All stories by A GANESH NADAR
What Happens to COVID Orphans?Rediff.com16 Jul 2021
Who looks after them?
Why Every Indian Must Use the RTI ActRediff.com14 Jul 2021
'Sometimes we succeed, sometimes we don't.' 'But you can use the RTI to improve the future.'
'Virtual hearing of cases is an excellent development'Rediff.com23 Jun 2021
'Coupled with e-filing procedures it would really enhance the ability of the judiciary to provide speedier justice.'
How Modi government is helping COVID orphansRediff.com21 Jun 2021
'We will ensure that every child is protected,' says Priyank Kanoongo, chairperson, NCPCR.
When Mamta Banerjee married SocialismRediff.com15 Jun 2021
It's not every day that you will hear about Mamta Banerjee getting married to Socialism, but that's what happened in Salem on Sunday.
COVID Hero: He Feeds the HungryRediff.com8 Jun 2021
N Kalyanasundaram started saving up last year so that he could feed the hungry during the second COVID lockdown.
The Covid Warrior who Covid killedRediff.com26 May 2021
'He was not scared of Covid, but always took all precautions.'
Covid: 'If IT staffer doesn't recover in 2 weeks...'Rediff.com25 May 2021
'Companies are threatening to terminate them or putting them on unpaid leave.'
Meet Bhopal's Auto Ambulance HeroRediff.com13 May 2021
Javed Khan has been operating an auto ambulance in Madhya Pradesh's capital city since a month.
'No space for national parties in Tamil Nadu'Rediff.com8 May 2021
'With the deaths of Jayalalithaa and Karunanidhi, the BJP and Congress thought that they had a chance.' 'They have conceded that power is with the Dravidian parties.'
Why are people asking B V Srinivas for help?Rediff.com7 May 2021
B V Srinivas and his team of volunteers are able to procure and pass medical supplies, including oxygen cylinders delivery at doorsteps and securing hospital admissions for COVID patients.
'AIADMK didn't lose polls only because of BJP'Rediff.com3 May 2021
'The BJP has become a reasonably larger force in Tamil Nadu in the last two years.'
Pyare Khan spent Rs 1 cr to buy oxygen for NagpurRediff.com30 Apr 2021
'We must work for the country.' 'I have earned money here and I must give it back.' 'I don't think it is charity; I think it is my duty.'
The man who jumped in front of a train to save a childRediff.com26 Apr 2021
'I did hesitate and was scared, but I decided to save the child as I realised I would have done that if he was my child'
How these youth HELP in COVID timesRediff.com24 Apr 2021
'It is frustrating when you have to say 'No', but you are helpless when something is not available.'
'I am not going to ask for Tamil Nadu FM's job'Rediff.com7 Apr 2021
'The financial situation of Tamil Nadu is much worse than it was in 2016.' 'The finance minister's is a horrendous job.' 'I am certainly not going to ask for it.'
'Dravidian parties have compromised on many issues'Rediff.com3 Apr 2021
'A recent compromise by the state government is accepting NEET exams for medical entrance.'
Will minority votes give DMK a win?Rediff.com1 Apr 2021
'The DMK may get a little more than 50% of the minority vote.' 'The AIADMK always gets over 10% of the minority vote.'
'Every village in Tamil Nadu has BJP members'Rediff.com24 Mar 2021
'DMK is taking a wrong image of BJP to the people.'
Toddy-tappers take on EPS, StalinRediff.com20 Mar 2021
The Tamil Nadu Toddy Movement had met both Chief Minister Palaniswami and Stalin to seek their intervention in lifting the ban on toddy-tapping and had submitted petitions, but there it remained. So the matter is being taken to the people's court.