“The Centre has been ignoring our request to declare all 22 Indian languages listed in the eight schedule of the Constitution as official languages of the Union government,” Karunanidhi said.
He also plans to hold a public meeting with all the party officials
Today’s assembly results are unlikely to mark a critical change in Tamil Nadu’s bipolar contest
“Most of our friends and relatives went from here for voting in Tamil Nadu. They were given Rs 500 and a one-way ticket to Chennai.”
The two notices, which has virtually similar wordings say that prima facie the manifestos of the two parties “have not substantially fulfilled the guidelines of the Commission”.
Hundreds of enthusiastic party workers and people greeted her en route to the electoral office before she filed her nomination.
Accusing Karunanidhi of having “introduced alcohol to an entire generation” by relaxing the dry law in 1971, she
assured her commitment to implement total prohibition in the state.
“I request the Centre to take steps for the release of the convicts or the state government should issue orders under Article 161 (of the Constitution of India),” said Karunanidhi.
Paying her last respects, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa said Manorama was a great achiever in the field of Tamil movies.
The apex court was yesterday critical of the CBI in the case in which Maran is accused of causing a loss of Rs 1.20 crore to the exchequer by using the telephone lines for Sun TV network as the telecom minister during 2004-07.
DMK chief alleges that chief minister was unable to perform her duties due to ‘ill health’.
AIADMK MLA representing RK Nagar, P Vetrivel resigned on May 17 amid speculation that Jayalalithaa will contest from there
Karunanidhi, however, welcomed Sirisena’s statement that his country wanted a solution to this issue without affecting the ties with India.
AIAMDK supremo J Jayalalithaa, DMK President M Karunanidhi led a host of leaders and actors in condoling the death of veteran filmmaker K Balachander.
It is high time for DMK chief M Karunanidhi to break his silence over Jayalalithaa’s conviction, says Ramadoss.