Learn to Hold Your Onions

What a kind stranger once taught me. When I was 14, I was walking home one day from our local Bangladeshi grocers, carrying a big bag of onions in its luminous orange netted bag, which never had any handles. Anyone, who knows a thing or two about South Asian families living in the UK, willContinue reading “Learn to Hold Your Onions”

Time and Space

Part 1 – Short Story about time, generations and coping with loss- Koyer Ahmed Time and Space  Both the clocks in my house malfunctioned around the same time. The one in my bedroom started losing its bearing a week ago, by 10 minutes each day. Every morning, I watched it’s dangly legs, summoning the strength, to drag itself around the diameter of itsContinue reading “Time and Space”

What came home? Thought on the Euro 2020 Finals

I’ve never been one to know much about football, I won’t be able to even explain the offside rule to you properly. Saturday nights were mainly pop music and TV comedy for me, rather than Match of the Day and either moaning or cheering about the latest football results. However, the International tournaments like the FIFAContinue reading “What came home? Thought on the Euro 2020 Finals”