Nothing Can Be As Crafty
Ajay Mohan Jain
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In the First Bank of India, a girl has jumped to her death, after sneaking into the highly-restricted area of the main server room. The movement recording stick has gone missing. Rajesh--a recently-appointed head of the Computers Group of the organization--finds himself embroiled in an unexpected controversy, when the police begin viewing him as the prime suspect.
Is Rajesh, in fact, guilty? Or is this a case of pure vendetta--given his history of direct confrontations with his colleagues? Or is the plot even murkier, and part of a dangerous conspiracy? Will Rajesh, with the help of his trusty assistant, be able to uncover the mystery before the police implicate him?
Set against the backdrop of banking institutions, Nothing Can Be As Crafty... is a taut, racy thriller, with a new twist at every turn of the page--certain to keep the reader on the edge.
In the meantime, tea had also arrived and another officer, Das from my batch from the Orissa circle, who normally every day used to have tea with Bajpai after lunch, joined us. He was another Bajpai type officer, and had a very good relationship with him. From his face itself, even at this age, he looked out and out crazy. Mischief was written all over his face. He, like me was a ‘forced bachelor’, as his family was in Bhubaneswar. ‘What Das, looking very tired?’ Bajpai teased Das. ‘Oh yes. As
you know these days, my wife is here. Woh sali chhodti hi nahi mujhe. She doesn’t leave me for a moment as she doesn’t have anything else to do except…I wonder what she does there in Bhubaneswar…how she stays there for so long without me,’ Das said mischievously. ‘Oh I see, you have all our sympathies, poor chap…cha… cha…cha,’ commented Bajpai mockingly. ‘Today, I bluffed her while leaving home for office saying I would be late as I had very urgent work in the office. Now I am planning to go to
traditions, and on the other, they have to strive harder to prove that they are far better off and comfortable there than they would have been in their own country. So, for them, it is not only more mechanical but also very stressful as they continuously live under internal conflicts and dilemmas. They are very often torn between the lifestyle there and the traditions back home. Me:-So the best thing for them would be to totally merge and adopt that culture. Cherian:-Of course, for the second
himself bumped off the girl, as part of his original plan to misguide the people and distract any attention, from his sinister scam plan. And perhaps, as part of his momentary decision also to avoid her identification, and help the engineer to make slip out in the melee. Swindling away the recording stick and sending it to the police was part of his plan B. When his original plan misfired, he did not lose hope. In fact, I remember that he appeared to be very happy and relaxed, when the news of
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