Fiction

Game of Life

The clock had barely struck six, when Raghu returned home. Sinking into sofa, he dumped laptop bag by his side with much anguish. ‘Something not right. Performance pressure can be killing’, thought Appa*, as he winded up game of solitaire. “Coffee?”, asked Appa, patting Raghu’s mop. Piping hot filter coffee, Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Appetence… Beyond Means

“Nan, what’s that?”, asked Mikhail with curiosity. Ludmilla was taken by surprise. She was so engrossed in the photo that she did not notice the footsteps approaching her room. Jostled by the query, she chinned up, her eyes welling. Mikhail, was taken aback at that sight. Till date he had Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Six Minutes of Fame

“Flappy return back. The clouds are crowding, wind is picking up speed. Thunderstorm is about to break”, shouted Elly, the seagull. Flappy her teenage boy had hormones raging in his heart and wings. He always was up for a game. Working against the odds gave his audacious ego a fat Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Overcharged

Helping a friend can actually put one in trouble. It can prove to be one with a huge price tag. A case of being “overcharged”! To be a good friend or not to be? A million-dollar question then lingers in the mind for long. But what’s the use of being Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago