The Red Light Secret

He goes by the name PG. A computer scientist, well respected in hacker’s community-turned private detective was hired by an industrialist to explore his daughter’s unnatural death with a probe. Prakash Gupto alias PG risks his life to unearth the secret. But how far could he go? He never minds to crack criminal’s computers but faces new challenges as he unearths the gruesome liaison between crime and politics. As the story unfolds, interesting characters surface: a beautiful sex worker who had been trafficked as a child girl, the apparently slattern but lonely wife of the industrialist, the vindictive gangsters, a young hacker, human trafficker, honest police officer, ex-commando who gets pleasure beating criminals and the old city Calcutta with its colonial obsession.

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The Red Light Secret : Excerpt 3

A sudden burst of rains came and continued for few minutes. The clouds were relentless – moving from one end of the sky to the other – with a sign of more raining it cast a pale shadow on the city life. Calcutta had moved an elongated way with its protracted history of colonial obsession that was beyond our capacity to fathom. When rains come it appears that the true Calcutta shivers with the old dilapidated buildings and pleads everyone to let her live alone with all the regrets she bears for centuries.
May be each city has its own shares of sadness.
‘What happened last night?’ I asked Rahela.
‘It was around midnight her body was found by another friend of us. It had turned out that she committed suicide. But I know her. She had a fighting spirit that we lacked. And she was always the source of our inspiration.’ Rahela spoke softly wiping her large eyes. She began crying silently. I let her relieve her sorrows.

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The Red Light Secret Excerpt 2

>Habit of Hacking sometimes seems deadly for the criminals!

Her eyes were glowing and her transparent night dress showed her curvaceous body which against the light looked like a line drawing.
No one was there. The other people of this apartment probably know about her amatory adventures and never mind about watching the same sequences played over and over again. It’s a honey trap and male bees get stuck into it. They are tired seeing the same game played over at the same field with only one player being changed every night.
I don’t know who sat on my seat last night. And I don’t care about knowing it. Only thing that I know is this is not a dream any more. I had a dream last night. And it is now real.
To get to be sure I stand up and take her pale blue body close to mine and steer her to the bedroom. I need not do that because she would have done it herself. We enter the bedroom and with the light on I stand close to her so that I can hold her buttocks drawing her closer to mine. I am genuinely hungry and the food is served before me. But I know after a long hiatus, usually hunger put out leaving a streak of dousing effect that makes you philosophical about every bodily affairs of this universe.
I don’t want to fall into that trap and want to eat slowly keeping my taste intact. I kissed her and she kissed me back. I mildly bite her earlobe and she shivers expecting some more action.
So I said, ‘Why you are so awfully nice to me?’

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The Red Light Secret: Excerpt -1

Sita said, ‘I can not stay. I am not your wife anymore.’

‘You are neither anybody else’s wife.’
‘Nor I am a virgin.’
We laughed together loudly. Like old days.
‘If I were a virgin what you would have done now?’ Sita asked.
‘You are teasing me; in that case I would have searched a good groom for you.’
‘Like you?’
‘No not like me. I am not a good husband material. So not me, but oh, I don’t know.’ Read More…


The Red Light Secret

A computer scientist turned detective was assigned to investigate a murder in a red light area in Calcutta. He was deputed by an industrialist whose daughter also died mysteriously.
As the detective Prakash Gupta alias PG digs deep, he finds a secret bond between money, carnal desire and political power: the pressure mounts on him. How far could he go? He will risk everything to uncover the secret.
He meets a beautiful sex worker, Rahela, who had been trafficked along with her friend when she was a child girl and later became a vociferous voice against human trafficking in the red light area. Rhela’s friend was brutally killed.
The story revolves around the murky political atmosphere of West Bengal, a state in India, where a political change was imminent in the air after a long three decades of regime controlled by the communist party.
Between murky politics and lust for power, history of Calcutta and its tryst with destiny intermingle with the dark, brutal side of human trafficking and black money casting a critical glance on the violations of law by the powerful political leaders.

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Value Type and Reference Type

For each variable, there is an allocated memory at run time. We can refer variables in two ways, one is value type and the other is reference type.
Value type variable means ‘value’ or ‘data’. Reference type variable means ‘reference’ or ‘addresses. It refers to a memory location where the data is stored.
Before digging deep into this topic, let’s see how memory is allocated in C# and PHP.

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Static Variable and Static Functions


Class and object are almost synonymous. One needs another. You need a class because you need one or many objects. Objects usually retain the characteristics of class and represent them when they are instantiated. But there is a caveat. Each object with its own set of member variables is destroyed after the execution.
What happens then if you want to retain the member values of an object throughout the program?
You can declare it as a ‘static’ variable or static function.

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Using Methods or Functions

One of the key pillars on which modular programming stands now is methods. Sometime you may call it functions. In fact ritually in C# it is called methods and PHP is happy about calling it functions. After all, it is something that makes a program move. It is actually full of action. Without a method or function program becomes immovable.

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Abstraction and Encapsulation

Abstraction and Encapsulation
Abstraction and Encapsulation are important features of any Object Oriented Programming language. Abstraction means presenting the required feature hiding others. Encapsulation means packaging one or more components together. Let us have a detail look into the inside stories of Abstraction and Encapsulation.

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