Govt taking all steps to boost economy, Union Minister tells ‘NT’

Posted on   1:45 pm

“Our mantra, as Prime Minister exhorted, is ‘vocal for local.’ The entire reforms proposals with Atma Nirbhar Bharat package are meant to make India an attractive investment destination and also promote Indian entrepreneurs and enterprises,” says Union Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Anurag Singh Thakur.

Will TN people accept Rajini as ‘conductor’?

Posted on   10:54 am

Rajinikanth, who started his career as a conductor, prefers to end it the same way, but in political bus. Last week, at a crowded press meet which attracted journalists from all over the country, the superstar said he never aspired to become the Chief Minister of Tamilnadu and said that he only wants a change in political system.

Rajini style: DMK upset, AIADMK silent, other parties smile

Posted on   2:46 pm

At a time when the DMK has roped in political strategist Prashant Kishor for a whopping fee to get the desired mileage in the media and in the political arena ahead of 2021 Assembly elections, actor Rajinikanth, who has not even started his party, is getting it without spending a rupee.

Can Prashant Kishor revive DMK’s fortunes?

Posted on   2:44 pm

DMK president M K Stalin made a crucial announcement – that his party has roped in the services of election strategist Prashant Kishor’s Indian Political Action Committee (I-PAC) to help shape party’s campaign for the Tamilnadu Assembly polls next year.

Why DMK skipped Cong’s anti-CAA meet in Delhi

Posted on   12:29 pm

Days after the State Congress accused the DMK of not allocating ”fair number of seats” to it in the civic polls in Tamilnadu, the latter on Monday boycotted a crucial meeting called by the Congress in New Delhi to evolve a strategy against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC), leading to speculation that the alliance between the two parties might break anytime.

All not well in DMK-Congress alliance

Posted on   2:14 pm

For the first time in the recent years, bitterness between alliance partners DMK and Congress came out in open Friday evening, when the latter accused the former of not allocating ”fair number of seats” to it in the civic polls in Tamilnadu.