Hosted by Reena at   FROM RAT TO CAT  By Neel Anil Panicker “You are a cat. Not just any ordinary cat. The big one. The biggest of them all.  A true blue Royal  Bengal  Tiger. The best and the rarest breed to inhabit the whole wide world.”   Saumik  began to feel dizzy. His … Continue reading neelwrites/fromrattocat/reena’sexplorationchallengeweek#11/shortstory/1553words/09/11/2017


Hosted by the enterprising and ever helpful Reena at What is it that makes you feel powerful? What is that strength which makes your time on this planet worthwhile? FLY ME HIGH UP THE SKY By Neel Anil Panicker MONDAY, 12 NOON, FACULTY ROOM ‘Dammit, I have another class after this. Hate teaching a … Continue reading neelwrites/flymehigh/reena’sexplorationchallenge#week6#1884words/10/05/2017


IDIOMATICALLY YOURS: I’LL EAT MY HAT By Neel Anil Panicker   MEANING: It means to suggest that one would be surprised over an occurrence. EXAMPLE: I’ll eat my hat if the BJP wins the forthcoming UP elections. (c)neelanilpanicker2017#idiom#354   IDIOMATICALLY YOURS: JOHN HANCOCK By Neel Anil Panicker   MEANING: To write one’s signature EXAMPLE: I … Continue reading neelwrites/idiomaticallyyours/08/01/2017


IDIOMATICALLY YOURS BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER By Neel Anil Panicker This is what they say of people who are found siding with their near and dear ones whenever they are caught in a fight, be it verbal or physical, and definitely financial: blood is thicker than water. When it comes to awarding multi-million dollar … Continue reading neelwrites/idiomaticallyyours/07/01/2017


What is the most hated word in the English language? Well, for me the answer to that would be ‘a shifting goal post’, if one were to steal a word from the world of football. Back when I was a kid, way upto to my late teens, it was undoubtedly examinations. Exams for short. For … Continue reading neelwrites.middle.english/09/10/2016’srulesofpunctuation/27/08/2016

NEEL’S PUNCTUATION GRAMMAR STYLE FILES-1 By Neel Anil Panicker If a sentence is the basic building block that we employ to construct written accounts, a punctuation is what we use to make our sentences crisp; lend it credibility and ensure that there is absolute clarity in what we think and how that thought is interpreted. … Continue reading’srulesofpunctuation/27/08/2016