Send all-party team to Kashmir for views on Article 370: TN Oppn

Opposition parties in Tamilnadu led by DMK on Saturday urged the Centre to put on hold the Kashmir reorganisation Act and demanded sending an all-party delegation to that State to invite public opinion on Article 370 which gives such a status. Continue Reading

Vellore polls: Top leaders storm constituency as campaign ends tomorrow

The hustle and bustle of the high voltage campaign for the Vellore Lok Sabha election will come to an end tomorrow. Intensifying their electioneering, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and DMK president M K Stalin will be speaking at public meetings today. Continue Reading

We don’t take exit polls seriously, will wait till 23 May: Stalin

DMK President M K Stalin said he did not take the exit polls seriously and would rather wait for 23 May to know people’s predictions. He further stated that his late father M Karunanidhi had taken the same stand in the past also. Continue Reading

DMK will meet same fate as in 2014 LS polls: M K Alagiri

Son of late chief minister M Karunanidhi and expelled DMK leader, M K Alagiri yesterday said just like the last parliamentary elections, the DMK led by his brother M K Stalin would face the same fate in the coming Lok Sabha elections also. Continue Reading

Stalin asks how Modi can save India when he failed to protect Rafale papers

Reacting to the Centre government’s assertion that Rafale documents have been stolen from the Defence Ministry, DMK president M K Stalin yesterday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi would protect the country when mere documents could not be safeguarded. Continue Reading

DMK lashes out at Kamal Haasan, calls him an opportunist & BJP agent

Notwithstanding the exchange of  barbs between them, Stalin and Kamal Haasan were seen talking casually at a wedding in the family of a former DMK MLA in Chennai this morning. Continue Reading

Stalin claims Panneerselvam held yagna at Secretariat for CM’s post

M K Stalin on Sunday alleged that a yagna was conducted at O Panneerselvam’s office at the Secretariat in Chennai and asked what right he had as Fort St George was common to people of all religions. The DMK chief also claimed that the Deputy Chief Minister had held the yagna to get the chief minister’s post. Continue Reading