Monday, January 25, 2021
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 X here.   On the morning of the big raid, the alarms went off at three thirty a.m. Four days had passed since they had blown up the Garden of Eden and the unnamed building in Kandivali East....
Editor: Read Chapter XXVII here.   When a saree clad, working class woman in her early thirties landed up outside Sampat, the building in Chembur where Tarun owned a flat and in which Yaroslav had stayed, the security guards barely stirred...
  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 XII here.   Rajesh and Anjali were back on talking terms, but conversations didn’t last long. Rajesh asked himself if he was still in love with her. He had sometimes been on the verge of telling her that...
Editor: Read Chapter XXVIII here.   ‘Back to square one, are we?’ the Police Commissioner asked the grim-faced men in the war room. The only response he received was stony-faced silence. ‘Someone please explain to me why we agreed that every attacker...
Editor: Read Chapter XXXIII here.   Ravi was irked by the Maoists’ suggestion that they observe the building for an hour before moving in. However, he had no choice but to obey them. Teji and Holambe had made it clear that...
Editor: Read Chapter XLVII here.   Rajesh’s wedding took place in Kochi inside a wedding hall which comfortably seated over a thousand people. It was sweltering hot outside, as might be expected in Kerala in mid-April, but those attending the wedding...
Editor: Read Chapter XI here.   Air Commodore Indradeep Ghosh was not in the best of moods as he struggled to reach the Himalaya in time for dinner. Normally, the prospect of a meal at the Himalaya, one of the best...
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...

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