Short Stories

It wasn't happiness that he looked after but it was her attention and presence what he always wanted from her. Things would have been easy if he was not guilty of be  Read More...
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Doctor dear
A  SUBLIME  REUNION   It was the beginning of autumn. After the sweltering heat of the summer, the onset of autumn was a major relief for the citizens of Indore.   Read More...
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A SUBLIME REUNION
A happy go lucky lad named Ganapathi Bhat resides in a small buzzing town called Sirsi located in Uttara Kannada district which is few kilometres away from Bangalore  Read More...
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Heartbeats
"It was something of a special connection between me and Rupesh. Time used to fly when two of us were together. The kind of attention I used to get from him was what  Read More...
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Yes, I Love You
THE PRANK 26th February 2017, Kolkata "Mom, can you please stop it? I’m fed up. My exams just got over. At least give me one day. I won't attend extra classes no  Read More...
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LONGING FAR, EMBRACING CLOSE
The monsoon air was stifling. It had rained all night, but the morning was hotter than ever. Rain can only do so much when its up against a summer in Calcutta. Shubh  Read More...
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Fish Fingers
Forgive me, I shall have to die now. I know it is unfair on my part to leave you saddened by my sudden decision to depart. After all, it was only yesterday that I lo  Read More...
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An Apologetic Death
What a day it has been! First those chattering college students who didn’t even have an idea about where “exactly” they wanted to go, followed by the old lady   Read More...
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Salt Lake
Day 49... No! 50. Pardon me, my knowledge in mathematics is poor. I forgot the count of lock down days. But, I'm sure that there will be no more extension and tomorr  Read More...
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MY BREAK-UP STORY
I looked around the food stalls, searching for my bade nanaji while badi nani was busy conversing with my aunt. Bade nanaji and badi nani were my grandmother's elder  Read More...
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A love like theirs
By Alice Swan in Stories
Balancing my phone and the water bottle in one hand and my laptop bag on the other I made my way towards the aisle , matching the seat numbers with my ticket I walke  Read More...
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Found My Home
Thinking about the incident, sleep evaded my eyes every night. Whenever my phone beeped, I wished it was her. But my expectation always ended in disappointment. Ever  Read More...
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TESTED "POSITIVE"
They were not lovers! She lived in a small town with ordinary people, with their small talks and gossips. She came from an ordinary family of small means. She had a   Read More...
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THEY WERE NOT LOVERS
"Look at your nails!" she complained. "How the fuck am I supposed to eat Biryani with a spoon?" I expressed my displeasure. "Stop yelling at me," she demanded. We at  Read More...
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Bandra-Churchgate Slow!
By Yash Soni in Stories
‘Why do you always write sad stories?’ she looked at him with a mocking smile. He was slightly disappointed. He had just read out his best story to her. Of cours  Read More...
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His Last Sad Story