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  • Alagiri loses in rally, DMK loses its star in south Tamil Nadu

    Wednesday, September 5, 2018, Chennai

    The much-touted rally of Muthuvel Karunanidhi’s ostracized son M K Alagiri in Chennai on September 5 has been a failure of sorts as he failed to attract any DMK functionary of note, with the party showing it is solidly behind his brother M K Stalin. However, in the eclipse of Alagiri, lies another story of the DMK being left without a strong southern satrap or star.

  • AIADMK swallows bitter Amit Shah pill by backing NDA in LS

    Saturday, July 21, 2018, New Delhi

    The ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu has had to swallow a bitter pill administered by BJP National President Amit Shah just a few days ago in Chennai, by agreeing to his request to support the NDA government in the Lok Sabha today. Amit Shah had hit out at massive corruption in Tamil Nadu, a direct indictment of the AIADMK government in the State, forcing AIADMK leaders to hit back strongly at the BJP.

  • Jaya loyalist Madhusudhanan to contest RK Nagar bypoll

    Thursday, March 16, 2017, Chennai

    The battle for the RK Nagar bypoll in Chennai has heated up with the entry of AIADMK presidium chairman E Madhusudhanan, a leader of the OPS group, to oppose the DMK and the AIADMK (Sasikala group).

  • DMK candidate for RK Nagar byelection is new face Marudhu Ganesh

    Wednesday, March 15, 2017, Chennai

    The DMK has fielded a former mediaperson, N Marudhu Ganesh alias NM Ganesh, as its candidate for the RK Nagar by-election scheduled to be held in Chennai on April 12. DMK general secretary K Anbazhagan made the announcement in a press release on March 15.

  • Nedunchezhiyan's son Mathivanan joins ADMK OPS group

    Tuesday, March 14, 2017, Chennai

    Former Finance minister 'Navalar' V R Nedunchezhiyan's son Nedunchezhiyan Mathivanan on March 13 joined the AIADMK OPS group shortly after meeting former chief minister O Panneerselvam at his party office.

  • Sasikala sacks Madhusudhanan, Sengottaiyan is new presidium chairman

    Friday, February 10, 2017, Chennai

    AIADMK general secretary V K Sasikala announced the expulsion of presidium chairman E Madhusudhanan from primary membership and all posts after he joined hands with O Panneerselvam on Feb 9.

  • Panneerselvam resigns, Sasikala to take over as TN chief minister

    Sunday, February 5, 2017, Chennai

    O Panneerselvam has stepped down yet again from the post of Tamil Nadu chief minister. V K Sasikala has been unanimously elected as AIADMK general secretary and is expected to take over as CM shortly.

  • AIADMK wins all 3 seats in Tamil Nadu Assembly elections

    Tuesday, November 22, 2016, Chennai

    The ruling AIADMK has won all 3 Assembly seats, elections for which were held on Nov 19

  • Dhanapal will be Tamil Nadu Assembly Speaker again

    Thursday, May 26, 2016, Chennai

    P Dhanapal, outgoing Speaker of the Tamil Nadu Assembly, will continue to be the Speaker of the House. The AIADMK on may 25 named Dhanapal (Avinashi MLA) as its nominee for the post of Speaker of the 15th Assembly. Outgoing deputy speaker and Pollachi MLA, V Jayaraman is the party nominee for deputy Speaker of the present Assembly.

  • Jayalalithaa and 28 of her cabinet colleagues sworn in

    Monday, May 23, 2016, Chennai

    AIADMK supremo and chief minister J Jayalalithaa and her 28 cabinet colleagues were sworn in by Governor K. Rosaiah on May 23

  • Jayalalithaa elected as AIADMK legislature party leader

    Friday, May 20, 2016, Chennai

    AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa was today unanimously elected as Leader of the AIADMK Legislature Party, to pave the way for her return to power as Chief Minister of the State following the victory in the May 16 Assembly elections.

