Balcony				    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	4.5/5							(3)

Balcony 4.5/5 (3)

Something will fall and break!  Smita hollered at her five- year old son who was bouncing his rubber ball in the living room, while she was lounging on the sofa, running her fingers on the phone. A message popped: ‘Hey Simi, we are planning a kitty lunch on Friday,...
The Lie				    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	4.7/5							(5)

The Lie 4.7/5 (5)

Those two eyes! Stern and disciplinary. Proficient at conveying a ‘no’ to his son without uttering a single word. The poor twelve year old, Shakti, was simply awed by the way his classmates used to celebrate their birthdays. His father, a struggling theatre artist,...
Avalanche			Read and rate this story.

Avalanche Read and rate this story.

“Jai Hind Sir,” he said, giving a brisk salute.  The salute came more out of habit even when he was talking on a wireless radio set.  Lieutenant Ram walked carefully on the snow, enveloped in the white mist as he moved towards the makeshift bunker. Besides the howling...
*THE VOID*				    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	    	4.83/5							(3)

*THE VOID* 4.83/5 (3)

“I wish you never left, Aditya.” Six months have gone by but the whites still hug her. She has embraced the color as if you stay in there. It is hard, hard to see her this way. Each morning, she makes a cup of tea, puts on your study table, “Aditya!!...