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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.

Udhayanidhi Stalin appointed DMK youth wing secretary

After M K Stalin and former minister and three-time MLA Vellakovil Swaminathan, Udhayanidhi becomes the third youth wing secretary of the party, and second from Dravidian stalwart Karunanidhi’s family.

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Kiran Bedi blames Tamil Nadu's 'corrupt politics' for water scarcity; Stalin demands apology

On Monday, DMK legislators staged a walkout from the Assembly after Speaker P Dhanapal did not allow Leader of Opposition Stalin to raise an issue involving remarks by Bedi on the water scarcity.

DMK announces nominees for Rajya Sabha, no seat for Manmohan Singh

According to a statement from Stalin, party trade union leader M Shanmugam and senior advocate P Wilson are the nominees for the biennial election, slated on July 18.

DMK opposes Centre's 'one nation, one ration card' scheme

The BJP-led central government has given one-year deadline till June 30, 2020, to states and Union Territories for rolling out the 'one nation, one ration card' system

BJP-led govt at Centre discreetly aiding Karnataka on Mekedatu: DMK

Karnataka's insistence on going ahead with the dam was contrary to the Cauvery Tribunal's final award, as well as the Supreme Court judgement, which barred it from opting for such dams that would affect the quantum of water to Tamil Nadu, DMK President M K Stalin said.

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Hindi imposition? How political leaders across parties are reacting to draft National Education Policy

New National Education Policy Draft 2019: The criticism forced the HRD Ministry to issue a statement clarifying that the education policy was only a draft and will be finalised after incorporating public feedback and views of the state governments.

DMK's secularism plank needs to be pitched in other Indian states: M K Stalin

Some 22 people were injured, Interfax news agency reported citing a source. An official at the local health ministry said earlier that most of the injured have fragment wounds.

DMK criticises EC over order on campaigning in West Bengal

The EC had invoked Article 324 of the Constitution to curtail the campaigning for the last phase of the election on May 19. Stalin had earlier attended a TMC sponsored mega rally of opposition parties in Kolkata.

Tamil Nadu BJP chief says DMK in talks with party, Stalin says prove it

Calling it a lie, Stalin said he will quit politics if either Soundararajan or Modi is able to prove this allegation. In a strongly worded statement, he asked whether either of them will quit politics if they fail to prove it.

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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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