TN CM slams DMK, says it banks on false promises for survival

Tamilnadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami on Sunday accused the DMK of banking on false promises for its survival and remembering about people’s problems only at the time of elections. Continue Reading

AIADMK govt surviving by being subservient to Central govt: DMK

DMK president M K Stalin on Wednesday alleged the AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu was surviving by being subservient to the Centre.

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Water from 3 dams will be released from tomorrow for farmers: TN CM

Waters from Papanasam, Servalar and Manimutharu dams will be released from tomorrow (21 August) to 9 September announced Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami today at the second day of grievance redressal camp at Salem. Continue Reading

Mettur dam to be opened by CM for delta irrigation 13 August

Though the July deadline for opening Mettur dam for irrigation purposes has been overshot, the dam is to be opened tomorrow (13 August, Tuesday) by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami. Continue Reading

Local body polls, leadership issue dominate AIADMK meeting

Today’s meeting began 10 am and continued for two hours. It was presided over by AIADMK coordinator and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, co-coordinator and Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami. Continue Reading

EPS, OPS, Anbumani, Premalatha leave for BJP’s Delhi dinner meet

Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, the AIADMK honchos, have left for New Delhi to take part in the dinner meet being organised by BJP president Amit Shah. Continue Reading

Alliance partners not of much help in TN by-poll to 4 seats

Like how the IPL final witnessed a big fight between two strong teams – Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians – the 19 May by-election to four Assembly seats in the State is seeing a straight battle between the two big parties in Tamilnadu – the ruling AIADMK and the principal opposition, DMK. Continue Reading

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

Hectic campaigning by party leaders across TN for elections

With just 11 days left for Lok Sabha elections in Tamilnadu, campaigning has hit a feverish pitch across the State. Continue Reading