Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Editor: Read Chapter XXIV here.   Rajesh, his mother, uncle and aunt landed outside Anjali’s doorstep at the appointed hour. As Rajesh rang the bell, his uncle said, ‘I would hate to live in a rabbit-hole like this. I wonder how...
Editor: Read Chapter XXIII here.   The National Security Guards’s (NSG's) 51 Special Action Group specialized in counter terrorist operations and sixty of the one hundred strong NSG continent deployed in Mumbai were in position for the ambush on that December...
Editor: Read Chapter XXII here.   The next day at quarter past five, Tarun left on his own, stopping only to remind Sanket and Niranjan that they must ensure the men travelled to Kalwa either singly or in twos after the...
Editor: Read Chapter XXI here.   After the men had their dinner, they assembled for a pre-operations briefing. ‘We are going to change our tactics a little bit. Henceforth, we will only attack large commercial buildings and the attacks will be carried...
Editor: Read Chapter XX here.   ‘Sir, I think we should ignore this one,’ Felix told the Police Commissioner. ‘Once bitten, twice shy, eh?’ ‘Given a choice, I will never act on a tip off again, Sir.’ The rest of the men looked...
Read Chapter XX here.   Pankaj Holwani had spent the evening going through his account books before he set out for his routine walk down Marine Drive. Earlier that day, he had reviewed the new security arrangements in place for his...
Editor: Read Chapter XVIII here.   ‘If this goes well, our careers will be made and the Police Commissioner can expect to become the next DGP. Felix Sir will definitely be promoted to DIG next year, if we nab the actual...
Editor: Read Chapter XVII here. Tarun counted twenty ‘Wanted Dead or Alive’ posters, each with pictures of twelve men, before he stopped counting. His heart had stopped when he got a call telling him of the posters that had appeared...
Editor: Read Chapter XVI here.   ‘I can’t believe we didn’t find any useful finger prints!’ the DGP rumbled. ‘Sir, we’ve done our best,’ the Additional DGP who headed the Crime Branch, which in turn controlled the finger print bureau, said. ‘At...
Editor: Read Chapter XV here.   Indradeep and his wife lived in Chistye Prudy, an old and prestigious Moscow neighbourhood, which got its name from Chisty Prud, a large pond which saw boats in summer and ice-skaters in winter. Less than...

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