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Archives for: February 2014

Shaheen (Part 7)

Shaheen (Part 7) Slowly life started to come on tracks for Shaheen. Samayra was in sixth class now so she left primary school. Shaheen got some freedom. When Samayra was in school then Shaheen bunked the school very carefully. She and her friend Gulshan used to go outside through backside door. The door’s handle was […]

Shaheen (Part 6)

Shaheen (Part 6) A shout stopped Hussain who was now opening his clothes now. Actually what happened that Molvi Sahab was teaching students and through window he saw Hussain and Shaheen going backside. So he came to check that where are they going. He came inside and caught Hussain by his shirt and pushed him […]

Shaheen (Part 5)

Shaheen (Part 5) Shaheen was enjoying her childhood oblivious to all these things. She was busy in her study, fight with neighbor boy, playing with friends, learning to read Quran properly. So much was there to do, what a little girl can do after that. While playing football in Madarsa Hussain hit Armaan on leg. […]

Shaheen (Part 4)

Shaheen (Part 4) Schedule was really busy, and worst Shaheen didn’t know Arabi Language. Quran is written in Arabi language and Shaheen was not able to learn it. Her brother and sister were much better than her. Other students were making fun of her for her unawareness of language. In her home Arabi and Urdu […]

The Haunted House (Part 21 final part)

The Haunted House (Part 21 final part) “Vikas!!!!! What are you doing? Why are you helping her?” Ravi screamed. “Ha Ha Ha” Vikas laugh was so cold that it freeze blood of Ravi. “I am not helping her. Truth is she is helping me.” “What? What are you saying? What we have done to you.” […]

The Haunted House (Part 20)

The Haunted House (Part 20) “Preeti called her only friend. He was friend of both Aina and Preeti, only he was allowed to come at home. I can’t remember his name. He and she both dug the ground behind the home and buried Aina there. We didn’t have money and I didn’t want to leave […]