Fiction

Important Question

  Jimmil is a curious boy of three. He regards himself as grown-up. Though most of the family members disregard his self-declared-status, he doesn’t care much. He believes that grownups always have ‘differences of opinion’. He has a buddy, Albert. There’s a slight gap in their ages though. About sixty Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Drop Out

She looked straight into it and said, “Contemplating dropping out of this open learning programme”, at the breakfast table with a grumpy tone, checking her own reflection on it. Knowing well whats hovering over her mind, yet trying hard to hide glee, he asked, “Change of hearts? Why?” “Information overload, no 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