Somewhere in eastern India, a man used to live with his Donkey. They supplemented each other absolutely, coz man earned his livelihood coz of Donkey, and in return; Donkey used to get nice food. They lived in a village full
Doll – Part Two Isha had her eyes shut tight in irritation. Her friend was possibly the densest person on earth. Couldn’t Harshita see that she was only doing what was best for her? Couldn’t she see that he
Bane Nobody understood him. But it wasn’t like that was a bad thing. No, it wasn’t a bad thing. In fact, he preferred it that way. It gave him a sense of satisfaction – knowing that he was
Among the Stars Kala lost her husband when she was only two months pregnant with their first child. They had been married for a year when they found out she was pregnant. They have been waiting for this precious
Long time ago, a lion used to live in his cave inside a jungle. Since the lion had been living there for many years, he had become very old. Perhaps, he became too weak to kill anyone for his survival.
Ram wanted to tell Fritha that their relationship was no longer working for him and that he already found someone new. But how to tell her? Will she understand? Furthermore, will she ever forgive him for being unfaithful after he
Best Friends Aathi has been friends with Malar for the longest time. If memory serves him right, they’ve been friends since Pre-K, when she punched a little boy in the nose because he was making fun of Aathi. From
Kannan and Ratha are childhood sweethearts that have promised to remain faithful to one another for as long as they both shall live. Theirs is a match made in heaven. Their parents have been friends for a long time,
Hope, Love and Life KalaiMoli was an orphan girl who grew up with her aunt and uncle. Her aunt was her mother’s sister, and she took her in only because no one else wanted her. Her cousins were about
Getting to Know a Stranger, She Said If ignorance is indeed bliss, then I must be the happiest woman in the world. Why, then, do I feel as if something is amiss? Take now, for
There was a place in Banglore where a rich man used to live with his lone son. His son was good at studies; hence father expected him to be a successful businessman, but on his own – not on father’s
Parani liked to wake up at exactly 7:00 AM everyday. He liked his coffee bitter, with just a single lump of sugar and exactly two teaspoons of creamer, the vanilla-flavored one. He liked his morning paper folded in such
A Little Push Can Help “Karthik, I don’t think I can do this.” Karthik sighed. He and his friend had been through this many times before already. “Of course you can, Prasanth,” he said.
In a small beautiful village lived a girl name Shruthi. She was a beautiful girl with stunning features. Her eyes were the shape of a fish, her fair skin and her beautiful long thick black hair shined in the sun.
Strengthened by the meager sip he took, Manas strapped the canteen more securely to his waist, intent on moving onward. The sooner he reached their camp, the better. He picked up the standard issue machine gun that he had dropped