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Tamil Nadu: CM Edappadi K Palaniswami, DMK working president M K Stalin want Centre to continue Haj subsidy
Continuing the removal of supporters of T T V Dhinakaran, the AIADMK on Wednesday expelled 272 office-bearers from three party districts for anti-party activities
The CM said that when fishermen who knew the nuances of travelling in sea had volunteered to search for missing fishermen.
The DMK on Monday created ruckus in the State Assembly, soon after the House convened for the year’s first session.
Amid the turbulent political situation in the State, the first session of the Tamil Nadu Assembly for this year will begin on Monday, with Governor Banwarilal Purohit’s customary address.
Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and Leader of Opposition M K Stalin on Sunday blamed each other of hiding facts on the steps taken to end the ongoing transport workers’ strike.
DMK working president M K Stalin today said that Tamil Nadu was the cradle of the Dravidian movement, where there was no place for spiritual politics as enunciated by top star Rajinikanth.
A day after the RK Nagar by-election left the DMK in disgrace, its working president M K Stalin on Monday announced a panel to probe the party’s dismal performance.
Mocks opposition leader M K Stalin’s ‘Namukku Naame’ tour; deputy CM Panneerselvam says cadre stood firm during crisis.
The Centre failed to take any action despite the assembly passed a resolution seeking exemption for the state from NEET.
DMK leader M K Stalin’s announcement last week to embark on a statewide yatra has raised a question as to whether yatras are still relevant in the social media age.
In times of social media flurry, Stalin has miles to go to make an impact
In a rerun of his 'Namakku Naame' programme, DMK working president M K Stalin today said he will embark on a month-long outreach campaign across Tamil Nadu from November.
The swearing-in function saw a bit of controversy as Stalin alleged he was not allowed to greet Purohit as per protocol.
He alleged the government neglected various issues confronting the state, including spread of fever particularly dengue.
Taking a dig at the ministers, MK Stalin said rationalist outfit Dravidar Kazhagam's chief K Veeramani has given a "beautiful idea of a lie detector test" and it would definitely reveal the truth.