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Pages from the diary of an outstation driver

Fiction Hi. I am Raj. I am a tourist driver in Gujarat since the last 3 years. Not enough experience about knowing roads. I am Just 25 and not really keen on driving, since roads is something I am not … Continue reading

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Other Side of the Story

Dear Fellow Indians, I am born in a so called modern India. My parents have tried to impart the best education that they can and I have grown up to be a peace loving individual. But still, people find it … Continue reading

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That Winter Morning

“Ali, jump off the cushion, get ready, you will be late for school!!” Fatima exclaimed in her shrilling tone, the routine for her and her beloved son, each morning! “Mom I do not want to go to school today. It’s … Continue reading

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The wait that will never be over

“Mahi, do not storm out of the house without your breakfast” Aman exclaimed! “Aman, I am getting late for my meeting. The driver is honking since 5 minutes!” Saying this, Mahi grabbed a toast from the breakfast table, kissed Aman … Continue reading

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Pride

I shone in a bright pink fairy dress inside a glossy cardboard box on the center-most glass shelf of a huge air conditioned toy shop. I was the most beautiful, much to the envy of my contemporaries. I got the … Continue reading

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