The Battle for River Neckinger

The Battle for River Neckinger

“I am reminding you, Richard, If you win this case for us, you will definitely be made a senior partner here. Also, you can carry on with your profession as an attorney,” said Mark Chelmsford sipping a cup of hot latte. “Yes, I am aware of that Mr. Mark. You are...
Love across the Berlin wall

Love across the Berlin wall

Love across the Berlin Wall “Did you hear the news on the radio, Sam? The Berlin wall will fall this week,” said Anna peeking towards Sam avoiding the barbwire on top of a bullet-ridden Berlin wall. “Yes, I have heard Anna. Finally, we will get rid ourselves from this...
My Train Station Diary

My Train Station Diary

‘Could you please hurry up Stuart? I have to catch a train to Vancouver. It leaves in half an hour’ I said glancing at my wristwatch. ‘Oh! don’t worry sir, I have never been late to the destination for any passenger. Surely you will reach in time and board the train.’...
The Tale of the Edinborough Street

The Tale of the Edinborough Street

My shopping was over and I started returning home on my bicycle. It had a front basket in which I kept all my groceries. The night had slowly crept in from the dusk when I started my shopping. I had to cross the Edinborough street adjoined by apple orchards, shrubs,...
The Caravan of the Desert

The Caravan of the Desert

“No sign of water, No sign of vegetation, No sign of human habitation. We are doomed in this Desert” shouted a migrant of the Caravan. The Caravan mostly consisted of tribal communities who move about from place to place in different seasons in search of livelihood,...

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