DMK regains citadel in city, wins all three LS constituencies

DMK once again proved that Chennai is their citadel. Having a majority of MLAs in the city Assembly segments, the winning of three Lok Sabha constituencies has given them a big boost. All the DMK candidates who contested in the Lok Sabha elections in and around Chennai emerged winners by a huge margin, results for which were announced Thursday. Continue Reading

DMK’s Lok Sabha magic fails in by-polls

The elections are done and dusted and the people of Tamilnadu have given their mandate, albeit a curious one. While the DMK had resounding victories in Lok Sabha polls capturing 37 out of 38 constituencies, the Assembly bypolls were a different matter where they managed only 13 out of 22. Continue Reading

Count-‘less’ days

It was all over in a flash, the polls. And more than a fortnight has passed, since. The results are another three weeks away. I am not really bothered about the candidates who are on RAC nor their party leaders with their fingers crossed. Continue Reading

Delhi High Court upholds EC allocating two-leaves symbol to AIADMK

The two-leaves symbol stays with the AIADMK with the Delhi High Court ruling in its favour this afternoon. It has upheld the Election Commission granting the famed symbol to the AIADMK. Continue Reading

2019 general elections: DMK gives 10 seats to Congress in poll pact

The Congress will contest from 9 seats in Tamilnadu and the lone Puducherry seat, taking its count to 10 seats. Continue Reading

Game on: Love all!

St Valentine’s much caricatured bearded face can’t be even remotely related to romance. The legend, fact or fiction, however, has stuck. He has inspired alike vigilantes, voyeurs and the virtuous. Continue Reading

Paal abhishekam or pudavai: Quirky celebrities and confused fans 

Actors aspiring to enter politics in this part of the country is very common. It is considered an evolutionary process. And there are certain rules laid for it. Continue Reading

Friends, foes & fear

With just a few months left for the general elections, it’s action time among political parties. From devising strategies, discussing alliances and developing manifestos, they are on their toes. They never leave any opportunity to deflate their opponents. Watch is their word. Continue Reading