DMK candidates for Rajya Sabha by-election, Kanimozhi Somu and KRN Rajeshkumar have filed their nominations on Tuesday. Accompanied by Chief Minister MK Stalin and senior DMK leaders, Kanimozhi and Rajeshkumar filed their nominations with returning officer cum State Assembly Secretary K Srinivasan at the Secretariat. The applications would be scrutinized on September 23 and candidates would be allowed to withdraw… Continue reading "DMK candidates file nominations for Rajya Sabha by-election"
What started as a debate on White Paper and the state Budget turned out into an exchange on election manifestos as both the DMK and AIADMK traded charges in the Assembly on Monday. Former revenue minister RB Udhayakumar commenced the Budget debate saying that in the name of White Paper the DMK government was shying away from its electoral promises… Continue reading "Heated discussion between DMK and AIADMK in Assembly"
The legislature party of the ruling DMK will meet on 13 August. Chief Minister MK Stalin would chair the meeting to be held at party headquarters Anna Arivalayam at 5 pm on the evening of the first day of the full-fledged budget session. Chief Government whip Kovi Chezhian on Sunday announced the convention of the meeting of the party legislators.… Continue reading "DMK legislature party meet on 13 August"
Chief Minister M K Stalin, on Sunday, met DMDK Founder Vijayakant at his house in Saligram. “It was a courtesy call and politics was not discussed. The Chief Minister inquired about the health conditions of Vijayakant with his family members. During the meeting, Vijayakant handed over the cheque of Rs 10 lakh for Chief Minister’s Public Relief Fund (CMPRF) directly… Continue reading "Chief Minister M K Stalin meets DMDK chief Vijayakant"
Chief Minister MK Stalin visited Tiruvarur for the first time after assuming office and paid respects at his grandparents’ memorial in Tirukkuvalai on Tuesday. Stalin, who earlier arrived in Tiruchy around 5 pm, was received by Minis-ters KN Nehru and Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi at the airport from where he proceeded to Tiruvarur by road.After reaching Tiruvarur, the Chief Minister inspected… Continue reading "Stalin’s maiden visit to Tiruvarur after assuming office as Chief Minister"
A day after Chief Minister M K Stalin urged Modi to cancel all national level tests like NEET and allow Tamilnadu to fill professional seats, including the MBBS, based on class 12 marks, AIADMK coordinator O Panneerselvam backed the DMK government’s position. Till her death in 2016, late AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa had strongly opposed NEET and AIADMK government (2011-21)… Continue reading "AIADMK backs State government to cancel NEET"
DMK leader MK Stalin took oath as the Chief Minister of Tamilnadu today morning. Along with the DMK chief, 34 ministers of his party are also took oath to be appointed in the state cabinet. The names include 19 former ministers and 15 new faces. It has two women. DMK had fought the elections with its allies and got an… Continue reading "M K Stalin takes oath as Chief Minister of Tamilnadu"
DMK president and Tamilnadu’s Chief Minister-in-waiting MK Stalin was on Tuesday unanimously elected as the legislature party leader. During a meeting of the elected DMK legislators at the party headquarters Anna Arivalayam, a resolution in this regard was adopted. As per the party procedure, DMK general secretary Duraimurugan had proposed the name of Stalin as the legislature party head and… Continue reading "Stalin to meet Governor today, stake claim to form government"
The exit polls which were released on Thursday predicted a landslide victory for the DMK-Congress-Left alliance with some predicting a complete rout of the ruling AIADMK. AIADMK went into the Assembly elections for the first time without its stalwart leader late J Jayalalithaa. If the exit polls hold, the DMK alliance, led by M K Stalin (after the death of… Continue reading "Exit polls predict DMK victory in Tamilnadu"
DMK president MK Stalin has revived his “Ondrinaivom Vaa” campaign and asked his party workers to educate people about the severity of the second wave of coronavirus. Stalin also asked his party members to distribute masks and sanitizers to people wherever possible. In an appeal to his party workers, Stalin said, “We will definitely get a good verdict in the… Continue reading "Stalin revives “Ondrinaivom Vaa” campaign"