TN CM urges PM to supply 20 lakh doses of Covid vaccine

Tamilnadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami today urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to supply 20 lakh doses of Covid vaccines to ensure assured stock for the next ten days, besides fast tracking the commissioning of Integrated Vaccination complex at Chengalpattu near here. Continue Reading

Night curfew in TN from 20 April, total lockdown on Sundays

Amid rapid increase in the corona positive cases, the Tamilnadu government on Sunday announced stricter restrictions that included night curfew from 20 April and total lockdown on all Sundays, till further orders. Continue Reading

TN Governor, CM and leaders extend Tamil New Year greetings

Tamilnadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, spiritual leader Bangaru Adigalar and others have extended their Tamil New Year greetings to people. Continue Reading

Amid alarming rise in cases, TN to carry out ‘aggressive’ Covid testing

With Covid-19 cases rising exponentially, the Tamilnadu government has taken a slew of decisions to control the spread. Continue Reading

What EPS, OPS, Stalin, TTV, Seeman said after voting

Top political leaders of Tamilnadu, including Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, Deputy CM O Panneerselvam, Opposition DMK president M K Stalin, leaders of the alliance partners of the ruling AIADMK and DMK today exercised their democratic right as the single phase polling to elect the 234-member 16th Assembly began today. Continue Reading

Palaniswami thanks ‘Amma’ in his parting shot

Chief Minister K Palaniswami concluded his campaign in his home turf – Edappadi constituency – on Sunday evening by highlighting the schemes implemented by the AIADMK government for the welfare of people in the last ten years. Continue Reading

TN election campaign to end tomorrow

Last minute attempts are being made to woo voters by all political parties and candidates in Tamilnadu, with just one day left for the campaign to end. Continue Reading

Raja apologises to Palaniswami, expresses regret over comments on CM’s mother

With his comments on Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami’s birth snowballing into a huge row that might cost the DMK heavily in the 6 April Assembly elections, former Union Minister A Raja, who a couple of days ago refused to express regret, tendered an open apology today. Continue Reading