Cases filed against Seeman

Police have filed cases against Naam Tamilar Katchi co-ordinator Seeman for ‘disrupting peace’ after he kicked up a controversy with his comments on former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. He was booked under two sections. Continue Reading

Editorial: Political Kurukshetra

People who are okay when Rajinikanth praises leaders like Jayalalithaa, Karunanidhi, Stalin, Anbumani and Seeman, get upset when he says something positive about either the BJP or Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Continue Reading

PM can’t match Indira masterstroke of breaking Pak: TNCC chief (video)

“The BJP should not try to teach patriotism, nationalism and defence security to the Congress and its leaders on the ground of just one air strike. Can Modi dismember Pakistan? Can he break Pakistan into two, and teach them a military lesson which the Congress government did under Indira Gandhi when creating Bangladesh in 1971?’ thundered Azhagiri. Continue Reading

2019 general elections: DMK, Congress begin talks on identifying seats

DMK headquarters, Anna Arivalayam, is all abuzz with the interview for selection of candidates to contest in the 21 Assembly constituencies going on under party president M K Stalin and the seat-sharing committee beginning to hold talks on allotment of seats for alliance partner Congress for the 2019 general elections Continue Reading

TNCC president invites ‘secular’ Kamal to join Cong-DMK alliance

But Kamal has been lately stating that his fledgling party will contest all the 40 constituencies – 39 in Tamilnadu and 1 in Puducherry – alone, without striking up an alliance with any of the other parties of the State, for the 2019 general elections. Continue Reading

Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka to visit Tamilnadu this month: TNCC president

The political scene is hotting up with Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his sister and general secretary of Uttar Pradesh East, Priyanka Vadra, planning to visit Tamilnadu to address public meetings this month. According to reports, Rahul will be visiting the State twice in February.  Continue Reading