This is a guest post by the very talented young judge – Pratik Sagar, (Civil Judge, 30th batch, Bihar). This is how it goes: Hello, hope you are doing fine! If you are reading this article, it means either you are preparing for coveted judicial service examination or maybe you are still in the decision making […]Read More Tips for Judicial Service examination preparation; A Guest Post by Mr. Pratik Sagar (Civil Judge, 30th Batch, Bihar)
An unemployed-post-graduate’s resume- for an underpaying clerical job; A poor widow’s application- for an insignificant pension; A prescription for medicines- that the abandoned senior citizen could never buy; A strangulated female foetus, with the umbilical cord still tightly coiled around her delicate neck Who am I ? I am a garbage-bin on a street near […]Read More Diary of a Dust Bin
In the midst of hate, I found there was, within me, an invincible love. In the midst of tears, I found there was, within me, an invincible smile. In the midst of chaos, I found there was, within me, an invincible calm. I realized, through it all, that… In the midst of winter, I found […]Read More From Bar to Bench, and back | Story of Life So Far; Well, More or Less.
a slice of life….Read More An afternoon of shattered certainties (and glass)
This is about my friend and father (“Comrade”). No, not really; this is about me trying to come to terms with my father’s illness or to be more precise, it is about me failing to come to terms with it, with any sensibility, all these years. My very writing this piece is a testament to […]Read More Farewell, Dad