True Story

I’m always tired but never of you.
By Ranjit in True Story | Reads: 168 | Likes: 1
you say things are not same anymore  things cannot be same anymore and a lot more. I know! we both have changed. i am not the same either. my lips are more nicotine now i am more smoke than blood. my hands now hold cigarettes much longer than we ever held hands. excitement in my eyes to see   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:13 PM
Lost at the edge of uncertainty
By Rabin Prasad Kalita in True Story | Reads: 141 | Likes: 0
(Real Story) Lost at the edge of uncertainty!       A pair of Blue Throated Barbet had conceived a great hope to have their own chicks’ to extend their family. As the time became too close to lay their eggs, so they were flying to and fro for a suitable tree to make a nes  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:28 PM
6.53AM: Ladies special
By Rimli Bhattacharya in True Story | Reads: 376 | Likes: 2
It was 6.35 AM and I was waiting on the railway platform to catch the local train for my office. I am a regular commuter who travels in the most crowded and busiest trains of the world. Let me tone down a bit. I am talking about the Mumbai locals.   The indicator read 6.53AM Churchgate S 07,   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:45 PM
Managing self during Covid 19
By Ketan Krishna in True Story | Reads: 159 | Likes: 0
The world is up against a common enemy, and the human race is at war against #covid19. Many stories depict how coming together in such times helps the human race sail through in tough times, together. While such stories have heroes, in real life we all have to play that role of hero, for self and p  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:50 PM
Getting Through Adversities
By Satish in True Story | Reads: 187 | Likes: 0
We never know what life has in store for us. Who imagined that we would be in lockdown at homes for weeks because of the unseen Coronavirus? Adversity, beyond our control,  sometime happens and we just have a choice to accept and see how it can be used as an opportunity. Uncertainty is the way   Read More...
Published on Mar 30,2020 09:48 PM
Beauty of marriage
By azra mufti in True Story | Reads: 159 | Likes: 0
Beauty of Marriage I grew up in an atmosphere where institutions like marriage, love and respect are synonymous to each other. I was made to believe that the final abode of woman is her husband’s home and she is ought to live there till her last breath. As opposed to my parents,  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 07:56 PM
Ata Ullah, the Crippled Boy
By kota varadarajulu raghupathi in True Story | Reads: 188 | Likes: 1
Ata Ullah, the Crippled Boy                                                                               
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:08 PM
By Satya Sudhir in True Story | Reads: 140 | Likes: 1
I have always been proud of my lineage. A majority of my ‘tribe’ belongs to the southern districts of Tamil Nadu — Palayamkottai and Kanyakumari. I can trace my ancestry to a generation of pana yeri nadars ... (people who climbed palm trees for a living). But today’s generati  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:35 PM
Seen Demi-God
By GURUDEV in True Story | Reads: 130 | Likes: 0
In a busy street of Chennai crumbled with narrow roads I was also living in a good ventilated single BHK flat. The clock was about to strike the odd hours instead received a beep sound in my mobile.I anxiously went to grab it since my son  seafarer in highseas of South Atlantic ocean would have  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:36 PM
'Friends in need' to 'Friends indeed'
By Satya Sudhir in True Story | Reads: 156 | Likes: 1
This is a true story of how I found 2 friends in need and how they became my friends in deed. In the early 90’s, Chennai saw a mushrooming of private engineering colleges in the outskirts of the city.  Since the colleges had just sprouted and books   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:43 PM
By Robbie Hi in True Story | Reads: 167 | Likes: 0
Hello Guys, Im not the author of this article, but its so important now, it has to be the leading story everywhere: The Hammer and the Dance: Please read it and share with as many people as you can, Thanks, Robbie  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:44 PM
Laughter is the best tonic
By Satya Sudhir in True Story | Reads: 224 | Likes: 0
In the words of Audrey Hepburn, “I love people who make me laugh, I honestly think it’s the thing I love to do the most” I could n’t agree more with her. I love to laugh too and just loooove people who make me laugh. In fact, I think it is the easiest way to my heart. I fall   Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:53 PM
How we converted a bother into a brother
By Satya Sudhir in True Story | Reads: 133 | Likes: 0
He was the ‘Dennis the menace’ of our class. For he was not only up to practical jokes and pranks always, but he also had nicknames for all girls. Best friends Revathi and Uma were ridiculed as ‘Rava — Upma’, Santana was called ‘Santa Claus’ and so on. Every  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 08:58 PM
The "good" husband
By Satya Sudhir in True Story | Reads: 140 | Likes: 0
I remember reading news of cricketer Harbajan Singh’s tweet in defense of his wife, Geeta Basra observing Karva Chauth. Like Harbajan Singh, in my religion too, there is no date set specifically for fasting nor is there any formal Karva Chauth festival. Yet I see no wrong in me or for that mat  Read More...
Published on Mar 22,2020 09:03 PM
He, Quiet One
By Rishabh Chaudhary in True Story | Reads: 30,497 | Likes: 4
 As silent as a pin drop silence, he looked from the corner of the class. Why so? And why not? He doesn’t talk with everyone but whenever he talks he’s like a cucumber. Silence defines him but not us, how will he live amongst us? Thought-provoking thoughts came rushing through my mi  Read More...
Published on Mar 23,2020 07:20 AM