Tuesday, February 23, 2021
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 XLVI here.   When Rajesh met the Police Commissioner to hand in his resignation, the latter pretended to be shocked beyond words. ‘You are making a big mistake young man. You did a brilliant job in coming up with...
  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 XLIV here.   When surrounded by the police, Holambe and the three other Maoists put up their hands in the air and surrendered without a fight, an action, which saved their lives. They were whisked away to a...
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 XLII here.   The four policemen who raided Opesh’s bangle shop in Dadar did not believe in playing by the rules. For one, they came in an unmarked Tata Sumo. Instead of showing Opesh an arrest warrant, they...
Editor: Read Chapter XLI here.   Felix and Rajesh were in the lead jeep, of a convoy of three such vehicles. They were clueless as to their destination, as they were being guided by the GPS Tracker. ‘I think we are nearing...
Editor: Read Chapter XL here.   When Rajesh and Inspector Makarand reached Dadar Railway Station with Etayya, night had fallen and even more policemen had arrived. Rajesh had called Felix enroute and alerted him and so they were met by a...
Editor: Read Chapter XXXIX here.   Indradeep Ghosh’s call to the DIA’s Director General was put through immediately. ‘What news?’ ‘Sir, I have a pen drive with photos of men undergoing some form of military training and a Tracker for a GPS chip...
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...

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