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Jayalalithaa is back as CM, the question is for how long
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Jayalalithaa is back as CM, the question is for how long

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam supporters perform milk abhishekam to a poster of party general secretary J Jayalalithaa, in Madurai. Photograph: PTI Photo Even as an enthused AIADMK cadre celebrate their Amma’s return, if the Supreme Court stays the Karnataka high court judgment in the disproportionate assets case, Jayalalithaa may once again lose her chief ministership. R Ramasubramanian reports from Chennai. Jayalalithaa Jayaram, 67, on Saturday took over as the chief ... Rediff.com, 6 days ago

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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 ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Jayalalithaa's wait for judicial redress just got longer  Rediff.com2 months ago For Jayalalithaa, the ball is in Karnataka's court  Rediff.com6 days ago The return of Amma: Will Karnataka play party pooper?  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Did Karnataka shy away from 'fixing' Amma?

Karnataka would have served no useful purpose by initiating a sensitive legal move in a sensational case, where its locus standi might have been confined to appealing against the high court verdict and not extend to a demand for stay of its application. N Sathiya Moorthy explains. Even as the ruling All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam braces up for a chief ministerial change in native Tamil Nadu, questions are being asked about the reason(s), if any, behind the ...
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Land bill: Cong says 'NO' to amendments; passage of bill unlikely

A deadlock has been averted in the parliament, for now, with the land acquisition bill being sent to a joint committee of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. However, the bill is unlikely to have a smooth passage in the committee with the Congress party making it clear that “there is no compromise on the land bill, whatever the amendment.” Several other parties that are not allies of the National Democratic Alliance, too, have are opposed to several clauses in the bill. The NDA has ...
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Jaya 'acquittal maths' keeps TN political pot boiling even more

And in the midst of it all, Jayalalithaa keeps the guessing game going, on her returning as chief minister and on calling for early assembly polls, says N Sathiya Moorthy. Overnight -- and literally so -- the ruling All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam camp in Tamil Nadu has become sobre and sombre, after a day full of celebrations on the Karnataka high court acquitting party supremo and former chief minister Jayalalithaa in the ‘wealth case’. Likewise, the despair and ...
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Jaya verdict forces Opposition to prioritise enemies

A woman walks past a portrait of Jayalalithaa in Chennai. Photograph: Babu/ Reuters A shell shocked opposition in general and the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam in particular in Tamil Nadu are finding it difficult to come to grips with the verdict in the disproportionate assets corruption case against All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam General Secretary J Jayalalithaa, says R Ramasubramanian.  After Justice C R Kumarasami of the Karnataka high court absolved J Jayalalithaa and three ...
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'Jayalalithaa's acquittal is a bad omen for the entire country'

'I expect her to become chief minister and then announce the dissolution of the assembly in a month or two'  'It is not a victory for the people of India' Supporters of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa wear masks as they gesture in Chennai. Photograph: Babu/Reuters The Karnataka high court on Monday pronounced its verdict in the former Tamil Nadu chief minister, J Jayalalithaa’s disproportionate assets case, and she has been acquitted of all charges, trouncing the ...
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Will Jaya order fresh polls to neutralise a DMK stunned by her acquittal?

The moot point is if a re-energised Jayalalitha will order snap polls when the Opposition is in disarray and her own political starts are on the rise, says N Sathiya Moorthy. In a sensational verdict with far-reaching political consequences for neighbouring Tamil Nadu, Justice C R Kumarawamy of the Karnataka high court acquitted former TN chief minister Jayalalithaa of all charges in the ‘disproportionate assets case’. The court also acquitted her three co-accused. The verdict has ...
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Why are Tamil Nadu government employees committing suicide?

Constant harassment and pressure to accept bribes has left employees of the Tamil Nadu administration disillusioned, reports R Ramasubramanian from Chennai. The sudden incidents of suicides among employees of the Tamil Nadu administration has become a cause of concern. With four suicides in less than three months, and an equal number of attempts during the same period, the situation does look grave.  It began with the suicide of a senior agriculture department engineer in Tirunelveli ...
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