Mk Stalin

  • Stalin statement comes as a rude and painful shock to lovers of Tamil culture, history

    Sunday, August 22, 2021, Chennai

    The statement of TN CM Thiru M K Stalin, welcoming the Madras Day celebrations, has come as a rude and painful shock to lovers of Tamil culture, history and followers of the Tamil movement in Chennai and other parts of TN. The statement goes against the traditional stand of the TN govt right from the Congress govts to that of the DMK and even the AIADMK to ignore the Madras Day as they always believed that Chennai and other parts of TN existed from well before Sangam era for over 2000 years

  • DMK storms back to power in TN, Stalin set to be CM

    Tuesday, May 4, 2021, Chennai

    The DMK stormed back to power in Tamil Nadu after a gap of 10 years, with its president M K Stalin set to take over as chief minister on May 7 at a simple ceremony at the Raj Bhavan. The DMK-led front won 159 of the 234 seats up for grabsin the April 6 elections, counting for which was taken up on May 2 and 3, 2021. The AIADMK had to bow out of power, coming down from 134 in the previous House to just 66 now. Edappadi Palaniswami submitted his resignation as chief minister.

  • Udhayanidhi Stalin wins Chepauk-Tiruvallikeni constituency

    Sunday, May 2, 2021, Chennai

    UDHAYANIDHI STALIN (DMK), son of DMK president M K Stalin, defeated his nearest rival KASSALI A. V. A of Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) by 69,355 votes in Chepauk- Tiruvallikeni constituency of Chennai.

  • DMK front fails to benefit from anti-incumbency trend against AIADMK rule

    Sunday, May 2, 2021, Chennai

    The DMK-led front has secured a vote-share of 43.65 per cent in the votes counted so far, about 2.18 per cent more than that of the AIADMK-led combine's vote share of 41.47 per cent. The AIADMK current vote-share clearly indicates an anti-incumbency trend against CM Edappadi K Palaniswami's AIADMK rule compared to the 2016 Assembly polls. However, these votes from the AIADMK kitty went to other parties, not the DMK, and this explains why the DMK could not register an emphatic victory

  • DMK-led front ahead of AIADMK with 138 leads, several AIADMK ministers trail

    Sunday, May 2, 2021, Chennai

    After three rounds of counting for the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections, the opposition DMK-led front established early leads over the AIADMK-led alliance. The DMK-led combine was ahead in 138 constituencies out of the 234 seats up for grabs, AIADMK-led front in 94, MNM leader Kamal Haasan in Coimbatore-South, and AMMK leader TTV Dinakaran in Koilpatti.

  • DMDK rebels head for DMK, Vijayakanth axes dissidents

    Wednesday, April 6, 2016, Chennai

    DMDK chief Vijayakanth on April 5 expelled 10 functionaries, including three MLAs, for questioning the party’s decision to align with the four-party PWF and not go with the DMK.

  • One more MDMK leader quits party

    Monday, September 21, 2015, Chennai

    MDMK general secretary Vaiko has suffered another setback with the resignation of party treasurer Masilamani, just a day after the exit of Salem district secretary K.C.V. Tamaraikannan, women’s wing secretary Kumari Vijayakumari and a few others.

  • DMK suspends 33 senior partymen in TN

    Monday, June 23, 2014, Chennai

    In a major shake-up, the DMK on June 22 suspended 33 senior functionaries, including its Thanjavur strongman and former Union Minister S S Palanimanickam, former minister and Dharmapuri leader V Mullaivendan and Rajya Sabha member K P Ramalingam.

  • Stalin withdraws resignation on advice of father, seniors

    Sunday, May 18, 2014, Chennai

    Barely a few hours after DMK Treasurer M K Stalin sent in his resignation from all party posts owning moral responsibility for the poor performance of the party in the Lok Sabha polls, his father and party president M Karunanidhi rejected it and asked him to continue.


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