India.com brings you today's top five headlines from Tamil Nadu. Our newsmaker today is DMK, which
The DMK is keen to wrest power from arch-rival AIADMK in the state where it has been in opposition
According to a report, Alagiri has been in talks with the BJP about the possibility of being part
Kanimozhi and several others were detained after trying to march to Raj Bhavan, the Tamil Nadu
As many as four medical aspirants from Madurai, Ariyalur, Dharmapuri and Namakkal districts
Thanjavur MLA TKG Neelamegam is the latest DMK MLA to have tested positive for the infection.
The 3 MLAs are Vellore MLA P Karthikeyan, Ranipet MLA R Gandhi and Krishnagiri MLA T Senguttuvan.
A three-time MLA, Jairam Anbazhagan reportedly contracted the virus while he was distributing
The DMK leader's body was taken to his residence in Kizhpakkam from Apollo Hospital for public
The Chennai Police, last night, lathicharged anti-CAA protesters in the city's Washermanpet area.
Riding on its development agenda, the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party is set for a resounding
Replying to the DMK leader, Kishor, a former JD(U) leader said I-PAC's team in Tamil Nadu will help
Six key parties including the Trinamool Congress (TMC), Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Aam Aadmi Party
Counting of ballots for thousands of civic posts in 27 districts were held earlier this morning and
The Madras High Court had directed the authorities concerned to monitor the anti-CAA rally by DMK
The Supreme Court refused to interfere in Tamil Nadu local body elections after DMK counsel
In a statement, MK Stalin announced that a protest in all districts of Tamil Nadu against the CAB
The striking doctors in Tamil Nadu had announced that there will not examine any patients unless
Leaders of AIADMK, DMK, Congress and other parties campaigned for their own candidates as well as
Blaming the Tamil Nadu government for not willing to file a case in the alleged bribery in RK Nagar