Short Stories

Winner Takes It All – Chapter 3

This story is chapter 3 of the 3 part short story. You can read Chapter 1 by clicking this link – Chapter 1 – Bated Breath       Chapter 2 – Disobedience                                                                                        COURAGE “Nobody except you, Rahul” said his coach soothingly. Rahul regained his composure after listening to those last words. “Do you want to turn…
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Winner Takes It All – Chapter 2

This story is chapter 2 of the 3 part short story. You can read Chapter 1 by clicking this link –  Chapter 1 – Bated Breath                                                                                                DISOBEDIENCE   Virat Kohli hit the ball straight down the ground for a boundary. The crowd in the stadium went berserk. He was in sublime form. He…
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Winner Takes It All – Chapter 1

                                                                                 BATED BREATH Rahul wiped his forehead on his right sleeve before he took guard. The sun was beating down on the dilapidated stadium. He could hear the cheers from a couple of spectators in an otherwise silent stadium. He looked around at the field set for him by the rival captain for the final ball of the match. Mid-on and…
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The Terminal

It was a bright and sunny afternoon. The sun was blazing down in all its glory like there was no tomorrow. The air was still as if it was too afraid to move. The foliage on the sparse trees by the road stood still. Priti walked down the dusty road with sweat glistening on her forehead before they formed rivulets flowing along her temples. To say that it was hot would’ve been an understatement. Her throat was parched and her water bottle was dry as a bone. Her college was just 10 minutes away and even though she could see…
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The Spellbinders: Chapter 12 – The Backstabber

We are a team called The Spellbinders, a team of 10 members who have joined together to write a story for the Blogadda challenge “Game of Blogs”. The story so far : Chapter 1 – Room number 4 by Ankita Singhal Chapter 2 – Table number 4 by Bushra M Chapter 3 – If Looks Could Kill! by Ryan Fernandes Chapter 4 – The Flower that Never Bloomed by KunalBorah Chapter 5 – The Elephant Parade by Sunita Rajwade Chapter 6 – Chance Encounters and Changed Plans by BhavyaNandakumar Chapter 7 – Relationships by Ankit Mahato Chapter 8  – When Dreams Came True by Deepa Dutta…
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The Spellbinders : Chapter 3 – If Looks Could Kill!

Team: The Spellbinders Here are the links to the previous chapters Chapter 1 – Room number 4 by Ankita Singhal Chapter 2 – Table number 4 by Bushra M Chapter 3 March 23rd Darius Daruwala walked into the 10,000 square foot Banquet Hall of the Trident at Nariman Point. Camera bulbs flashed as he walked in and the sea of people parted for him. His security guards encircled him, but he did not notice the effect he had on the rest of humanity, and why not? He was Darius Daruwala, THE Darius Daruwala. And they were all gathered in this…
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A HAIR Raising Night

The year was 1979. It was the year where India’s biggest movie awards ,the “GILLETTE FILMFAIR AWARDS” (not to be confused with the other less famous one) awards were to be hosted. It will also be remembered as the year of ‘hair raising’ experiences. As is customary with the awards, they are usually hosted by two of the biggest stars of the time & this year was no different! The mantle of hosting the mother of all award shows was taken up by two superstars  of the time, Amitabh Bacchan & Rajesh Khanna. Amitabh was the angry young man ofcourse…
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True Champion! Soak No More

  Little Ajay felt like a piece of charcoal set on fire. It was 42 degrees but the humidity made it feel like 60 degrees. Ajay, all of 7 yrs old stood in his father’s field, sowing seeds. “Monsoons will be here soon son” his father had told him but Ajay wondered if it would ever come because right now there wasn’t a single cloud in sight. But he didn’t argue because for him his father was always right. He continued sowing seeds with his hand pulled cart. His family of 3 brothers & 2 sisters depended on this lone…
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