LIFE IN THE CITY By NEEL ANIL PANICKER Ram Bahadur scanned the street in front of him; his little slit eyes X-raying every single movement fifty metres around him. The instructions were succinct: There could be a terrorist attack. Staccato and plaintive, even matter of fact, delivered sans any emotions. That’s what life in the … Continue reading neelwrites/sundayphotofiction/shortstory/flash/200words/26/03/2018


Sunday Photo Fiction – August 6th 2017 Hosted by A STREET IN FLAMES By Neel Anil Panicker Inspector Singh looked across the street to the red bricked boxed row of apartments; small pint sized ‘hole in the wall’ residential flats. It was a lower middle class suburb at the northern end of the urban sprawl that … Continue reading neelwrites/SPF/astreetinflames/fiction/199words/08/07/2017