neelwrites/whathappensinclassstaysinclass/CATology/students/fiction/TTC/FOWC/flash/13/10/2018

WHAT HAPPENS IN CLASS STAYS IN CLASS By Neel Anil Panciker Students come in all shapes and sizes and, might I add here, orientations, inclinations, and affiliations. I first saw him in an English Class. Well, spotted would be a better word. It was Day One, Week Three of the mid-season batch, an early morning … Continue reading neelwrites/whathappensinclassstaysinclass/CATology/students/fiction/TTC/FOWC/flash/13/10/2018

neelwrites/whathappensinclassstaysinclass/fiction/realisticfiction/ACAT’SDIARY/342words/12/09/2018

WRITTEN FOR MULTIPLE PROMPTS FOWC with Fandango — Game https://athling2001.wordpress.com/2018/09/11/response-jsw-prompt-8-27-2018/ https://thehauntedwordsmith.wordpress.com/2018/09/11/three-things-challenge-11-sept-2018/   WHAT HAPPENS IN CLASS STAYS IN CLASS By Neel Anil Panicker Two minutes into the class, and boredom’s already set in. I mean, tell me, whoever sits through a two hour class on English Grammar? ‘Preposition’ _ that’s what the bald as an eagle … Continue reading neelwrites/whathappensinclassstaysinclass/fiction/realisticfiction/ACAT’SDIARY/342words/12/09/2018

neelwrites/ACATMASTERCLASS/ThreeThingsChallenge/fiction/realisticfiction/CATology/30/08/2018

A CAT MASTERCLASS   (realistic fiction) By Neel Anil Panicker Professor Kumar was not a firm believer in the predictive powers of first impressions. Long years spent whizzing in and out of innumerable classrooms had wizened him up to the harsh reality that appearances could be, and usually are, deceptive. And so it wasn’t a case … Continue reading neelwrites/ACATMASTERCLASS/ThreeThingsChallenge/fiction/realisticfiction/CATology/30/08/2018

neelwrites/mythologyofchange/shortstory/fiction/09/06/2018

Mythology of Change By Neel Anil Panicker “I hate all that is happening in this office, half screamed Akshay.” Rahul lifted his eyes from the smartphone and looked across the room at his colleague. The two were at the Faculty Room and had just wrapped their first two hour session of the day. Another six … Continue reading neelwrites/mythologyofchange/shortstory/fiction/09/06/2018

neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/25/03/2018

ROYAL BENGAL TIGRESS By Neel Anil Panicker At a time when kids her age where scratching their heads and biting their nails trying to solve simple additions and subtractions, Sheena Bora had moved onto asking probing questions on higher order trigonometry and suggesting ‘out of the box’ answers to complex albegriac equations that stumped her … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/25/03/2018

neelwriites/worldoffallacies/criticalreasoning/hastygenarilization/16/02/2018

HOW TO SHARPEN YOUR CRITICAL REASONING SKILLS THE WORLD OF FALLACIES- #01 Hasty Generalization By Neel Anil Panicker Valentine’s Day is one big marketing scam orchestrated by money chasing marketers. Or, I know of a teenaged couple who was harassed last year during Valentine’s. I myself suffered the same. I believe Valentine’s Day should be … Continue reading neelwriites/worldoffallacies/criticalreasoning/hastygenarilization/16/02/2018

neelwrites/nolookingback/fiction/reena’sexplorationchallengeweek#18/shortstory/28/12/2017

Hosted at https://reinventionsreena.wordpress.com/2017/12/22/reenas-exploration-challenge-week-18/ NO LOOKING BACK By Neel Anil Panicker I am Pooja. Pooja Sethi in an earlier avatar, and Pooja Matrani in an avatar before that. This is my story. The story of my life. The story of the different Poojas that I was and the slow but steady metamorphosis into the Pooja that I … Continue reading neelwrites/nolookingback/fiction/reena’sexplorationchallengeweek#18/shortstory/28/12/2017