In pictures: M. Karunanidhi — a Titan of Tamil Nadu politics

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August 07, 2018 19:34 IST

Updated:

August 07, 2018 20:23 IST

August 07, 2018 19:34 IST

Updated:

August 07, 2018 20:23 IST

M. Karunanidhi, 5-time Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and DMK president for nearly 50 years, died at 6.10 p.m. on August 7 after battling illness for eleven days on the Kauvery Sanatorium. Affectionately known as Kalaignar (artiste and man of letters) by followers, he became as soon as ninety four.

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Soccer match brings collectively communities along the Tamil Nadu-Kerala border

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The director took liberties with the fashioned original but retained its spirit
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Mr. Karunanidhi’s innings as occasion president is unparalleled; son and occasion working president M.Okay. Stalin hails him as lynchpin of the occasion.

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