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M K Alagiri

‘Stalin Can't Become CM’: TN Minister Takes Dig At DMK Chief, Cites MK Alagiri’s Remarks

Jan 04, 2021 PTI

Tamil Nadu cabinet minister S P Velumani took a jibe at M K Stalin by saying that the latter's elder brother M K Alagiri himself has said that Stalin can never become the Chief Minister of the state.

Alagiri Using BJP Bait To Strike A Deal With DMK

Nov 17, 2020 G.C. Shekhar

Alagiri has been dangling threats of floating his own party in an attempt to strike a deal with Stalin ahead of state assembly polls due next year.


Karunanidhi’s Son Alagiri Likely To Form Political Outfit, Join BJP-Led Alliance

Ahead of the 2021 Assembly polls in Tamil Nadu, an alliance with Alagiri may give shape to a broader political front in the state.

How Donald Trump, EPS, Expelled Leader M.K. Alagiri Became ‘DMK Members’

Sep 24, 2020 G.C. Shekhar

DMK's online enrolment becomes a farce after pranksters exploit loopholes


M K Alagiri Leads Rally To Karunanidhi's Mausoleum At Marina Beach

The former Union minister's loyalists, including Madurai-based P M Mannan, are taking part in the rally.

30 August, 2018

Ready To Accept Stalin As Leader, If Taken Back In DMK, Says M.K. Alagiri

Outlook Web Bureau

Alagiri was expelled from the DMK by Karunanidhi for anti-party activities.


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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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