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Rahul visits DMK chief Karunanidhi at Chennai hospital

Rahul visits DMK chief Karunanidhi at Chennai hospital

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday called on Dravida Munnetra Kazagham patriarch Karunanidhi, who is undergoing treatment for lung and throat infection at a private hospital in Chennai, and said the leader was doing well. “I just met him, I wanted to personally wish him a speedy recovery. I was very happy to see that he is doing well and the doctors told me that he is going to go home pretty soon and that is good news,” he told reporters. Flanked by senior party ..., 1 month ago

A week after Jaya

On the beach are three memorials: C N Annadurai, the founder of the Dravid Munnetra Kazagham which defeated the Congress in its prime in 1967. M G Ramachandran, who formed his own party named after Anna after he broke away from M Karunanidhi and the DMK and kept it away from power for as long as he was alive. J Jayalalithaa, who fought hard to take control of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, and ruled her party and the state with an iron hand until she was hospitalised on ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Tamil Nadu urges Centre to promulgate ordinance on Jallikattu

Amidst a growing chorus for holding the bull taming sport of Jallikattu this year, Tamil Nadu government on Monday urged the Centre to consider promulgating an ordinance for “removing the legal impediments” to enable the conduct of the sport next week in the state. Chief Minister O Panneerselvam wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying “considering the groundswell of sentiment and support for the conduct of Jallikattu all over Tamil Nadu, this is an issue on which ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Not so united: JD-U, Left parties to skip Cong's meet on Tuesday

Cracks were visible in the Opposition unity ahead of Tuesday’s meeting convened by Congress to ramp up attack on demonetisation and alleged “personal corruption” of the prime minister, with Left parties and the Janata Dal-United unlikely to attend it. While the Left parties announced they are staying away, the JD-U also gave hints that it may follow suit. Congress is part of the JD-U-led Nitish Kumar government in Bihar. There was no immediate word from the Samajwadi ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

MDMK's Vaiko protests, asks govt to act against proposed Sri Lankan maritime law

MDMK General Secretary Vaiko on Friday staged a protest here urging the Centre to take steps to ensure that Sri Lanka did not make amendments to its maritime law that could affect the lives of Tamil fishermen crossing maritime borders for fishing. ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Stop Sri Lanka from amending 1979 maritime law: Vaiko to Centre  India.com1 month ago Vaiko urges India to stop Sri Lanka from amending maritime law  HT Syndication1 month ago Vaiko urges Centre to stop Sri Lanka from amending maritime law  Business Standard India1 month ago

If given the reins of AIADMK now, will Sasikala become CM too?

Should Sasikala seek to follow Jayalalithaa’s footsteps in the matter, and if at all she is not disinterested in keeping the twin posts together, the by-election to Jayalalithaa's constituency R K Nagar could be the starting point, says N Sathiya Moorthy. IMAGE: Sasikala Natarajan near the mortal remains of Jayalalithaa at Rajaji Hall in Chennai. Photograph: PTI Photo It has now become near-abundantly clear that even as then Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa Jayaram was ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

I'm sorry, but nobody takes Rahul seriously: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Launching a counter attack on Rahul Gandhi for calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi “corrupt”, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Thursday said he feels really sorry that nobody in this country takes the Congress vice-president seriously nor does anyone trust him, and thus, his remarks don’t deserve any comment. “I really feel sorry that nobody in this country takes Rahul Gandhi seriously. His talks are not serious and nobody trusts his words. So, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

A week on: At Amma's samadhi's A Ganesh Nadar visits the latest pilgrimage site in Chennai: J Jayalalithaa's final resting place. Tamil Nadu is a state of temples. There are thousands of temples all over the state. But the latest pilgrimage site in Tamil Nadu is on Chennai's Marina beach, a short distance from Fort St George where three charismatic leaders presided over the state's destiny. On the beach are three memorials honouring: C N Annadurai, the founder of the Dravid Munnetra Kazagham which defeated the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Jayalalithaa, India's mother, dies at 68

With millions of supporters, Jayaram Jayalalithaa, was one of India's most powerful yet controversial leaders who held sway in domestic politics for the past quarter century. She was a major political force not only in India's southern state of ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia1 month ago

Nitish, Lalu Wish for Speedy Recovery of Ailing Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, in a press statement on Monday wished speedy recovery to his Tamil Nadu counterpart and the leader of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham (AIADMK) Jayalalithaa who remains hospitalized in the Apollo ...
 PatnaDaily.com1 month ago Jayalalithaa completely recovered, say her doctors in Chennai  Rediff.com2 months ago For Amma's recovery, supporter holds Rs 35 lakh yagna  Rediff.com2 months ago
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