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Karunanidhi Laid To Rest At Marina After Court Battle, Lakhs Bid Adieu

Aug 08, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The 94-year-old leader had breathed his last at a hospital in Chennai after fighting for life for 11 days.


When Karunanidhi Helped Fund A School And Library In Mumbai

BJP MLA from Sion-Koliwada Assembly constituency in Mumbai Capt. R Tamil Selvan said Karunanidhi was among the "rare leaders who practiced what he preached".

United In Grief But Divided Later? Karunanidhi's Demise May Usher In A Political Flux In DMK And Tamil Nadu

Aug 08, 2018 Madhavan Narayanan

Karunanidhi was a famed orator and screenplay writer who built his party on the back of a Dravida upsurge and linguistic Tamil pride.


Karunanidhi To Be Buried Near Anna, Epitaph Says 'One Who Worked Without Rest, Will Rest Now'

The funeral procession of late DMK President M Karunanidhi will start at 4 p.m today and he will be laid to rest at Marina near the Anna memorial.

08 August, 2018

Karunanidhi Homage: 2 Dead, Several Injured In Stampede At Rajaji Hall In Chennai

Outlook Web Bureau

After the stampede, Karunanidh's son MK Stalin urged people to remain calm.


08 August, 2018

Kalaignar Had Confidence You Would Take Forward His Legacy: Sonia Gandhi Writes To Stalin

Outlook Web Bureau

Gandhi reminisced about her own experienced with the former CM whose party had allied with the Congress several times, saying he was like a "father figure" to her.


08 August, 2018

With Madras HC Verdict On Karunanidhi's Burial, Stalin Wins His First Battle For Appa

G.C. Shekhar

The Madras HC verdict comes as a shot in the arm for Stalin’s leadership and would strengthen his position as the chosen successor to Karunanidhi.


08 August, 2018

Delhi Conspired To Deny Anna His Rightful Place: Congress On Karunanidhi Burial Row

Outlook Web Bureau

Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala hit out at the Centre, questioning its silence on the matter.


08 August, 2018

Parliament Adjourned As Mark Of Respect To Karunanidhi

Outlook Web Bureau

Both Houses of Parliament wereadjourned for the day on Wednesday after paying obituary to DMK chief M Karunanidhi who died on Tuesday.


08 August, 2018

Stalin Breaks Down After Madras HC Allows Burial Of Karunanidhi At Marina Beach

Outlook Web Bureau

The DMK had moved the court last night after the AIADMK govt rejected its request for allowing the burial of Karunanidhi on the famed Marina sands.


08 August, 2018

Writer Par Excellence: Karunanidhi Wrote His Last Script For TV Serial At The Age Of 90

Outlook Web Bureau

As a teenager, he ran a handwritten magazine 'Manava Nesan' in 1941.


08 August, 2018

Karunanidhi's Native Village Grieves His Death

Outlook Web Bureau

The name 'Karunanidhi' is the pride of this tiny village and in his passing away, its residents feel that they have lost their identity.


08 August, 2018

Karunanidhi: The Poet of Progress

Salma

Kalaignar held writers to be the instruments of social change. As a writer himself, he wrote that change into the very fabric of society.


08 August, 2018

People Throng Rajaji Hall To Pay Last Respects To Karunanidhi

Outlook Web Bureau

Karunanidhi's body was earlier brought to the stately Rajaji Hall from his CIT Nagar residence for the public to pay homage to the former chief minister.


08 August, 2018

LIVE Updates | Karunanidhi Laid To Rest At Chennai's Marina Beach, Next To Anna Memorial

Outlook Web Bureau

The 94-year-old leader breathed his last at the Kauvery Hospital in downtown Chennai at 6.10 p.m after waging a grim battle for life for 11 days


08 August, 2018

Have Always Called You Thalaivare, Shall I Call You Appa Once?: MK Stalin Pens Emotional Note For Karunanidhi

Outlook Web Bureau

Stalin also quoted Karunanidhi's statement that the latter wanted to be written on his memorial, which read, "Here lies the person who worked relentlessly throughout his life."


08 August, 2018

Madras High Court Allows Karunanidhi Burial At Marina Beach

Outlook Web Bureau

The DMK moved the court hours after the state government announced its inability to allot burial space on the Marina beach citing legal hurdles.


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Bollywood actress Ananya Pandey arrives at the Narcotics Control Bureau office in Mumbai.

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Bollywood actor Chunky Pandey accompanying his daughter Ananya arrives at Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) office after a team of NCB raided her residence, in Mumbai.

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah conducts an aerial survey of flood and landslide affected areas of Uttarakhand following heavy rains.

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