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Monday, May 18, 2009

எங்க நிலமையை பார்த்தீங்களா

14 Comments:

மஞ்சள் ஜட்டி said...

பேசாம சித்தியோட சேர்ந்துகிட்டு "ராடன்" கம்பெனிய ஒழுங்கா நடத்தலாம்...இவருக்கு எதுக்கு கட்சி, அரசியல்.??

ஒ..சாரி....ராடான் கம்பெனியில சித்தியோட முன்னாள் புருஷன் "வெள்ளைக்காரன்" ஷேர் இருக்கோ?

சித்தப்பா !! பேசாம நடிகர் சங்க தலைவராவே இருந்துடுங்க...மனசுக்கு ஆறுதலா இருக்கும்...

Krish said...

கொங்கு பேரவை கூட பரவால்ல... சரத் நிலைமை ரொம்ப மோசம்

Baski said...

No comments about L.Ganesan. He is always useless.

Eppadi irundha "sarathkumar" ippadi aaitaaru..! :-(

UMA said...

சரத் எப்பவுமே இப்படித்தான்.

SathyaRam said...

does anyone know how much DMDK got in Vridachalam assembgly segment of Cuddalore seat?

idlyvadai- you have source for everything. so you can definitely tell

Anonymous said...

சரத்குமார் கட்சி,கார்த்திக் கட்சி,விஜய டிஆர் கட்சி,மமக போன்றவற்றை கலைத்தால்
அரசியலில் காமெடி கொஞ்சம் குறையும்.பாஜக தமிழ்நாட்டில் விஜயகாந்த கட்சியில் ஐக்கியமாகிவிடலாம்.இல.கணேசன்
நகராட்சி கவுன்சிலராக முடியும்.
மதிமுகவில் நாஞ்சில் சம்பத்,வைகோ என்ற இரண்டு பேரைத்தவிர பிறரை இழுக்க திமுக முயலும்.

Anonymous said...

பேசாம நக்மவ கட்சி பொது செயலாளர் ஆக்கிடுங்க

தூத்துக்குடி தமிழன் said...

இவனுகல்லாம் சாதி வெறியணுக ..............

See this........
ராடான் ஆ அப்படியே திருப்பி போடுங்க.......
RADAAN < == > NAADAR.

மக்கள் சரியான தீர்ப்பு சொல்லிட்டாங்க ........

Long Live Democracy.........

UMA said...

Virudhachalam:
total-175760
polled-132605
azhakiri-cong-57277
sampath-admk-53875
damotharan-dmdk-13914

UMA said...

DMDK :
panrutti-21996,
thittakudi-13576,
neyveli-16335,
vridhachalam-13914,
caddalore-13567,
kurinjipadi-13773

UMA said...

Tiger leader Prabhakaran killed: Lanka army sources
18 May 2009, 1317 hrs IST, AFP

COLOMBO: The leader of Sri Lanka's Tamil Tigers, Velupillai Prabhakaran, was shot dead on Monday while trying to flee advancing troops, defence officials said.

Prabhakaran was in a small convoy of a van and ambulance along with several close aides which tried to drive out of the battle zone, but was attacked and killed, the senior defence ministry official said.

"He was killed with two others inside the vehicle. There will be a formal announcement later," the official said on condition he not be named.

"When the troops opened fire, the van tried to get away, but it was also hit," said another high-level source from the military. "The vehicle caught fire."

The defence ministry said the rebels' leadership was decimated, heralding an end to their decades-old battle to carve out an independent ethnic homeland in the north of the island.

Troops also found the bodies of Prabhakaran's 24-year-old son Charles Anthony, the group's political wing leader B. Nadesan, and the head of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) Peace Secretariat, S Pulideevan.

Also reportedly found dead were the LTTE's police chief Ilango, its eastern leader, S Ramesh, and deputy intelligence chief Kapil Amman.

In a dramatic announcement, the guerrillas acknowledged Sunday that their decades-old battle for an independent ethnic homeland had reached its "bitter end" -- signalling Asia's longest running civil war was all but over.

The separatist rebels were once one of the world's most feared guerrilla armies, and ran a de facto mini-state spanning a third of the island before the government began a major offensive two years ago.

"We have decided to silence our guns. Our only regrets are for the lives lost and that we could not hold out for longer," Selvarasa Pathmanathan, the Tigers' chief of international relations, said in a statement.

But his appeals for peace talks -- rather than a surrender -- were flatly rejected by the government, and the defence ministry said soldiers were being sent in to crush the diehard remnants and recapture "every inch of land."

Sri Lanka's hawkish president, Mahinda Rajapaksa, will open a new session of parliament on Tuesday with an address that will officially mark the ending of the war.

The conflict has left more than 70,000 dead from pitched battles, suicide attacks, bomb strikes and assassinations. The LTTE emerged in the 1970s, with all-out war breaking out in the early 1980s.

The capital Colombo, which has been frequently hit by Tiger suicide attacks over the past quarter century, saw street celebrations which lasted well into Sunday night.

Authorities have been determined to capture, kill or recover Prabhakaran's body amid fears his escape may lead to an attempt to rebuild the LTTE and usher in a new cycle of violence.

The Sri Lankan government's moment of triumph has also come at the cost of thousands of innocent lives lost in indiscriminate shelling, according to the United Nations. The UN's rights body now wants a war crimes probe.

The International Committee of the Red Cross, the only neutral organisation that has been allowed to work in the war zone, has for its part described "an unimaginable humanitarian catastrophe."

But Sri Lanka has shrugged off the international pressure.

"There was no bloodbath as some people feared," human rights minister Mahinda Samarasinghe told reporters. "Everybody has come out safely and they are being looked after by the government."

Anonymous said...

NDTV latest update paakalaya..."பிரபாகரன் மரணம் "

கலைக்கோவன் said...

தே.மு.தி.க
விருத்தாசலம் மற்றும் பண்ருட்டியில்
சறுக்கியிருந்தாலும்
கடலூர் மற்றும் குறிஞ்சிபாடியில்
இந்த முறை கொஞ்சம் கூடுதல்
வாக்குக்களை பெற்றிருக்கிறது.

Siraj-Kuwait said...

சரத், கார்த்திக், T. ராஜேந்தர், இவங்களலாம் சேர்ந்து.."அரசியலில் தேராத சினிமாக்காரர்கள் கட்சி" என ஒரு கட்சியை ஆரம்பிக்கலாம்.