DMK

Instability in Tamil Nadu: BJP is the third at a table for two

R Sridhar Rao

The ADMK caught in the maelstrom of its warring factions has left the state without decisive leadership and allowed the BJP to take control. This political manoeuvring is a cause of much worry for the common Tamilian who has prospered because of the stability bipartisan politics brought them
R Sridhar Rao Nagapattinam

The sun sets for Sasikala?

Hardnews Bureau

The Supreme Court verdict convicting Chinamma also vindicates the cautious approach taken by Governor Vidyasagar Rao throughout the episode
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Jallikattu: Centre hopes to tame crisis by today or tomorrow

Truckers, actors and advocates join protests to demand lifting of ban on Jallikattu
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Stalin, Kanimozhi held for rail roko on Jallikattu

Chennai: Scores of DMK workers, including party Working President and Opposition leader M K Stalin, and senior leaders were arrested across the State when they staged a rail roko agitation in suppo

Assembly Elections: Key lessons to be learnt

These assembly election results have shown that introspection will no longer suffice for some parties, they need to make wholesale changes
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

No succour for the Left in West Bengal or the Congress in Assam

The BJP has wrested Assam from the Congress and opened its account in West Bengal, where the TMC has cemented its domination
Dhruba Basu Delhi 

Amma breaks the jinx, LDF turns the cycle

While anti-incumbency was a major factor in Kerala, in Tamil Nadu it was a non-factor
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

For the Winners, May is not a Cruel Month

Editorial Hardnews Bureau Delhi

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