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Jayalalithaa asks AIADMK supporters not to take extreme steps

Jayalalitha on Bail: Amma speaks of divine help

Former Chief Minister Jayalalitha, who is currently out on bail, once again appealed to her supporters on Saturday morning not to take extreme steps. She assured them that she will come out of all challenges with divine help, reported ... Emirates247, 6 minutes ago

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Koodankulam nuclear plant protesters seek Jaya's support

CHENNAI: The question of AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa opening her doors to an unlikely visitor could have a bearing on the future of the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Project. This visitor who is awaiting a nod for his visit to Poes Garden is the man ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago

Rajinikanth delighted to see Jayalalithaa back

Chennai: Happy to see Tamil Nadu's former chief minister J Jayalalithaa out from the jail, superstar Rajinikanth said that he is glad and is praying for her. In a letter written to the veteran politician, Rajinikanth said, "I am very glad to have ...
 PardaPhash5 days ago Rajinikanth says 'glad' to see Jayalalithaa back in her residence  Topnews.in5 days ago Rajnikanth says glad to see Amma back in Poes Garden  New Delhi Pioneer5 days ago Rajnikanth says 'glad' to see Jayalalithaa back in her residence  Zee News5 days ago
Indian Express

Ex-gratia to kin of those dead after Jaya conviction

AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa has announced cash relief of Rs. 3 lakh to the next of kin of the 193 people who died — out of shock or suicide — after she was jailed in the disproportionate assets case. The move, however, has come under attack ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago J Jayalalithaa relief of Rs 3 lakh for kin of supporters who died after verdict  Indian Express4 days ago Jaya relief for kin of supporters who died after verdict  Rediff.com4 days ago Jayalalithaa to Police: Thanks, hope I won't be back  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago
IndiaTV News

Neither rejoiced on Jayalalithaa being jailed nor regretted her securing bail: Karunanidhi

In his first significant remarks on the issue of his archrival AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa being convicted in a graft case, DMK President M Karunanidhi today claimed that he neither rejoiced over her being jailed nor did he regret about her securing ...
 Hindu Business Line5 days ago I did not rejoice at Jayalalithaa's imprisonment nor regretted her bail: Karunanidhi  DNA India5 days ago Crocodile enters irrigation channel; captured  Business Standard India5 days ago Neither rejoiced on Jaya being jailed nor regretted her securing bail: Karunanidhi  IndiaTV News5 days ago

Jayalalithaa back home

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa on the way to her residence in Chennai on Saturday after being released on bail from a Bangalore prison. Photo: S. Vijay Kumar Jayalalithaa arrived by a special ...
 The Hindu6 days ago

Is it remote control time again in Tamil Nadu?

While there is likely no bar on Jayalalithaa meeting with Chief Minister O Panneerselvam and his cabinet colleagues, she may not see senior government officials or see official files. By asking J Jayalalithaa to direct her All India Anna Dravida Munetra Kazhagam party cadres not to indulge in acts of violence while granting her bail, did the Supreme Court shift the responsibility of the state on the law and order front to an individual? While hearing Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago The Jayalalithaa Case: A Landmark in Reform  Mainstream2 weeks ago Political turmoil in Tamil Nadu worries business circles  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Loyal to the core, new Tamil Nadu CM refuses to use Jaya's office  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

No Deepavali greetings from AIADMK boss

Chennai, Oct 23 (TruthDive): AIADMK General Secretary J Jayalalithaa has not issued Deepavaligreetings this year. Ever since Jayalalithaa took charge as general secretary of AIADMK, she had been issuing Deepavaligreetings, wishing the public and her ...
 TruthDive1 day ago Jayalalithaa Returns to Rousing Reception  New Indian Express6 days ago Jayalalithaa returns to Chennai  Yahoo! India6 days ago Jaya re-elected unanimously as AIADMK general secretary  Rediff.com1 month ago

Jayalalithaa should punish forms of sycophancy

Jayalalithaa is a popular leader who enjoys enormous support in Tamil Nadu. As a progressive leader, she should have no truck with this practice and should take steps to end this trend. She is an able administrator and has done commendable work for the ...
 Hindustan Times2 days ago
India Today

Rajinikanth, Maneka express support to Jayalalithaa

Actor Rajinikanth and union minister Maneka Gandhi Sunday expressed their happiness at the return of AIADMK general secretary and former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa to her home in Chennai. "I am very glad to have you back in Poes ...
 India Today5 days ago Rajinikanth and Maneka Gandhi express support to Jayalalithaa  Business Standard5 days ago Chennai: Rajinikanth and Maneka Gandhi express support to Jayalalithaa  Mangalorean5 days ago
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