Friday, July 1, 2022

Fiction

The Rivals – Kalatharan, Tamilnadu

Life always springs up surprises at the most unexpected moments. But for these twists, perhaps, we may become bored with life itself. For, the...

A relationship the world needs – Raj Purushothaman

Sunil always dreamed of achieving something extraordinary. Like any other Keralite youth of his age, he also determined to leave the nostalgic green Kerala...

Why? – Shashi Thittamangalam, Kerala

He hurt all over. The small cut on his back had grown into a large wound, tantalizingly out of reach of his tongue and...

Your Attention Please! – Selva Ganapathy, Tamilnadu

New Delhi : 22nd December, 2010 , 17.20 hours "Your kind attention please!, this is the final boarding call for the passengers travelling in Indian...

It’s hard to say- Haritha Hariprasad, Karnataka

The biggest irony in life, I feel, is that ‘every destination seems too far but the journey itself is too short’. But where...

A far away pain – Malu, Tamilnadu

The alarm rang. 6 am Anita opened her eyes. All she could see was the pouring rain. Cold breeze seeped through the half-opened window. It...

Carnage – Ambica

Untimely events shape the outcome of many circumstances. These events can alter the setting of any entity.The constant splatter of raindrops seemed as an...

A small-town girl – Ashmitha Prakash

Anna was sitting alone in a corner seat at the restaurant. Her face was thoughtful as she sipped coffee from the cup and...

The Long Dark Tea – Time of the Soul – Raman Sathiapalan

The last of the intermittent rain showers is here. Like a dying man's final battle, there is an increase in its intensity, but one...

The attack of a Cobra – Rajani Priya.S

The whole village was in an eerie silence when the house of Sameera also followed the rhythm of sleep. Sameera's father, who was tired...

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