Centre’s interference in Tamil Nadu politics undermines integrity of Indian Union, reflects a deeper malaise
An assault on the federal structure by incursion on Tamil Nadu's rights and affairs by the Centre in an assault on the unity of the Indian Union itself.
Vidyasagar Rao's role in Tamil Nadu's turmoil shows that the office of the governor is an example of an anti-people undemocratic relic from the British rule
Sasikala convicted: E Palanisamy must rise to the occasion or Tamil Nadu will be governed from prison
What Tamil Nadu needs is a little TLC and a great deal of governance. For one, it is vital that the spanking new Chief Minister Edappadi Palaniswami rises to the occasion.
News outlets lapped up the news of the Supreme Court convicting AIADMK general secretary VK Sasikala in the disproportionate assets case on Tuesday, giving it the coverage it deserved
In fact, more than the Supreme Court verdict, Sasikala & Co face an un assailable charge from which no court or fort can extricate them: the popular belief among party cadre and Jayalalithaa admirers that it was this grisly gang that caused their ‘dear Amma’ much bad name all through.
Sasikala loyalist Edappady K Palaniswami was on Tuesday elected as Legislature Party Leader following the conviction of the AIADMK general secretary, who sacked rebel leader O Panneerselvam from the party's primary membership.
Sasikala case verdict: Neither Paneerselvam nor Palanisamy has aura of Amma; expect turbulence for AIADMK
Palanisamy is still an untested quantity. He will need to prove himself. Being Sasikala’s proxy is not certainly the same as being Jayalalithaa’s. Neither has the force of personality