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Chennai building collapse: DMK carries out protest, demands CBI probe
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Chennai building collapse: DMK carries out protest, demands CB...

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam leaders on Saturday met Tamil Nadu Governor K Rosaiah to press the party’s demand for a Central Bureau of Investigation probe into the June 28 building collapse near Porur, which killed 61 people. Party leader MK Stalin led a well-attended rally of DMK workers and followed that up with a meeting with the governor at Raj Bhavan, during which he submitted a petition demanding a CBI inquiry. Stalin said that the party will continue with the protests till its demand ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Amma supporters hold demonstrations across Tamil Nadu

Continuing their protest against the conviction of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam supremo Jayalalithaa for the third day, party workers and sympathisers on Monday observed a fast and staged demonstrations across the state. Supporters of J Jayalalithaa hold her posters as they sit on a fast during a protest against the court verdict. Photograph: Babu/Reuters Police said no untoward incident was reported so far in the state, which witnessed sporadic violence such as stone pelting and ...
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Row breaks out in Parliament over Justice Katju's claims

Amid furore created by All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam members in Parliament for the second day running, the government on Tuesday admitted that a Supreme Court collegium during the United Progressive Alliance rule had recommended extension of a judge in Tamil Nadu who was under corruption cloud. “Name the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam minister at the Centre,” shouted agitated AIADMK members who stormed the Well of the Lok Sabha as they were not satisfied with the response ...
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FIRs filed against DMK chief Karunanidhi and son MK Stalin

First Information Reports have been filed against Dravida Munnetra Kazagham President M Karunanidhi and his son and party treasurer M K Stalin in connection with a clash between their supporters and All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam workers in the wake of conviction of Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in the assets case. Three FIRs were filed at the Royapettah police station against the two and several others on Saturday night based on complaint by some AIADMK workers who alleged that a group ...
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Jayalalithaa: Alone again, naturally

Today, as Jayalalithaa’s friend, advisor and ‘sister’ Sasikala is also lodged in Bangalore Central jail, the former Tamil Nadu chief minister is where she was before: alone, all alone All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam chief J Jayalalithaa has again chosen O Panneerselvam, the state finance minister, to be her understudy. In a similar situation in 2001, Panneerselvam was picked up to be the chief minister when Jayalalithaa went to jail on corruption charges (he had then ...
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Tamil Nadu’s 'Amma' held guilty of corruption, gets 4-year jail

Bangalore : The special court hearing Jayalalithaa’s DA case has sentenced her to 4 years in jail in this case. The court has also asked Jayalalithaa and three other convicted persons to pay a penalty of Rs 25 crores each. Jayalalithaa was sent to ...
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Can Tamizhisai deliver Tamil Nadu for the BJP?

Having a young, untested leader makes sense for the Tamil Nadu BJP. But the new state president’s immediate concern will be to gain acceptance within the state unit that is still in the grip of those with a strong RSS background, says N Sathiya Moorthy. The BJP's new Tamil Nadu president, Dr Tamizhisai Soundararajan, a medical doctor whose septuagenarian father, Kumari Anandan, was a TN Congress chief and continues to be a loyal party leader, is the ‘most wanted woman’ ...
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Will Cong have the appetite to vote out ordinance on PM's secretary in RS?

It seems the Congress party’s act of bravado in opposing the ordinance on Nripendra Misra witnessed in the Lok Sabha on Friday may prove to be just that: an act. Rediff.com contributor Anita Katyal reports. The Congress got its first opportunity to prove its credentials as an effective opposition when the Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance government moved a Bill in the Lok Sabha on Friday to replace the controversial ordinance facilitating the appointment of former Telecom ...
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Who shall be the new Tamil Nadu CM? AIADMK MLAs to decide today

A day after their party supremo and Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa was convicted and sentenced in the Rs 66.65 crore illegal asset case, All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam MLAs are likely to meet here on Sunday to propose a candidate for the chief minister’s post. Party sources said the meeting is likely to be held later on Sunday and all the legislators have been asked to be present. Majority of the ministers of the Jayalalithaa ministry and MLAs have been in Bangalore since ...
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Coalgate verdict: A chance to clean up the mess

It is hoped that the decision of India's apex court will send a signal to politicians and their cronies from the world of business that the rule of the law does eventually prevail, says Paranjoy Guha Thakurta. Image: The largest number of allotments had taken place during the tenure of UPA-I when former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was in charge of the ministry of coal for much of the time. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters. The September 24 decision of the Supreme Court of India to cancel the ...
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