Calcutta – 1977 – Bally Junction Police Station. Never before had Mihir seen Calcutta rain like this, piercing like needles falling from the sky as he walked braving the strong winds that came along. He was carrying his promotion letter and did not even bother to keep it in his bag. The envelope felt like... Continue Reading →

Brian parked his car and read the report again; the mental hospital where he has been a visiting doctor for more than 15 years had been rated as the worst mental hospital in the country. ‘Another piece of shoddy research or just brazen politics’…he thought to himself. He could think of dozens of hospitals in... Continue Reading →

IGNITE SERIAL KILLER STILL AT LARGE – CLAIMS ITS 30TH VICTIM “Have you read this?” Tina showed the newspaper to her roommate without reading the full story, holding her piping hot coffee on the other hand as she read the story aloud. “A 37 year old man has been brutally murdered after going for a... Continue Reading →

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