Sick Lion and The Clever Fox

Our story begins with Nirav, who hailed from a small business family in Ahmedabad. Like so many, he moved to the Dream City - Mumbai, high on ambition and aspiration. The city...

Three Little Pigs

Everyone wishes to have a long life. To achieve this, the kind of lifestyle we follow becomes of utmost importance. It is indeed true that all progress takes place outside the comfort...

Hare and the Tortoise

 "Make sure that you read it properly so that there are no spelling errors" Mrs. James said as the bell rang. ''That's going...

Serendipity- Chapter 1 – Last one to leave

“Hey Ashu, I am leaving for the day” It took Ashu a moment to realise the tapping on his shoulder and that someone was talking to him. He pulled one earphone from his left...
Predict and Win

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