When Shubo was born, the first thing the midwife noticed were his fingers. He was scrawny and underweight, like any other child born into a ….
The alarm on her phone went off at 7 am and, as always, Mallika swiped the screen and went into snooze mode.. This half-awake, half-asleep ….
He was standing in the vestibule, lost in a world of music. Ashish was just grateful to see another brown-skinned person, that too a Punjabi. ….
It was a blustery winter morning, with no sun in the sky, the kind of day New England is famous for. Christopher Columbus junior sighed. ….
The table was laid out as always – dal, two sabzis, salad and raita. Just as Apoorva liked it. The days of craving for exotic ….
The pen hovered over a blank piece of paper, his mind, equally blank. All that he’d been asked to do, was write a letter. An ….
She saw the Whatsapp message at 4 pm. By then it had already been an hour, since the news was flashed across all screens. Nandita ….
Gupta sat in his home office, pondering on the strange times they were living in. For more than two months, life as he knew it ….
The mountain air is crisp, the sky a brilliant blue. Michael Pendegrast is in awe, drinking it all in. The Yosemite and Yellowstone National Parks ….
Sonali was dreading the 13th of June. It was her 50th birthday, the one that felt like a Really Big One. Over the past year, ….