Friday, 24 June, 2022
TopicMK Stalin

Topic: MK Stalin

Out in heavy rains for relief work, breaking temple caste barriers — Stalin’s 1st year as CM

Saturday marks one year of DMK assuming office in TN. Stalin has fashioned himself into a 'People's CM', and has also emerged as one of the non-BJP CMs uniting against Modi govt.

Some MPs have hidden talent while KCR & Stalin are more concerned about their ‘Hindi image’

Many top-ranked officials from Europe, US, UK, China, Nepal and Sri Lanka are making a beeline for India ignoring the scorching heat. How has India become so important?

Not Mamata, not KCR, not Stalin — few opposition leaders have congratulated Kejriwal for AAP win

Pinarayi Vijayan, Naveen Patnaik, Hemant Soren also have not sent messages to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. Exceptions are NCP chief Sharad Pawar, Congress’ Tharoor and Milind Deora.

NEET to temples, Stalin’s Tamil Nadu has a new social justice formula — Mandal plus market

Stalin can perhaps sense the opposition void in the north where politics has been reduced to Hindu-Muslim binary. The DMK leader has taken the social justice baton.

India has two kinds of chief ministers. Regional stars, and BJP-Congress pick-and-throw

Kejriwal, Stalin, Jagan, Mamata are the karta dhartas of regional parties. While CMs of BJP and Congress are at the mercy of moody high command.

AIADMK, BJP stage walkout as TN Assembly adopts resolution against Centre’s farm laws

When the house convened Saturday, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin piloted the resolution, calling for withdrawal of the three farm laws and sought it to be adopted unanimously.

DMK govt appoints trained aspirants of all castes as temple priests in Tamil Nadu

CM MK Stalin handed over appointment orders of the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department to 75 people, marking appointments to 208 positions under various categories.

SubscriberWrites: Can DMK replace Congress as the liberal party of India

While the present ruling party’s love affair with conservatism has just begun, the void for a truly liberal party in national politics has widened with the fall of Congress, writes Balaji Alagurajan.

‘Will start work’, reiterates Karnataka CM amid row over Mekedatu project with Tamil Nadu

The Mekedatu reservoir project is proposed to be built at a deep gorge situated at the confluence of river Cauvery and its tributary Arkavathi in Karnataka’s Ramanagara.

Resolutions against farm laws, CAA will be adopted in Tamil Nadu Assembly, says MK Stalin

Tamil Nadu govt has made a clear decision to pass a resolution seeking the withdrawal of these three farm laws reflecting the feelings of farmers across the country, Stalin added.

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Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray addressing the public Wednesday | Twitter @OfficeofUT

Shiv Sena witnessing political Waterloo, just like JD(S), BSP, SP

Like after the Congress split during Indira Gandhi’s tenure, the Shiv Sena might also emerge as renewed party with a new leader.
Representational image for wheat | Photo: Bloomberg

Not just supply snags, high energy prices also factor behind global ‘cost-of-living’ crisis

Global food prices surged by 28% in 2021 compared to year before — highest in a decade, according to UN estimates. By May 2022, food prices were 60% higher compared to 2020.


Richard Marles in New Delhi Thursday | Photo: Nayanima Basu | ThePrint

China a relationship & anxiety, we need to deal with it together, Australia Dy PM tells India

Australian Dy PM Marles says China is largest trading partner & biggest security anxiety for both India and Australia and stresses on need for greater alignment between the two democracies.

With Agnipath, Modi govt’s shock & awe doctrine may have misfired a vital reform, yet again

Modi govt's biggest flaw has been its disinclination to accept limitations of electoral majorities. This ruined land acquisition and farm reform, stalled labour codes.