Thursday, July 22, 2021
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 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...
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 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 XXXVI here.   When Rajesh reached Avinash’s chawl in Goregaon, he was met by a Deputy Central Intelligence Officer from the Intelligence Bureau, who had three sub-ordinate officers with him. Rajesh was accompanied by an Inspector and two...
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 XXX here.     All was quiet at the Ghosh's Chystye Prudy apartment until the phone rang. Indradeep’s wife answered. ‘My name is Dmitri Linikov. May I speak to your husband Commodore Indradeep Ghosh please?’ ‘How did he know it’s me?’...
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 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 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...

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