TN leaders should participate in each others functions: Stalin

DMK Leader MK Stalin, who has been inviting various political leaders for the wedding of his brother's son, Tuesday said politicians of Tamil Nadu should also follow the practice in North India of attending family functions irrespective of being an ally or from the opposition party.

DMK asks if PMK did enough to combat tobacco

In continuing war of words, DMK on Thursday asked if PMK leader Anbumani Ramadoss had taken action to halt tobacco production while the latter reiterated his demand for an open debate with DMK leader M K Stalin on development politics.

Any possible alliance with DMDK will be announced by DMK chief

DMK treasurer MK Stalin on Saturday said any decision on the posibility of forging alliance with Vijayakanth-led DMDK would be announced by party chief M Karunanidhi.

DMK slams AIADMK, alleges ministers have become 'extortionists'

In a scathing criticism of the ruling AIADMK regime on all fronts, DMK top leader M K Stalin on Saturday alleged that Ministers of Chief Minister O Panneerselvam's Cabinet had turned into "extortionists" and charged that Tamil Nadu was in the "Intensive Care Unit".

Stalin slams BJP, AIADMK over Land Bill

DMK leader MK Stalin on Tuesday slammed the NDA government at the Centre for re-promulgating the land ordinance with the help of anti-farmer parties like AIADMK and asked whether it was in a hurry to push through amendments to 'payback' the corporates who funded BJP's election campaign.

DMK lends support to agitating govt teachers

Extending support to agitating teachers of government run schools who have been pressing for a charter of demands, including upward pay revision, DMK leader M K Stalin on Monday urged the state government to hold talks with them and address their grievances.

DMK leader bats for net neutrality

Batting for net neutrality, DMK Treasurer MK Stalin on Monday said any move to allow telecom companies to give preferential access to websites would go against the concept of equality.

DMK hits out at AP over encounter, seeks probe by judge

 Accusing the Andhra Pradesh government of wrongly using its powers, DMK leader MK Stalin on Wednesday termed as a blatant human rights violation the 'fake encounter' in which 20 people, many of them Tamils, were killed and demanded a judicial probe by a sitting judge.

DMK hits out at CM for raising "subjudice" 2G issue in House

DMK's top leader M K Stalin today criticised the AIADMK government for raising the "subjudice" 2G issue in the Assembly which had already disallowed taking up similar court issues.

Stalin condemns Sharad Yadav's sexist remarks

Taking exception to JD (U) leader Sharad Yadav's sexist remarks about South Indian women in the Rajya Sabha last week, DMK Treasurer M K Stalin on Tuesday said it was 'shameful' when politicians make 'derogatory' comments.

Reports of rift with Stalin a bundle of lies: Karunanidhi

Dismissing as a "bundle of lies" media reports about a rift between him and his son and party Treasurer M K Stalin, DMK Chief M Karunanidhi on Monday said such efforts aimed at writing off the party would not succeed.

Karuna, Anbazhagan,Stalin set to be re-elected for another term

The DMK's top three--president M Karunanidhi, General Secretary K Anbazhagan and Treasurer MK Stalin, are all set to be elected virtually unopposed for yet another term in their respective posts, with scores of district secretaries filing nominations for them.

DMK chief Karunanidhi's son MK Stalin denies rumours of his resignation from party​
DMK chief Karunanidhi's son MK Stalin denies rumours of his resignation from party​

MK Stalin, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) treasurer and party chief M Karunanidhi`s son on Sunday strongly denied rumours of his resignation from the party post saying 'news of his resignation is mere speculation'.   

TN Assembly witnesses acrimonious scenes

The Tamil Nadu Assembly on Monday witnessed enmasse eviction of DMK MLAs by marshals following an acrimonious exchange between arch rivals AIADMK and DMK over certain remarks made by MK Stalin against Chief Minister O Panneerselvam.

Modi switching to capitalist economy: Stalin

Taking a swipe at the economic policy of the Narendra Modi government, DMK leader MK Stalin on Sunday said the country is moving away from a mixed to a capitalist economy with corporate honchos appearing set to get a "bonanza of sorts" and the poor a "pittance".

'Appropriate action if DMK legislators violate members' rights'

Ahead of the start of the Assembly session on December 4, Chief Minister O Panneerselvam on Wednesday said DMK legislators would invite 'appropriate action' if they infringed the rights of other members and besmirched the dignity of the House.

Stalin hits out at Tamil Nadu CM's "cold war" jibe

DMK treasurer and party president M Karunanidhi's son MK Stalin on Tuesday asserted that his father would be the chief minister if his party was voted back to power in 2016 and hit out at CM O Panneerselvam for his comment that a 'cold war' was on between them.

CM Panneerselvam rubbishes Stalin's demand for assembly session

Rebuking DMK leader MK Stalin for demanding assembly session to discuss the issue of five Indian fishermen facing death row in Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam on Monday listed out his government's initiatives in this regard, saying the former's efforts to "fish in troubled waters" will not fructify.

Media read too much into meet with Stalin: Vaiko

Days after his meeting with DMK Treasurer MK Stalin triggered speculation about possible political realignment in Tamil Nadu ahead of 2016 Assembly polls, MDMK chief Vaiko on Sunday sought to downplay the development, saying too much was read into it.

Stalin- Vaiko meeting was to win over sentimental people: Atul Anjan

Expressing his dismay over parties patching up for political convenience, Communist Party of India (CPI) leader Atul Anjan on Thursday claimed that the meeting between DMK leader MK Stalin and MDMK founder Vaiko was simply an exercise to win over sentimental people.