Thursday, March 17, 2011

Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections 2011 - Latest Updates

Visit this page for the latest political news of Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections. Last Updated: 10:00 PM IST, 2nd May
Exit Poll  - Headlines Today-ORG Poll
Even though Election Commission has banned publishing of exit polls till May 12th, India today on their website published an exit poll...
Salient Features - Neck to neck fight in Tamil Nadu... This exit poll predicts DMK lead ministry in Tamil Nadu, UDF led government in Kerala and hang assembly in Assam.Read more here
UPA Committed to Sethusamudram Project
Assuring his commitment to Sethusamudram project and Tirupur woes, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday sought a fresh mandate to DMK-Congress combine, praising Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi's visionary leadership. Continue Reading
I am not corrupt -Jayalalitha to NDTV

Vijayakanth Stays Away from Jayalalitha's rally
In a major setback to AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa, key ally and DMDK chief Vijayakanth today skipped a joint rally in Coimbatore. Continue Reading

List of Constituencies and Candidates for Tamil Nadu elections
please visit http://myneta.info/tamilnadu2011/

TNCC president K V Thangkabalu to contest from Mylapore
Tamil Nadu Congress committee president K V Thangkabalu to contest from Mylapore on Congress(I) ticket after his wife Jayanthi Thangkabalu filing was rejected due to incomplete documentation. Apparently this has miffed congress party workers who allege that Mr.Thangkabalu used back door entry to contest TN polls.

MDMK not to contest assembly polls
In a shocking development, MDMK decides not to contest assembly elections in Tamil Nadu,Puducherry. MDMK leader Vaiko ran out of options as AIADMK offered only 13 seats after all the coalitions were formed. Vaiko is going to find it hard to keep the party together after this.





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