J Jayalalithaa ennum naan…

Come tomorrow, it’s three years since former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa passed away. But her legacy and influence still continue in Tamilnadu politics. Continue Reading

Stalin blames negligence of administration for wall collapse in Nadur village

Timely action by concerned Ministers, district administration and officials could have saved the lives of 17 people, who were killed in their sleep when a compound wall collapsed on a row of houses in a village near here, DMK president M K Stalin said today. Continue Reading

TN civic polls: Supreme Court agrees to hear DMK petition

Supreme Court today agreed for an urgent hearing of a petition filed by DMK on Thursday seeking the court to direct the authorities to carry out delimitation, reservation and rotational process before issuance of election notification for civic polls. Continue Reading

Palaniswami, Paneerselvam greet Devendra Fadnavis

While AIADMK has greeted BJP for forming government in Maharashtra, opposition party leaders from the State have questioned the recent developments. Continue Reading

Amit Shah’s Hindi remarks trigger furore in TN; AIADMK, DMK protest

Union Minister Amit Shah’s statement to unify India with Hindi sparked a flutter among Tamilnadu political leaders who immediately objected it. This even led to the trending of the #StopHindiImposition tag in Twitter. Continue Reading

TN Minister counters Stalin’s criticism of AIADMK govt over investments

Tamilnadu government on Friday hit out at DMK President MK Stalin on his criticism regarding investments received by the state and gave a detailed picture on the two editions of Global Investors’ Meet held in 2015 and 2019. Industries Minister M C Sampath also slammed Stalin, saying “political vendetta” was behind his criticism the government over the investments front. Continue Reading

TN Min mocks at Stalin, says he has become soft toward Centre

AIADMK leader and Fisheries Minister D Jayakumar on Thursday mocked at DMK chief M K Stalin, saying his voice against the Centre has become very soft after the arrest of former finance minister P Chidambaram. Continue Reading