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Little Did I Know…

TRIGGER WARNING: This article contains instances of extreme violence associated with the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, reader discretion is advised. Life can come out as different things at different instances but of all, it is extremely unpredictable. One can only hope… Continue Reading →

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Red Room

TRIGGER WARNING: This article contains instances of extreme violence. Reader discretion is advised. It was a hot, blazing afternoon. I was gaming with my friends. The doorbell rang out of nowhere and I couldn’t think of anyone who would visit… Continue Reading →

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Of Lost Stories and Missed Trains

TRIGGER WARNING: This article contains instances of extreme violence associated with The Partition of India and Pakistan, reader discretion is advised. We returned home from the Gurudwara. I headed towards my room and plopped onto the bed,  shot my head… Continue Reading →

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The Menace

“It’s your first global press conference! Are you sure you can manage it all alone?” Mr. Eoin asked out of concern to his niece, the CEO of Orion. “I’m confident Uncle Eoin. Like every time I’m sure I can handle… Continue Reading →

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Pandora’s Box

      If you are given a box, and you do not know what it contains, will you open it? If someone tells you that it is empty and asks you not to open it, will you still do… Continue Reading →

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Tomorrow’s yesterday

[TRIGGER WARNING] The following article portrays drug usage, bombings and death which is potentially distressing. It’s been a year since I have seen a ray of sunlight. I sometimes forget if I finished my meals because of the drugs I… Continue Reading →

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Secrets of the Device

In a place where being an Elite Student is the only thing every student desires, we Elites need to prove ourselves worthy of the title with every action we do. We were always in the spotlight. Hence, on the day… Continue Reading →

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Remembering Time

 Afternoon, 27th September 2080 The season of fall had begun. The leaves had turned orange and were bidding goodbye to the trees which held them close to their hearts, to become one with the gentle breeze. Their journey now had… Continue Reading →

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The Uninvited

Trigger Warning: The following article contains a portrayal of characters suffering from severe mental illness. Readers’ discretion is advised.   Jane was driving her away from the glimmer of light towards the darkness, creeping deeper and deeper, until she was… Continue Reading →

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Died to keep the dying alive

“How do you feel about this achievement? Your book is now one of the fastest-selling books!” asked one of the reporters. “I’m happy for this book’s success more than any of my other books. Because this book is not a… Continue Reading →

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The Girl from Iztacalco

The palette sat on the table, its many children crawling to play with each other. I dip my brush into the palette, squidge it into the deepest shade of blue until the bristles get covered in blue up to their… Continue Reading →

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Almost human-like robots

Russia, 2027. Isn’t it fascinating how we humans have evolved? Thriving for perfection, we’re in a race for continuous development. This century has seen tremendous changes that none of our ancestors would’ve ever imagined. And as we’ve evolved, so has… Continue Reading →

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Broken Promise

2nd February 2000 Dear Diary, Ugh! Waking up early every single day to attend school is so annoying. I wish we didn’t have school and exams so that I can enjoy myself at home all day long. But that can’t… Continue Reading →

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I, Human

  Susan Calvin and Peter Bogert were at the table debating the deployment of DZ-27 robots. Their receptors could be used to track the synapses of the positronic brains of other robots. In other words, they could read the robots’… Continue Reading →

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The Gift

“MSS25 to command central. Timestamp- 0100 command time. MSS25 has been refuelled from Dyson sphere X2684 with zero complications. Asking for permission to initialize pinch from terminal X2684 to terminal U895. Over.” [Ship’s communication device] “Command central to MSS25. Timestamp-0100… Continue Reading →

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A Forever Home

The below article identifies as Horror. Reader Discretion is advised.   Tick Tock. Tick Tock.    As the clock struck three, darkness shadowed the light of the moon. Silence crawled through the halls within, and the only sound I would… Continue Reading →

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Un’sal’vaged

The porch light blinked feebly, an indication of presence inside the house. Other than the lights in the house, nothing about the house bore the sign of life. The broken windows off the house didn’t, the unkempt vegetation in the… Continue Reading →

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