DMK to protest against Shah’s Hindi pitch on 20 September

Upping the ante against ‘Hindi imposition,’ a high-level DMK meet on Monday announced protest demonstrations across Tamilnadu on 20 September to condemn Home Minister Amit Shah’s Hindi pitch. Continue Reading

TN minister Jayakumar demands white paper from Stalin

Speaking to reporters after laying the foundation stone for the Rs 200 crore fishing harbour at Thiruvottiyur, Jayakumar said DMK president M K Stalin will soon hold a function to felicitate Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami. Continue Reading

BJP leader C P Radhakrishnan lauds Stalin for DMK’s win in LS polls

DMK chief M K Stalin on Thursday came in for praise from a senior State BJP leader who lauded him for steering the Dravidian party to a tremendous victory in the Lok Sabha polls, where Tamilnadu bucked the national trend of saffron surge. Continue Reading

Thanga Tamilselvan elevated as DMK propaganda secretary

Two months after he joined the party Thanga Tamilselvan, a former Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam leader, was on Friday elevated as DMK propaganda secretary. Continue Reading

Tamilnadu says no to hydrocarbon project

During a heated debate in the Assembly today, Law Minister C Ve Shanmugam said the State government has not granted permission for any hydrocarbon project in Tamilnadu. Continue Reading

Water crisis: Stalin demands S P Velumani’s resignation

Chennai is reeling under sever water crisis for a long time now. Borewells and lakes have dried up. Slamming the Municipal Administration Minister S P Velumani for the crisis, Stalin demanded the AIADMK leader’s resignation. Continue Reading

NEET is creating inequality after 70 years of independence: Stalin

Reaffirming the demand for scrapping National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) in Tamilnadu, DMK president M K Stalin stated the national-level medical test was destroying students’ dreams of medical education and that it was creating inequality after 70 years of independence. Continue Reading

Stalin says Centre deceiving TN, warns of anti-Hindi stir

After the Central government tweaked the draft National Education Policy (NEP) 2019 and any reference to Hindi removed from the new draft, DMK president M K Stalin stated that the move was to deceive Tamilnadu. Continue Reading