Science Fiction
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The Sole Soul

I don’t know if I can survive like this. Food is scarce and hydration is limited to filtered urine.

Aryan Menon
Science Fiction: The Cross Connection

A captivating Science Fiction where writer talks about a world which is fully controlled by robots due to inability of humans to survive in highly polluted environment.

Sukriti Tripathi
Science Fiction: EARWORM

Leya massaged her burning eyes, already dreading the onset of a migraine. It was still fairly early-by her standards-and she wasn’t ready to submit to her waves of fatigue just as yet. With a great sigh, rival to only that of a world-weary grandfather, she flitted through various websites and chats, attention span gradually dwindling. But much like the last consecutive June nights, the real fun would begin with her Pavlovian habit of craving music at the stroke of midnight.

Diva Savkur

Their voices don’t reach me. Even if I could hear them, I would not know who spoke and what.

Bhavika Sachan
East and West

Indian-style toilets or squat toilets are more hygienic. It is always advisable to use them in public places, especially after any pandemic as there is no direct contact of the body with the toilet seat.

Monalisa Paul

Dhun's door clicked open like it did every day, at 7:00 A.M.

Shruti M.
He, She and IT

“Hey when did you come honey?” Praful asked his ‘weekendwife’ mischievously, actually the name ‘weekend wife’ isgiven to Sadhana by Param, Praful’s best friend.

Sapna Katti

When Dr Maitreyi Ojasvi planned to have a baby, WOW was an obvious choice. As a skilled astronaut, she had frequent assignments in various space stations, and it was risky for pregnant women to undertake space travel often. 

The Machine

Humanoid robots are robots that resemble human beings; they can be so realistic that one may find it difficult to identify them as non-human.

Tirtha Pratim Das