DMK, allies to hold signature campaign against CAA

The DMK-led opposition in Tamilnadu today resolved to hold a ‘massive’ signature campaign against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, National Register of Citizens and the National Population Register, party chief MK Stalin said. Continue Reading

All not well in DMK-Congress alliance

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. Continue Reading

TN government to file case against DMK chief Stalin

The Tamilnadu government has decided to file a defamation case against DMK president M K Stalin for his corruption charges against Municipal Administration Minister S P Velumani. Continue Reading

DMK chief stalin leaves for Andaman

DMK president M K Stalin along with his wife Durga and senior party leaders Ku Ka Selvam and R S Bharathy left for Andaman this morning. Continue Reading

DMK boycotts Governor’s address; walks out of TN Assembly

The DMK led by M K Stalin today boycotted the Governor’s address to the Tamilnadu Assembly and walked out of the House amid slogans raised against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
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Anti CAA Protest: DMK rally throws traffic out of gear

Despite denial of permission by the police, DMK’s rally against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) was held here today. Though untoward incidents were not reported, traffic was badly hit in some of the arterial roads of the city. Continue Reading

CAA protest: Stalin invites, Kamal declines

A couple of days after the DMK issued a formal invitation to Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) chief and actor Kamal Haasan to participate in a rally to protest the Citizenship Amendment Act here on 23 December, sources say that MNM has declined the invitation. Continue Reading

Citizenship Act doesn’t affect anyone residing in India: Palaniswami

Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah have already explained about the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Continue Reading

DMK chief Stalin dubs Citizenship Amendment Act autocratic

DMK president M K Stalin today hit out at the Citizenship Amendment Act as “hasty and autocratic” and alleged the BJP-led Centre’s objective was not India’s progress but trampling the rights of Muslims. Continue Reading