Fiction

Bringing Up a Teen

“Please Mom, let me”, he pleaded. “No means no”, she replied sternly. “Only this time”, said he with a great sense of urge. “Its never ending” “Why no?”, he demanded to know. “You are too young to join the hacking universathon*. You are yet to reach the eligible age mark 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

Eternal Await #WriteBravely

4528 AD ‘AI-Bot9 checking in’ message flashed on the innumerable RAMS (Robot Activity Monitoring Screens) of Excavation Bay 3 at planet ExoHermes. Three and half a century ago, the Earthlings had established a habitable colony for furthering their interests at ExoHermes. This mercury like metallic exoplanet was first detected in Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Restoring The Platonic Love

Dr Savitha was fascinated by the picture that an amateur photographer has posted on the social account. The Sun and the Earth’s Moon, were glowing brilliantly with white radiance! Is the Moon really gleaming with joy? she wondered. Free from the clutches of the Earth’s gravitational force, Moon must be Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Ray Of Hope

“Good news”, declared Chips, flashing snaps. Bits, grew curious. Chips spread them on the table. “Life-Finder circling Earth has beamed these”, he continued. “19.0760° N, 72.8777° E, India. Ice has receded considerably”, observed Bits pointing to plane wreckage snap. “There is no green shoot in sight, though.” “Navy plane. 2500 Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago