Chennai-Salem highway: Madras HC says necessary to 'allay all fears' of landowners in danger of being dispossessed for project
The Madras high court on Tuesday restrained the Centre and the Tamil Nadu government from dispossessing people of their lands to be acquired for the proposed eight-lane highway project between Salem and Chennai till further orders.
Monsoon Session of Parliament: Demand for population control law, concerns over Centre-state relations raised during Day 10 Zero Hour
A BJP member in Lok Sabha on Thursday asked the government to bring a population control law to ensure a two-child norm for a family.
Tamil Nadu govt announces train fare, Rs 1000 aid for NEET applicants who have centres outside state
A section of students, about 200 from Tamil Nadu, have been allotted centres in Kerala and Rajasthan to write NEET, according to the PMK.
DMK and PMK condemned the BJP-led Central government for "insulting" Tamil language by neglecting Tamil scholars for the presidential award of certificate of honour and Maharishi Badrayan Vyas Samman
Tamil Nadu chief minister K Palaniswamy was among the political leaders who greeted state governor-designate Banwarilal Purohit on Saturday
Nineteen-year-old Anita, who fought against the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) in Supreme Court, on Friday, committed suicide
The Tamil Nadu government should hang its head in shame over the death of two persons in a hospital in Vellore district due to the absence of doctors, PMK founder Anbumani Ramadoss said on Monday.
Opposition vice-presidential candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi has written to both factions of the AIADMK seeking their support for him.
Chief ministers of the states ruled by the BJP and its allies are likely to be present on 23 June when NDA pick Ram Nath Kovind file his nomination for the 17 July presidential election.
A Tamil Nadu fisherman was shot dead by the Sri Lankan Navy in the sea dividing the two countries. As India voiced "deep concern", Colombo promised a thorough probe.
Stalin compared the pro-jallikattu agitation of students at Marina beach to the anti-Hindi stir spearheaded by students in 1965 and hailed the demonstration as "historic"
Restructuring the party at lower levels, changing communication strategy to bottom-up approach while continuing with the decision to keep away from aligning with AIADMK or DMK till parliamentary polls is what the PMK is planning now, said a senior leader.
Besides the AIADMK and DMK fronts, there were three more players in the fray this time.
In the run up to the 2006 Assembly elections, culture of freebies touched a new high when the DMK announced free colour televisions.
Chennai- based designer Sreeram portrays politicians as characters from the popular film Minions
PMK has mounted a strong counter-attack with its "performance alone matters" slogan against DMK which has targeted its nominee and party's chief ministerial candidate Anbumani Ramadoss terming him as an "outsider".
The kin of several leaders are testing their fortunes in the 16 May assembly elections in Tamil Nadu
A tough fight is on the cards in Pennagaram constituency in Dharmapuri district, a stronghold of Vanniyars, in the 16 May Assembly polls in Tamil Nadu
Fighting the assembly polls on its own, PMK's Ramadoss is planning to shed the party's Vanniyar image by broad-basing its party
Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) chief ministerial candidate and Dharmapuri Lok Sabha MP Anbumani Ramadoss will contest from Pennagaram constituency which falls under his Parliamentary seat.