Feature Stories

  • Charity Widgets The train left the platform. After standing in this crowded compartment for so long, finally Prabir got a seat. “Thank god that so many people got down at [...]
  • The Banyan Tree

      The sprawling banyan tree stood in the middle of the huge open ground outside the small village for decades. Like an aged and fatherly centurion, it stood there as a [...]
  • Lallan’s Cricket Debut

    It was 9th December, 2007 when our own Sourav Ganguly, a.k.a. Dada was dazzling his bat to his only Test double century at Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore. Lallan, though not [...]
  • Red Towel

    Bhavesh was out on a week’s homeland trip to Raipur, when his roommate Sudhir shared the bed with Kinjal. Both Sudhir and Bhavesh tried to keep their things as neatly as [...]
  • Two Fingers

    Ambar was my classmate, staying nearby. Though not brilliant in his academic records, he always managed to be one of the top ten scorers from our section. He was typically [...]


May 22, 2016 // 0 Comments

No ratings yet.   “A banana at breakfast is a nutritious way to start your day. It helps in building your body muscles while maintaining an appropriate glycogen [...]

Mamu in Urgency

January 22, 2016 // 0 Comments

No ratings yet.   We had planned for a weekend trip to Henry’s Island last summer. It’s a forlorn deltaic sea beach near Bakkhali, hardly 140 kilometres from the [...]

Friendship Is A Celebration Of Life

November 1, 2015 // 0 Comments

5/5 (1)   I still remember how we use to compete during childhood. That cycle racing competition at school is fondly ingrained in my memory. We both were preparing well [...]

That Extra Lollypop

September 15, 2015 // 0 Comments

No ratings yet.   Abhishek was a rich dad’s pampered child who happened to be one of our vile gang mates during our initial corporate days. He was popularly called [...]


August 22, 2015 // 3 Comments

No ratings yet.   The hall was packed and majority of the people sitting there were quite excited. They were from different age groups. A unique literature was coming [...]
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