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him out of his ancestral house, he has virtually no one in his family . . . .”

“You know him quite well else you would not know all this. Don’t you?”

“Can you tell us where is he right now? We would like to meet him at the earliest,” intervened Daniel.

“Yes. As a matter of fact, we can meet him today itself if you do not have any other plans,” said Mr. Khosla.

“Today! That is absolutely fantastic,” responded Daniel.

At this point, Mr. Rawat, who was looking at Mr. Khosla quite quizzically, asked Mr. Khosla, “How do you know this Param?”

To that, Mr. Khosla gave a simple smile and said, “Even you know him sir. In fact, you have met him on several occasions in the last year-and-a-half.”

“I know him!” said, Mr. Rawat in a tone of sheer disbelief.

“Yes sir, you know him. The only difference is that he (pointing at Neville) knows him as Param and you know him as Veer i.e. By his middle name. His full name is Param Veer Singh, the Senior Research Analyst at the Cyber Division in our organization whom I had hired about a year-and-a-half ago after he had helped us thwart a cyber attack by our two menacing neighbors.”