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Jayalalithaa's wait for judicial redress just got longer
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Jayalalithaa's wait for judicial redress just got longer

The high court verdict on AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa’s disproportionate assets conviction appeal just got delayed. N Sathiya Moorthy traces the course of the 18-year-old case. With the Supreme Court adjourning the hearing on the twin petitions filed by Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam general secretary K Anbazhagan to March 24, the Karnataka high court might have to wait for more time before pronouncing the verdict on the appeal filed by former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa against her ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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SHOCKING! Amma fan crucifies self for her return as CM

A supporter of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham chief J Jayalalithaa on Monday crucified himself to demand the leader’s return as Tamil Nadu chief minister.   Shihan Hussaini, a well known Karate expert in the city had a strange way of urging Jayalalithaa to come back to power. He nailed himself to a cross and remained on it for 6.7 minutes. The duration of the act was designed to mark the former CM’s upcoming 67th birthday on Tuesday. Jayalalithaa quit her office last ...
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Farmer's suicide may strangle land Bill

The Opposition is closing ranks to put the government on the mat A farmer’s suicide at Jantar Mantar, a stone’s throw away from Parliament, has queered the pitch for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s land acquisition Bill. With the death of Gajendra Singh of Dausa (Rajasthan), political calculations have gone awry for the National Democratic Alliance government early in its tenure. Sensing the enormity of the incident, Home Minister Rajnath Singh spoke to the Delhi police chief ...
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Why AIADMK is in a catch-22 situation

The AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu doesn’t really want to antagonize Karnataka in any way that could have any sort of bearing on the case against party chief Jayalalithaa. However, it is under pressure back home over backing a farmers’ bandh call against check dams being proposed by the neighbouring state. Rediff.com contributor R Ramasubramanian reports. The ruling All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam is in a tight spot over whether it should support a statewide shutdown ...
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Meet Tiruchi Siva, the MP behind the transgender rights bill

  ‘It is a great privilege that after 1970 this is the first private bill that has been passed by Parliament. The bill was supported across party lines and I am very happy with the result,’ says DMK MP Tiruchi Siva whose private member bill was passed by the Rajya Sabha, the first in 46 years. The Rajya Sabha on April 24 passed the ‘Rights of Transgender Persons bill-2014’. This bill was moved by Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam MP Tiruchi Siva. The Rajya Sabha created ...
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GST moved in Lok Sabha amid stiff resistance

 The long-pending Goods and Services Tax Bill was on Friday moved in the Lok Sabha for consideration amid stiff resistance by several Opposition parties, even as Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said it is a ‘win-win’ measure and states have nothing to fear. Members of Congress, led by Sonia Gandhi, along with those of Trinamool Congress, Left and Nationalist Congress Party staged a walk out after their plea for referring the Constitution Amendment Bill to the Standing Committee ...
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Giriraj Singh apologises for remarks against Sonia in Lok Sabha

Giriraj Singh expressed regret over his racist comments on Congress president Sonia Gandhi in Lok Sabha. Photograph: PTI Congress on Monday raked up the issue of Union minister Giriraj Singh’s remarks against party president Sonia Gandhi in the Lok Sabha, forcing the senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader to regret his statement. As soon as the House met for the day, Congress members raked up Singh’s remarks against Gandhi, terming it as an attack on womanhood. Leader of Congress in ...
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AAP flexes its muscles in TN but its fights are directionless

Without a strong regional leadership the Aam Aadmi Party in Tamil Nadu may end up as just another political party in the state, says R Ramasubramanian. At a time when the main opposition party in Tamil Nadu, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, is uninterested in street fights with the ruling All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, ferocious protests by the Aam Aadmi Party in the state are puzzling. Over 50 Aam Aadmi Party workers, including nearly 10 women, barged into and sat on a dharna at the ...
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Why Jaya has not stepped out of her house for five months

Five months since her conviction by a Karnataka court and being forced to step down as Tamil Nadu CM, Jayalalithaa has not been out of her house. However, she continues to run the Tamil Nadu government with the help of a few retired bureaucrats reports R Ramasubramanian. On Wednesday, the former chief minister of Tamil Nadu J Jayalalithaa completed five months of self-imposed exile at her posh Poes Garden residence in Chennai.  Jayalalithaa has not left her home since October 18, 2014, ...
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Stalin, Tamil Nadu's own Prince Charles

In Tamil Nadu politics, Stalin is often compared to Prince Charles of England, the perennial crown prince anointed to be king one day, but whose time has still not come. Will the 2016 assembly election be his to lead the DMK in? In the case of an electoral alliance, prospective allies would rather accept M Karunanidhi, the war veteran and elder statesman as their leader. It’s more about the age factor, and personal egos of parties. Stalin may then have to wait, at least in the ...
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