Wu Jiabao leaned back in his leather armchair and put up his feet on the mahogany desk. From the corner of his eye, he glanced ….
It was 3 pm when Dr Tanu finally finished with her last patient. She felt tired but satisfied with a good day’s work. For a ….
Tathagata Chatterjee led a routine and predictable life, and that’s the way he liked it. He had been a studious schoolboy, sincere college student and ….
Babita woke up at first light and stretched out her tiny frame. Despite 8 hours of deep sleep, every muscle and every joint in her ….
Like every other small businessman in the country, Puneet was hit by Hurricane Covid. It swept away his sales, destroyed his supply chain and wiped ….
Lalitha was a virtuous lady with only one vice – a fondness for Kanjeevaram sarees. She had entered her marital home with a small trunk ….
As a child, Abhaya loved solving puzzles. Every time his father went abroad on a business trip, he had only one demand. “Baba, just get ….
The wedding card came with a box of Ferrero Rocher chocolates and the bearer – father of the groom – insisted on our attendance. “Na ….
Deep in the jungles of Bastar, a young tribal woman goes about her morning chores. She is barefoot, dressed in a soft cotton sari which ….
It was a moonless night in the month of March when the Hebbars were awakened by an eerie sound. The first to hear it was ….