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Secret Diary

Indian Satirist

Indian Satirist

26 January, 2015 V. Gangadhar

The citizens of Paris ushered in Liberty, Equality and Fraternity by having their guillotine blades polished but it was still a strict ‘No, No’ to bomb the innocents.

Ravi Shastri

Ravi Shastri

19 January, 2015 V. Gangadhar

Of course, it is possible to win a game armed with nonchalance. But you have to be aggressive.


Dr Vivek H. Murthy

This is going to be a tough job. Not too much of surgery but office work and answering mail. From India itself, I’ve received over 25,000 letters, e-mail, not to speak of telephone calls

Raj And Simran

Raj And Simran

22 December, 2014 V. Gangadhar

We have been running for 1,000 weeks, very soon, our statues will be erected in Delhi and Punjab.


Nathulal Vyas

Ramdev, Rampal, Asaram...and Nathulal. But unlike the first three, I am not a godman with palatial ashrams, helicopters and armed guards...

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01 December, 2014

N. Sreenivasan

V. Gangadhar

When I resume as BCCI chief, I will see to it that Taliparamba is presented with a 50-over one-day international venue.


24 November, 2014

Devendra Fadnavis

V. Gangadhar

For nearly 20 years I am a faithful follower of Hindutva, I have worked for the ABVP and RSS even while rising steadily in the Sangh parivar hierarchy.


10 November, 2014

Roger Federer

V. Gangadhar

I take the family along wherever I go. They create the proper environment for my game.


27 October, 2014

Padmaja Bandaru

V. Gangadhar

Girl’s skirt shorter by 25 mm, first time: Rs 300 fine, second time: compulsory wearing of 9-yard saree for three weeks and Rs 500...


20 October, 2014

Chhagan Bhujbal

V. Gangadhar

Two political parties in the state became four and each one of them could win the assembly elections and come to power...


13 October, 2014

Dronacharya

V. Gangadhar

How can 85-year-old doddering idiots, who can neither lift nor string a Gandiva, head the Archery Federation for 30 and even 50 years.


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06 October, 2014

Dharmendra

V. Gangadhar

With my kind of garam reputation, I have to keep several secret diaries. The most secret one is on Hemaji


29 September, 2014

Rajnath Singh

V. Gangadhar

Yes, I really did say I did not know what was meant by the phrase ‘love jehad’...


22 September, 2014

Abhishek Bachchan

V. Gangadhar

I work like Jeetendra in the 1970s, three shifts, non-stop/ producing, directing, guiding, managing and captaining (non-playing kind) kabaddi teams...


15 September, 2014

Shinzo Abe

V. Gangadhar

What is true of Godhra, should be true for India and also for Japan, 'Narubhai’, as I like to call him, said...


08 September, 2014

Sharmila Tagore

V. Gangadhar

I wish we had not instituted the Pataudi trophy. These blokes are scared of fast bowling and cannot even catch a cold in the slips.


01 September, 2014

Aamir Khan

V. Gangadhar

My PK poster (railway track, nude posterior and transistor et al) is my tribute to the Marilyn legend


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25 August, 2014

Sachin Tendulkar

V. Gangadhar

I shall return to the House, sign my name and hope my arrears will be paid with retrospective effect and without any cuts


Photo Gallery

A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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A health worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test, amid concerns over rising Omicron cases, in Gurugram.

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Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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