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Teso wants India to stay away from CHOGM


Chennai: DMK president M. Karu­n­anidhi led TESO on Tuesday resolved to hold state wide demonstration on August 8 demanding the Centre to boycott the Commo­nwealth meeting slated to be held in Colomb

Teso resolution will be sent to UN: MK

DMK president M. Karunanidhi on Friday announced that the resolutions adopted at the Tamil Eelam Supporters’ Organisation (Teso) conference would be handed over to the United Nations.

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Karuna debuts on Twitter with teso comments


Not wanting to be left out in the hi-tech race, DMK patriarch M. Karunanidhi has joined the social media bandwagon to voice his views to the world.

Though he may be a trite delayed at the age of 89,

Tamils intimidated in Lanka, says MK


Resurrecting his long-defunct Teso (Tamil Eelam Supporters Organisation) at a well-attended rally here, DMK president M. Karunanidhi on Sunday called for ‘short, medium and long-term solutions’ to red

Teso meet may shift to party HQ


DMK president M Karunanidhi said he would shift the Teso conference to his party headquarters if he fails in getting judicial intervention against the city police commissioner’s denial of permission t

Karuna calls for solutions to Sri Lankan Tamils issue


DMK chief M. Karunanidhi on Sunday called for 'short, medium and long-term solutions' to address the various aspects of Sri Lankan Tamils issue.

HC permits holding of TESO meet


Bringing an eleventh hour relief to DMK chief M. Karunanidhi, the Madras High Court on Sunday permitted holding of the much-hyped pro-Eelam TESO meet called by him here this afternoon.

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No pressure from Centre, but will not buckle on Eelam: Karuna


DMK chief M. Karunanidhi on Monday said he was under no pressure from the Centre over the recently revived Tamil Eelam Supporters' Organisation, a pro-Sri Lankan Tamils outfit, but said a separate homeland for Tamils in the island nation might be a reality some day.

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