  • AIADMK scrapes through with just one per cent margin

    Friday, May 20, 2016, Chennai

    The ruling AIADMK has scraped through in the Assembly elections with the narrowest of margins, just about 1 per cent. The AIADMK front secured 40.8 per cent, just one per cent ahead of the DMK alliance vote percentage of 39.7. If the AIADMK had not taken in minor allies who were allotted seven seats, the DMK front could have overtaken the AIADMK in terms of vote percentage and also number of seats.

  • Triumphant Jaya rededicates herself to service of TN people

    Thursday, May 19, 2016, Chennai

    AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa said she would re-dedicate herself to the cause of the Tamil Nadu people who had placed abiding faith in her.

  • AIADMK secures just 2 per cent more votes than DMK alliance in TN

    Thursday, May 19, 2016, Chennai

    The AIADMK has secured a vote share of 41.7 per cent so far, about 10.8 % ahead of the DMK (30.9). If the votes of Congress (6.4 %, IUML 1.2, 0.7 % of MMK, and 0.5 % of PT, etc) are added, the DMK alliance has polled about 39.7 per cent votes, just 2 per cent below that of AIADMK.

  • AIADMK set to return to power, Jaya back in saddle

    Thursday, May 19, 2016, Chennai

    The ruling AIADMK is set to retain power in Tamil Nadu under the stewardship of Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, with the party leading in 135 constituencies out of 232 seats for which elections were held on May 16.

  • AIADMK establishes early lead over DMK in Tamil Nadu

    Thursday, May 19, 2016, Chennai

    The ruling AIADMK has established an early lead over the DMK and the other parties after three rounds of counting in the May 16 Tamil Nadu Assembly elections, with the AIADMK ahead in 126 constituencies and the DMK in 82. The Third Front is leading in one constituency and the PMK in four seats.

  • Thanthi TV Exit Poll gives AIADMK 111 seats, 12 ahead of DMK alliance

    Tuesday, May 17, 2016, Chennai

    Thanthi TV , in an Exit Poll aired on May 17 night, has predicted 111 seats for AIADMK and 99 seats for DMK-led alliance, with 16 seats still in the Neck To Neck (NTN) category out of 232 seats which went to the polls on May 16. Of the Others, the Third Front is set to win three seats, PMK 2 and BJP 1.

  • TN election Too Close To Call says Thanthi TV Opinion Poll

    Monday, May 16, 2016, Chennai

    Thanthi TV, which carried out an elaborate survey throughout Tamil Nadu, has in its Opinion Poll aired on May 16 night, said the election is Too Close to Call. It has given 102 sure seats to the ruling AIADMK, 79 to the DMK-led alliance, a solitary seat to the PMK and said that 52 seats were going Neck to neck (NTN).

  • Average of Exit Polls gives DMK alliance 117, AIADMK trailing at 108

    Monday, May 16, 2016, New Delhi

    The average of four Exit Polls (Poll of Polls) by NDTV and Times Now has predicted a narrow win for the DMK-led alliance in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, The average places DMK alliance at 117, and AIADMK at 108, and Others 9-12 seats, BJP 0. Others may play a key role in formation of the government in TN.

  • Voting for Assembly elections begins in TN, Puducherry, Kerala

    Monday, May 16, 2016, Chennai

    Voting for Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Kerala began on May 16 amid tight security. In Tamil Nadu, the choice is among four chief ministerial candidates-- AIADMK's J Jayalalithaa, DMK president M Karunanidhi, Third Front leader Vijayakanth and PMK leader Anbumani Ramadoss, besides the BJP.



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  • Vijay Sethupathy stills

  • Trisha stills

  • Aruva Sandai stills

  • Actress Aishwarya Dutta Stills

  • KOOTHAN movie pooja

  • Munnodi movie Stills

  • Silanth 2 Movie Stills

  • Thanga Radham

  • URU first look poster


  • Gif and First Look of KEE Movie

  • Rajinikanth in Kaala first look

  • Nibunan Teaser

  • CBI raids Chidambaram residence in Chennai

  • Aarambamey Attakasam Official Trailer

  • Ajith in Vivegam teaser