Days after AMMK leader TTV Dhinakaran said his party would consider aligning with the Congress if it walked out of the DMK-led alliance, the Tamil Nadu Congress Committee ruled out the possibility
TTV Dhinakaran cites technical hurdles in forming new political outfit, says party can function as AIADMK (Amma)
Sidelined AIADMK leader TTV Dhinakaran cited technical hurdles in forming a new political outfit and said there were no such difficulties in functioning as the AIADMK (Amma) if the court allowed them to use that name
TTV Dhinakaran supporters protest Kamal Haasan's comments on RK Nagar win, burn actor's pictures in Coimbatore
A group of lawyers owing allegiance to rebel AIADMK leader and newly elected MLA, TTV Dhinakaran, burnt some photographs of actor Kamal Haasan on Saturday, police said.
Tamil Nadu govt will fall in next three months, claims TTV Dhinakaran, says he represents 'real' AIADMK
Fresh from his victory in the RK Nagar by-election, TTV Dinakaran on Friday claimed that the fate of the AIADMK government will be sealed in the budget session of the Tamil Nadu Assembly in February-March
RK Nagar bypoll: Madras HC dismisses plea to disqualify AIADMK and DMK candidates over alleged electoral malpractices
The Madras High Court on Thursday dismissed as not maintainable a plea for disqualifying candidates of AIADMK and DMK and Independent TTV Dhinakaran in the RK Nagar Assembly by-poll
J Jayalalithaa's first death anniversary: Rival OPS-EPS, Dhinakaran factions take out separate rallies in Chennai today
The first death anniversary of the late AIADMK leader and former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa is being observed on Tuesday
EPS-OPS is the real AIADMK, EC gives camp 'two leaves' symbol: Verdict reminiscent of 1988 tussle between Jayalalithaa-Janaki
The entire drama as it unfolded since the death of Jayalalithaa, is reminiscent of how MG Ramachandran's widow Janaki Ramachandran and Jayalalithaa sparred to control AIADMK after his death in 1988
Veteran journalist R Mohan, general secretary of the Madras Union of Journalists (MUJ), died of cardiac arrest in Chennai on Sunday
Dhinakaran on Wednesday said a decision would soon be taken on the next course of action to ease out Chief Minister K Palaniswami from his post.
The combative Dhinakaran removed a number of senior party functionaries, including senior ministers, from various posts.
The factional war in the ruling AIADMK intensified on Thursday with Tamil Nadu Assembly speaker P Dhanapal issuing notice to 19 MLAs who had rebelled against chief minister K Palaniswami why they cannot be disqualified.
MLAs, owing allegiance to sidelined party leader TTV Dinakaran, told Governor Vidyasagar Rao on Tuesday that they don’t support the E Palaniswamy government.
The AIADMK group headed by TTV Dinakaran on Tuesday informed Governor CV Rao that it wants the Tamil Nadu chief minister to be changed
Party sources indicated that there may be a meeting at the party headquarters on Monday where decisions could be made by the Palaniswamy camp on the question of the "formal expulsion" of VK Sasikala
AIADMK's messy politics: Palaniswamy's merger move has checkmated Panneerselvam leaving him with few options
The times are changing in the AIADMK, that in the past few months has broken up into three factions, headed by chief minister Edappadi Palaniswamy, former chief minister O Panneerselvam and deputy general secretary TTV Dinakaran.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Wednesday accused Sasikala's nephew TTV Dinakaran of trying to capture power and the AIADMK organisation through the "backdoor" which, he said, will not succeed at any time.
With AIADMK (Amma) faction severing ties with TTV Dinakaran, the party's O Panneerselvam camp on Friday again demanded before the Election Commission to declare the posts of Sasikala Natarajan and Dinakaran as invalid in the AIADMK
AIADMK (Amma) Deputy General Secretary TTV Dinakaran on Wednesday dismissed allegations of special treatment for his aunt and party chief VK Sasikala in prison, asserting that she was being treated as per rules.
The next election in Tamil Nadu looks set to be fought between MK Stalin and Rajinikanth as the two chief ministerial aspirants.
Rival factions of ruling AIADMK, led by Chief Minister K Palaniswamy and his predecessor O Panneerselvam respectively hosted separate Iftar parties on Wednesday.