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Tamil Nadu bypolls: DMK to contest from Vikravandi, Congress from Nanguneri, says MK Stalin

DMK chief MK Stalin said the party would contest Vikravandi constituency and its ally Congress would field its candidate in Nanguneri constituency and Kamraj Nagar in Puducherry.

DMK calls off protest after meet with Tamil Nadu Governor

The agitation was announced following remarks of Union Home Minister Amit Shah on the necessity of making Hindi a “unifying language.”

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Stalin calls for agitation, Haasan hits out at Amit Shah

Stalin recalled that India comprises people who speak up to 1,600 regional languages, and alleged that Shah’s speech advocating Hindi as the national language was nothing but a challenge to the unity of the nation.

Chennai techie death: Stalin meets Subhasri’s parents, wants banner-free Tamil Nadu

"On behalf of DMK, we filed an affidavit at the Madras High Court stating that we will comply with the court’s order regarding the erection of banners and cut-outs. According to me, the banner culture shouldn’t exist anymore in this state," Stalin said. 

Why Tamil Nadu will again offer maximum pushback to Hindi

In a culturally autonomous Tamil Nadu, Hindi and Sanskrit are not some languages, but inter-changeable metaphors of north Indian domination and that’s precisely why it instantly unites people across party-lines, including those who ally with the BJP from time to time.

Tamil Nadu: DMK calls for statewide protest on September 20 against Amit Shah's Hindi pitch

"DMK will protest across Tamil Nadu districts on September 20 at 10 am against central government's decision on the imposition of Hindi language. The decision was taken at the party's high-level committee meeting," Stalin said.

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Russian authorities questioned me because of my name: M K Stalin recalls 1989 visit

Stalin said he was stopped and made to answer several questions by authorities as he showed them his passport.

Tamilselvan, a Dhinakaran loyalist till recently, is now DMK's propaganda secretary

The DMK leadership has recognized my work and trusted me with the propaganda secretary position, Tamilselvan said.

Demanding release of Kashmiri leaders, DMK to protest at Jantar Mantar, invites other parties

Condemning the scrapping of J&K special status, MK Stalin said in a statement that the detention of family members of political leaders in Jammu and Kashmir was "unacceptable".

MK Stalin’s son is Udhayanidhi DMK youth wing secretary

The appointment of the film actor and producer gains significance as his father Stalin too began his political journey with the same post, which he had held from 1982 to 2017 — when DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi retired from politics.

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M K Stalin becomes DMK president unopposed

M K Stalin succeeded his father, M Karunanidhi, as president of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) on Tuesday.

Election campaigns in full swing

Candidates are seen campaigning in full swing ahead of Lok Sabha elections in their respective constituencies.

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DMK supporters react to Karunanidhi's death

The mood outside Kauvery hospital after news broke of the death of Kalaignar Karunanidhi.

MK Stalin Sits On Hunger Strike Against Trust Vote

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) began its day-long hunger strike at all its district offices across Tamil Nadu on Wednesday to protest against the eviction of its MLAs from the Assembly and demand a fresh trust vote. Chief Minister Edappadi Palaniswami won the trust vote against O Pannerselvam on February 18 after Speaker P Dhanapal evicted the […]

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M Karunanidhi's Son MK Stalin Elected DMK Working President

MK Stalin, DMK treasurer and son of M Karunanidhi, was elected the party’s ‘working president’, a post that was created for him in view of his father’s failing health. Stalin’s nomination to the post came at the general council meeting of the party earlier Wednesday and makes it clear that he is the successor to […]

Supreme Court stays Centre's notification allowing Jallikatu

New Delhi, Jan12 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Tuesday stayed the Central Government's notification, which permitted the controversial sport 'Jallikattu' in Tamil Nadu. Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) leader MK Stalin after the order, said that ruling by the apex court on Jallikattu has to be suitably responded by the Central Government and only it can take a decision on it. Jallikattu is a bull taming sport played in Tamil Nadu as a part of Pongal celebrations on Mattu Pongal day.

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