The Lives in a Metro

II 11:29 pm. The last metro to Noida City Centre leaves Rajiv Chowk. It’s unusually empty. You notice because you normally remark at how many people rely upon the last metro. The train arrives but something is different. The lights. The lights in the train are off. Why are the lights off? Only the red…

The Boy Who Lived – Part III

(You can also read Part I and Part II of the story).   “Ms. Potts, I believe you have some unfinished business with Hammer Industries. They’re looking for you on level 28.” Petunia said. “Oh… Alright, thank you. Mr. Stark, you’re scheduled for the next round of negotiations in an hour.” “I will see you there.…

The Boy Who Lived

PROLOGUE “Tamper with the deepest mysteries — the source of life, the essence of self — only if prepared for consequences of the most extreme and dangerous kind.” Tony sat alone in his study, his late uncle’s favourite saying reverberating through his ears. He had failed. He had tried to venture into an area he…

Dionysia 2015

by DVL Vidya   It has almost become a rite of passage for the students of the First Year to stage plays and host poetry events under the eager and constant guidance of Dr. Prasannanshu. Dionysia 2015 was an event eagerly looked forward to by many of the Ist year students who felt that they were given an…