2019 elections: What will happen in Tamilnadu politics after 23 May?

The continuance of the AIADMK government, led by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, which is already surviving on a wafer-thin majority, will be decided 23 May. In the 234-member House, Palaniswami needs the support of at least 118 MLAs for a simple majority. Continue Reading

Twists & turns

The Lok Sabha elections are over in Tamilnadu and so are the by-elections to 18 Assembly seats. Come 19 May, four more Assembly constituencies will go for polls. Continue Reading

Focus of TN politics shifts to by-poll in 4 Assembly constituencies

The parties are now gearing up to start their canvassing again, with by-polls in four Assembly segments –  Thirupparankundram, Sulur, Aravakurichi and Ottapidaram – slated to be held 19 May. Continue Reading

2019 polls: Top leaders in TN make last minute efforts to woo voters

Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, DMK president M K stalin, AMMK deputy general secretary TTV Dhinakaran and MNM founder Kamal Haasan were trying to cover as many areas as possible today Continue Reading

AIADMK releases candidates list for TN by-polls to 18 Assembly seats

AIADMK coordinator and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, and co-coordinator and Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami have released the list of 18 candidates for the 2019 by-elections that are to be held along with the parliamentary elections scheduled for 18 April. Continue Reading