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by Namrata Bodkhe

A stalker writes a letter to the ‘love of his life’. He offers her poems, compliments and lots of desperation. Will the letter convince her of his ‘love’?

by Sharvari

As tourists, we end up going to good places, eating good food and enjoying what other people recommend. But what if we didn’t play by the book? What if we tried something different?

by Saunved

Inspiration has its perks, but too much of anything can ultimately burn us down.  Why does this happen? Shouldn’t we always be motivated with the internet’s constant supply of inspiration?

by Shankar Tripathi

Day and night we trained in quick precision fire, as we recited the words spoken to us by our instructor – “This is my rifle. I am nothing without my rifle. My rifle is nothing without me. I am the protector of the German Reich, and my rifle protects me.”

by Sayali Ghodekar

She once said, “I can feel it on a spiritual level, the cosmic sound of the Sitar played by Harrison. Lennon, so close, standing right in front me, right here, singing, to me. It awakens a feeling, a long-lost one.” Norwegian Wood by The Beatles was playing on the gramophone.

It was a dull day. No deaths, no murders, no robberies, and no phone calls. Panini seemed to be giving the telephone furtive looks; almost as if he was expecting a call. And the phone did ring.

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