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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 VIII here. Tarun saw that Swapna had called him twice in the past hour and was thus forced to call her back. ‘Darling, how are you doing?’ ‘I miss you. When will I see you again?’ ‘Soon. I can’t leave...
Editor: Read Chapter XLIII here.   ‘So, we have two groups of people fighting each other and trying to get the other captured or killed? Tarun’s bunch and Teji’s bunch!’ the DGP commented wryly. ‘We are sure that Tarun’s bunch would be...
  Editor: Read Chapter XLV here.   The DGP insisted that before Rajesh officially submitted his report, a draft be provided to him for review and comments. Rajesh emailed his report to the DGP and to the Police Commissioner, who took barely...
Editor: Read Chapter IX here. ‘Not sure when I will return. You take care.’ It was the fourth text message Rajesh had sent to Anjali. He had resorted to keeping his phone switched off to conserve its battery. There were no...
Editor: Read Chapter XXXVIII here.   ‘She’s inside that stall,’ Rajesh was informed when he reached Dadar Railway Station. The entire platform on which the stall was located and both adjacent platforms had been closed to the public. Since Dadar is...
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 XXXV here.   Teji leaned back on the comfortably padded seat as she enjoyed the train ride, her second on a Mumbai local. Whoever said Mumbai trains are always crowded and uncomfortable had obviously got something wrong, Teji...
Editor: Read Chapter VI here.   Swapna was all by herself in the chawl. She followed news of the bombings with trepidation and excitement, knowing that they were on the cusp of the revolution. Once people lost confidence in their leaders...

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