple of more large ones would have made him measure the floor. He and his colleagues were having monthly drink party in the “License To Grill”  bar. The expenses were usually shared on TTMM basis.  So, some of the […]

Miss-Mess Read and rate this story.

It was unbelievable but it did happen. In the Diamond Bar, Abhay, Babusha and Charandas were lamenting over their woeful married life.. Abhay knew about a Goddess. She would fulfil the wishes of those who worship her for 3 consecutive days without taking food. They performed that task […]

Tick-Tack, Tick-Tack Read and rate this story.

It was 7 o’clock, a cold evening of January. The road was with curves and bends. It was the outskirts of Lonavla-Khandala, a hill station and part of Sahyadri Mountain range. Steep drive, deep valley, a few buildings scattered around the hill top. Tick -Tack, Tick – Tack. […]