A shoe well flung…

but badly aimed.  And well ducked.

Gently, gently, the irate shoe flinger was escorted from the conference presided over by P Chidambaram, where the journalist asked Mr Chidambaram about Jagdish Tytler being given a clean chit by the CBI on his involvement in the Anti Sikh riots that followed Indira Gandhi’s assassination in 1984. A quarter of a century has passed, but have the victims got justice? Do more shoes need to be thrown before they do get justice? And finally, justice delayed is justice denied, isnt it?


About Kiran Manral

Kiran Manral published her first book, The Reluctant Detective in 2011. Since then, she has published eight books across genres till date. Her books include romance and chicklit with Once Upon A Crush (2014), All Aboard (2015), Saving Maya (2017); horror with The Face at the Window (2016) and nonfiction with Karmic Kids (2015), A Boy’s Guide to Growing Up (2016) and True Love Stories (2017). Her short stories have been published on Juggernaut, in magazines like Verve and Cosmopolitan, and have been part of anthologies like Chicken Soup for the Soul, Have a Safe Journey (2017) and Boo (2017). Her articles and columns have appeared in the Times of India, Tehelka, DNA, Yowoto, Shethepeople, New Woman, Femina, Verve, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Conde Nast Traveller, DB Post, The Telegraph, the Asian Age, iDiva, TheDailyO and more. She was shortlisted for the Femina Women Awards 2017 for Literary Contribution. She is a TEDx speaker and a mentor with Vital Voices Global Mentoring Walk 2017.
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2 Responses to A shoe well flung…

  1. Mampi says:

    absolutely. A lot more needs to be thrown on their heads and into their necks-how about a few burning tyres? That should tell them about the pain of the people, the tears of the orphans.


  2. Kiran Manral says:

    Mampi: Ditto.


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