Ankur Mitra's 30 Teenage Stories PDF

By Ankur Mitra

ISBN-10: 8170119413

ISBN-13: 9788170119418

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Girish was a House Prefect and one of the brightest stars of the school. He was a debater. He was in the school quiz team... What was there that Girish could not do? 37 Ravi had lived in his shadow for so long that he had begun to believe, like Ma and Pa, that Girish should not be given mundane jobs to do. "Girish is meant to do great things," everyone said. Girish had to play for the school cricket team. He had to practice in theylunch break... What about Ravi? What was he meant to do? What could he do?

What is worse, I do not know yet what I want to do after school. The only thing I am sure about is that I do not want anything that involves memorizing. But will I have the freedom to choose? " So while Divya will go for Fashion Designing and Malati for Literature and then journalism, I will just slide into some choice of Ma that holds no interest for me. * " S u n a i n a , " called Mrs M u r t h y . S u n a i n a slammed her new diary and pushed it under the pile of books lying on her desk. Divya, her best f r i e n d , had p r e s e n t e d the d i a r y to her on Friendship Day, but Sunaina had not started writing in it until now.

I thought your dad doesn't smoke," said Divya. "He does not. He will use it to keep the old coins he is trying to date or something like that. You know my dad. His study is full of things that look like junk but are really valuable, and he is always sorting or sending off stuff to appropriate places. " T h e y l a u g h e d and c a r r i e d on with their shopping, unaware that while they were enjoying themselves, a crisis was brewing. It was just not her lucky day... * October 20. What a Diwali this was going to be!

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