Dear Akshay Kumar Sir, I saw your video Sir in which you were saying women should learn self-defense. Yes Sir! I agree with you cent percent! Totally in agreement with you Sir! We keep our house doors locked, put our money in the bank and jewellery in the locker to safeguard it from thieves, in […]
Hidden among the pine trees & standing tall was a large house with yellow pillars and more windows than I had ever seen on any house; kind of like a Tardis in the time-capsule that Shimla is.
At first glance it would be hard for anyone to imagine any past glory associated with this house at all. Did Mahatma Gandhi really stay here during his Shimla visits? Was this where he, along with other Indian leaders, took important decisions on India’s freedom movement?
I just had to go inside and find out.
Next morning Pernille’s father woke her up anxiously.
“Pernille! Pernille! Wake up!”
Her brother Axel was nowhere to be found. The whole house had been turned upside down and the whole neighbourhood had been alerted. As Pernille joined her father in the search for her brother she was stopped in her track by a message flashing on her computer screen – “Axel is with us. We are taking him with us to Norway. If you want him, come and get him.”