TN CM, Ministers on leisure tours to foreign countries: Stalin

Dubbing Tamilnadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami’s foreign tour as a “leisure trip,” DMK Chief M K Stalin on Sunday reiterated the State government was still sitting on his request for a white paper on investments. Continue Reading

TN pays tributes to Sushma Swaraj; CM says she was rolemodel for women

Tamilnadu Chief Minister and AIADMK joint coordinator Edappadi K Palaniswami, coordinator and Deputy CM O Panneerselvam, Opposition DMK president M K Stalin and leaders of various political parties condoled the death of senior BJP leader and former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. Continue Reading

Get water from Karnataka, TN CM dares DMK, Congress

The issue of water crisis echoed in the Assembly today with the opposition parties blaming the AIADMK government for not taking necessary steps to address the problem. Continue Reading

Kerala offers 20 lakh litres water to TN, AIADMK govt yet to take decision

Even as Tamilnadu, especially Chennai and its suburbs, is reeling under water crisis following depletion of ground water level and poor storage in many lakes, the Kerala government yesterday said that it offered to provide 20 lakh litres drinking water its neighbouring State, but that the Palaniswamy-led AIADMK government has declined the offer saying there was no need for the help at present. Continue Reading

TN Congress MLA H Vasanthakumar to quit post

Proprietor of Vasanth & Co brand of consumer retail outlets and sitting Congress MLA H Vasanthakumar yesterday announced his decision to resign from the post. Vasanthakumar is the sitting MLA from the Nanguneri assembly constituency.  Continue Reading

By-poll in 4 seats: Stalin chairs high-level meet

DMK president M K Stalin today held a meeting with the party’s coordinators for the Tiruparankundram and Ottapidaram by-polls which are scheduled to be held 19 May. Continue Reading

IT raids an attempt of personal vengeance, says Duraimurugan

DMK Treasurer Duraimurugan alleged the recent IT raids were an attempt of personal vengeance to bring disgrace to the opposition party by the Centre and State governments.  Continue Reading