Right-wing propaganda often fuels false outrage to target Dalits and their organisations
Tamil Nadu parties are past masters at election promises
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With promising a total of 23 seats to PMK, AIADMK has announced that the two parties shall work as allies for the upcoming elections
Sasikala’s re-entry could upset the AIADMK’s well-laid plans
Rahul makes a point on a solitary campaign path, as smaller parties in both the AIADMK and DMK alliances manoeuvre for better bargains
Political leaders, including DMK chief M K Stalin slammed the incident, the second such one in the state in recent months, after a statue of the rational...
Edappadi K. Palaniswami is seemingly growing in confidence as AIADMK leader in Tamil Nadu. He is also bridging the gap with the Centre
Focus on assembly bypolls instead of Lok Sabha polls paid off for the AIADMK
The exit polls may be projecting a discouraging outcome for the ruling AIADMK in the Lok Sabha elections, but the state government might not feel threatened...
Dhinakaran and a sex scandal threaten AIADMK’s chances in this summer’s parliamentary polls
Opposition is floundering in their bid to find a viable way to deny BJP the glory and halo of a ‘heroic’ cross-LoC strike.
With the PMK, DMDK and a few minor parties ready to join the alliance, EPS would actually be leading a muscular front that cannot be discounted easily in spite...
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The BJP badly needs allies, especially the AIADMK, to win a few seats in the land of Tamil nationalism
Five states. One UT. 130 seats. Crucial numbers these. PM Modi and BJP president Amit Shah are driving the saffron chariot into the BJP’s last frontier.
The Congress and the DMK make threatening noises, but the Tamil Nadu alliance is expected to survive them.
BJP ride won’t be easy along a terrain where regional identity forms the core of politics