All stories by A Ganesh Nadar
'They can raid us when they want to'Rediff.com3 hours ago
'We are not worried about raids. We have nothing to hide.'
The Greatest Teachers In My LifeRediff.com5 Sep 2023
A Ganesh Nadar shares the unforgettable lessons his teachers have taught him.
Have You Seen Nayanthara's Home?Rediff.com5 Sep 2023
Poes Garden is one of the most exclusive addresses in Chennai.
'In India, A Child Goes Missing Every 8 Minutes'Rediff.com31 Aug 2023
'The pandemic had a significant impact on child trafficking.' 'With economic hardships, traffickers exploited the situation to target desperate parents and children.'
'The entire street was cheering'Rediff.com24 Aug 2023
'I feel like it's a personal triumph even though I have not contributed anything.' A Ganesh Nadar captures some voices on ISRO's Moon landing.
Become A Parotta Master In 10 DaysRediff.com22 Aug 2023
If you don't know how to make parottas, don't worry. At the Selfie Parotta Coaching Centre you can master the skill in 10 days and start a catering business on your own, discovers A Ganesh Nadar.
'Students didn't die because of NEET, but because of parental pressure'Rediff.com22 Aug 2023
'My friend scored higher than me in the 12th exam, but he could not clear NEET because his parents could not pay the fees for private coaching.'
This MP Wants To End India's Big Fat WeddingsRediff.com17 Aug 2023
'People are blowing up their entire retirement fund; they are selling their land and house to spend on one day for a marriage.'
When India Scored, The Stadium RoaredRediff.com10 Aug 2023
'There were many experts around me,' A Ganesh Nadar discovers at the India-Pakistan hockey game. 'One of them was explaining to his neighbour, that fellow is a good dragger and flicker, that fellow is a penalty corner specialist, that fellow is a penalty specialist, that fellow is a very good defender, etc, freely dispensing with his expert knowledge.'
'Both groups are armed, with weapons they have looted'Rediff.com3 Aug 2023
'Who is the aggressor and who is the victim is not clear, each blames the other.'
'Meitei camp was as bad as the Kuki camp'Rediff.com1 Aug 2023
'Hygiene is very bad, there is no medicine and there is no electricity.' 'I fear that there will be a breakout of some disease.'
'We will start Lok Sabha election work immediately'Rediff.com26 Jul 2023
'We have to change the Dravidian influence on the people.'
'The Universe gives everything to everybody; it is up to you to pick it up'Rediff.com19 Jul 2023
'I did get a couple of offers (in Hindi cinema) but the roles required a doll-like heroine, a glamorous role. I was getting challenging roles in the South and so I stayed here.'
'Be Very Careful Of The Wolves'Rediff.com11 Jul 2023
My grandfather Ashok Kumar made me sack my secretary as he thought she was a bad influence in my life.'
Did Jubilee Tell The Truth?Rediff.com11 Jul 2023
'You should enjoy acting; you should have a passion for it. Only then should you go for it.'
'We won't support UCC'Rediff.com10 Jul 2023
'Our party's stand has always been that the minorities must be protected.' 'It is not appeasement.'
'My street name identified me as a Scheduled Caste'Rediff.com10 Jul 2023
"It is a matter of self-respect and dignity to live in Indra Nagar rather than in a street that identifies your caste.'
'Everyone praises my dance, but nobody asks if I have eaten'Rediff.com8 Jul 2023
'In the beginning, I used to get scared, but now I have been dancing in the ladies compartment for more than a decade.'
'We Are Destroying The Constitution'Rediff.com4 Jul 2023
'We have to make people aware that the Constitution belongs to us.' 'We are the people who decide who will govern on our behalf.'
'Kiara told me she wanted to join films'Rediff.com3 Jul 2023
'I introduced her around.' 'Her first audition was for Heropanti, but she did not get it.' 'Now she is doing movies regularly.' 'After her movie releases, she always calls me to ask if I have seen the movie and if I liked the way she acted.'