Rajini to support Kamal?

Days after announcing that he will not contest in the polls, actor-turned-politician Rajinikanth on Sunday took to social media to extend best wishes to Kamal Haasan and his political party, Makkal Needhi Maiam, ahead of the general elections. In his reply, Kamla wrote, “Thanks my 40 years old friend. If good people stand with us, 40 (40 seats) is easy, Tomorrow is ours”. Continue Reading

Tongue twisters of TN politics

To err is human, especially during public speeches. But, in Tamilnadu, where the gift of the gab is considered an important ingredient to climb the political ladder, each and every word uttered by politicians is under the scanner. And, when they mispronounce something, they get instantly trolled on social media with multitudes of memes.

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Lotus can never bloom in TN, declares DMK prez Stalin

“Tamilnadu has no water already. Not even grass grows here now. Then how will the Lotus bloom?” said Stalin sarcastically, training his guns on BJP’s tagline of ‘Thamarai Malarum’ (Lotus will bloom). He added that the BJP has deceived Tamilnadu as they know that none of their antics would work here and they wouldn’t be able to set foot on Tamil soil. Continue Reading

TNPSC expresses regret over ‘Periyar question’

The Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) today expressed regret over a question on rationalist leader E V Ramasamy, popularly called ‘Periyar’, in its Group II examination that was conducted Sunday. Continue Reading

Jaya’s ‘nephew’ to enter politics, holds talks with Rajini

“I must also admit that I am not all that happy to use Jayalalithaa’s background to enter politics. Though I am from her family, I am open to join any party which is ready to field me in Trichy and accept my idea. I sincerely hope that in the future, youngsters without any political background should contest in the elections and emerge victorious,” he said. Continue Reading

DMK sends strong message against dissent ahead of Alagiri rally

On Teachers’ Day tomorrow, M K Alagiri wants to teach a ‘fitting lesson’ to his younger brother and DMK president M K Stalin for not re-admitting him into the party, by leading a ‘mega rally’ to their father and former Chief Minister M Karunanidhi’s grave. Continue Reading