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Karunanidhi criticises Centre for delaying caste census
Deccan Chronicle

Karunanidhi criticises Centre for delaying caste census

Chennai: DMK president M. Karunanidhi on Monday criticised the Centre and the National Statistical Commission for delaying the release of caste census taken up in 2011. In a statement, he said that there was a demand to formulate new schemes based ... Deccan Chronicle, 5 hours ago
Release caste data soon: Karuna urges Centre Times of India, 8 hours ago

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Deccan Chronicle

Panneerselvam: We have not mentioned of LTTE threat to Mullaiperiyar dam

Chennai: Two days after DMK president M. Karunanidhi alleged that the state government was unnecessarily dragging the name of LTTE over the Mullaiperiyar dam row, state finance minister O. Panneerselvam on Monday clarified that the state has not ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 hours ago No LTTE Threat to Periyar Dam, TN to Tell SC  New Indian Express5 hours ago

Karunanidhi Demands Release of Caste Census Data

CHENNAI: DMK president M Karunanidhi on Monday demanded the release of caste census as it would be helpful to raise the quantum of reservation for the backward communities and people belonging to the SC/ST communities, besides formulating schemes ...
 New Indian Express10 hours ago Release of Caste Census Data Crucial to Justify 69 Per Cent Quota to Backward Classes  New Indian Express5 hours ago
Times of India

DMK moves SC to challenge Jayalalithaa's acquittal in DA case

The M Karunanidhi-led DMK on Monday moved Supreme Court to challenge the acquittal of AIADMK general secretary and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case  by the Karnataka High Court recently.
 Zee News20 hours ago Jaya verdict: It's not the end, Karunanidhi says  Times of India1 month ago Jayalalithaa's acquittal in DA case: It's not the end, Karunanidhi says  Times of India1 month ago Mullaiperiyar: TN to file new plea in SC  News Today19 hours ago

Tamil Nadu govt should clarify on Jayalalithaa's health issue: Karunanidhi

DMK president Karunanidhi on Thursday said the Tamil Nadu government should formally provide the details related to Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's illness as the people would be interested in knowing it. Seeking to target Jayalalithaa for not attending an ...
 Zee News4 days ago Tamil Nadu government should clarify on Jayalalithaa's health issue: Karunanidhi  DNA4 days ago TN Govt should clarify on Jaya's health issue: Karuna  Press Trust of India4 days ago Karunanidhi cites Tamil magazine report to allege poll violations in R K Nagar  Times of India5 days ago
New Indian Express

DMK chief Karunanuidhi's son Stalin slaps man inside Chennai Metro, video goes viral

Chennai: On Wednesday, DMK treasurer MK Stalin was caught slapping a man on board of the recently launched Chennai Metro Train. This act of him was also criticized by the state's Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa who said that it was not at all ...
 PardaPhash4 days ago DMK's MK Stalin Found Allegedly Slapping a Passenger on Chennai Metro  New Indian Express4 days ago Chaanta lagaa! DMK's Stalin caught slapping passenger on Chennai metro  Rediff.com4 days ago Stalin slaps man on Chennai Metro  New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago
New Indian Express

DMK urges Tamil Nadu government, Metro Rail to cut fare

CHENNAI: A day after the launch of the Metro train service here, DMK chief M Karunanidhi today urged the Tamil Nadu government and rail authorities to reduce the fares. "On behalf of the DMK which started work for the Metro project during its ...
 Economic Times6 days ago DMK Chief Karunanidhi Urges TN Government, Metro Rail to Cut Fare  New Indian Express6 days ago DMK urges TN govt, Metro Rail to cut fare  Press Trust of India6 days ago MK wants Metro fares cut  NetIndia123.com6 days ago
New Indian Express

DMK's MoU Denied Metro Rail Revenue to TN: CM

CHENNAI: Responding to the charge of DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi and party treasurer MK Stalin that the fares of the Chennai Metro should be lower, Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa said Karunanidhi had no locus standi to speak on this. The MoU states ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago DMK has no Metro Bragging Right: CM  New Indian Express4 days ago Stalin, Vijayakanth enjoy metro ride  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago Political Leaders Check Out Chennai Metro  New Indian Express5 days ago

Reduce fare: Karunanidhi

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A DMK party banner thanks party president M. Karunanidhi and treasurer M.K. Stalin for the Chennai Metro Rail Project on Tuesday.— Photo: M. Moorthy DMK Supremo M. Karunanidhi on Monday called for ...
 The Hindu5 days ago MK hints at Stalin being his successor  NetIndia123.com1 month ago

It was DMK that planned Metro project: Karunanidhi

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Refuting Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's claim that the actual study for Chennai Metro Rail was done in 2003, when the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) was in power, DMK leader M. Karunanidhi ...
 The Hindu3 days ago PTI - METRO-MINISTER 2 LAST - (Reopns MES3)  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago For Metro Rail patrons, only seamless travel can ease woes  The Hindu5 days ago
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