She’ll Be What I Am

Just like any other father, I always want my daughter to remain daddy’s li’l doll. When she is just six months old, you are inclined to giving her a finger to hold; it often leads to underestimating her abilities though.

I thought she was too little to understand the world. I didn’t realize that I was wrong until that morning when she smiled when I smiled and frowned when I fake-frowned. I first thought it was a co-incidence. I repeated the sequence to be sure. Continue reading “She’ll Be What I Am”

11 Things You Didn’t Know About The “N : X” Blogs


Let’s hire a spy to snoop another spy snooping someone else.
Let’s pick up an eraser and rub out the writing on another eraser.
Let’s make a python swallow itself starting from its own tail.
Let’s pickup a magnifying glass and zoom at the other magnifying glass.
Let’s shoot a bullet!

It would be fun, I thought. What do you say? Shall we? Continue reading “11 Things You Didn’t Know About The “N : X” Blogs”

Heads You Win, Tails I Lose

Interviewing candidates for a position on her project was not new to Sharon. She had been doing it for years.

When it came to interviewing, there had been cases when she knew that the candidate was apt in just first five minutes of the call. And there had been cases when in the same first five minutes, it was a clear cut rejection.

On the other hand, a border-line interviewee was not a novel scenario either. The scenarios when it was hard to decide for a distinct approval or a rejection. Like any other interviewer, Sharon had faced it time and again.

That day was such a situation, the border-line scenario. This time, it was with a twist though. It was a twist that puzzled Sharon.

As she finished the interview process, it left her with a riddle to solve; a riddle within herself.

Continue reading “Heads You Win, Tails I Lose”



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