Fiction

Inverted Reality

2320AD Fresh bout of attacks over the minority human settlements of Hominid Sector at Boreal Moon underway. The attack by the rouge humanoids started at 0300 hrs MST. Human causalities reported. Thus, went the news-cast on the telepathic extra-galactic devices (TEG) across Earth and Moon. TEG devices alerted its owner Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Charcoal and Limestone

Her eyes welled up as her name was called on stage. The packed auditorium had who’s who from the world of fine arts in attendance. The annual award function had brought the fraternity together to celebrate their passion and reward the best and the budding. As the auditorium erupted in Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Musings

Gone Are The Days

Gone are the days, I thought the other day. I was reminiscing the growing up days when my father used to make me and my elder brother read English daily every day. In those days, the news really used to be stale, for the paper used to arrive in our Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

The Lost Path

“Good morning. How are you?”, I inquired as I entered the house. She sat on sofa, nonchalant, silhouetted by the morning Sun. I registered a lost note on her wrinkled face bracketed by curly lock, as I neared her. She now was looking at me with sign of familiarity missing Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Humour

Its Different

Recently, I presided over a session of “khud-ki-adalat“* to assure myself that some new developments on personal front must be accepted on the face value and to let everyone have clear idea about it. Specially my super-dominant “Mrs AlwaysDoubtful“ (MAD hence-forth) self. She does show up most of the times, Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago