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  • Delhi Police To Travel To Tamil Nadu With TTV Dinakaran

    Delhi Police To Travel To Tamil Nadu With TTV Dinakaran

    A Delhi Police team will travel to Tamil Nadu with arrested AIADMK (Amma) leader TTV Dinakaran and his aide to gather details about "illegal channels" used for transferring money from Chennai to Delhi.

  • AIADMK's Dinakaran Arrested Close To Midnight, VK Sasikala's Posters Come Down

    AIADMK's Dinakaran Arrested Close To Midnight, VK Sasikala's Posters Come Down

    Banners of VK Sasikala, the chief of Tamil Nadus ruling AIADMK, were removed from the partys main office in Chennai hours after her nephew and deputy TTV Dinakaran was arrested in Delhi close to midnight on Tuesday.

  • AIADMK's TTV Dinakaran Arrested At Midnight After 4 Days Of Questioning

    AIADMK's TTV Dinakaran Arrested At Midnight After 4 Days Of Questioning

    TTV Dinakaran, the deputy chief of Tamil Nadu's ruling party the AIADMK, was arrested by the Delhi Police close to midnight on Tuesday. Mr Dinakaran, who was questioned by the Crime Branch of the Delhi Police in the national capital for four consecutive days, is accused of attempting to bribe Election Commission officials to allot his faction of th...

  • Stayzilla Founder Yogendra Vasupal, Whose Arrest Angered Tech Titans, Finally Gets Bail

    Stayzilla Founder Yogendra Vasupal, Whose Arrest Angered Tech Titans, Finally Gets Bail

    Stayzilla co-founder Yogendra Vasupal, popularly known as Yogi, has been granted bail today in Chennai, nearly a month after he was arrested in a manner which provoked protest by India's biggest tech bosses. They had written an open letter to the government, declaring that the treatment of Mr Vasupal, who is 34, makes "India look like the worst pla...

  • Stayzilla Founder Yogendra Vasupal, Arrested On March 14, Refused Bail In Chennai

    Stayzilla Founder Yogendra Vasupal, Arrested On March 14, Refused Bail In Chennai

    Stayzilla founder Yogendra "Yogi" Vasupal was denied bail in Chennai on Thursday, allegedly because the police has evidence of him threatening the vendor whose complaint landed him in jail.

  • Bail Plea Of Travel Startup Stayzilla CEO Yogendra Vasupal Rejected

    Bail Plea Of Travel Startup Stayzilla CEO Yogendra Vasupal Rejected

    A special court today dismissed the bail plea of Yogendra Vasupal, co-founder of online home stay aggregator Stayzilla who was arrested on charges of cheating and criminal intimidation.

  • Stayzilla Owner Yogendra Vasupal's Arrest Provokes Strong Letter From Tech Bosses To Home Minister

    Stayzilla Owner Yogendra Vasupal's Arrest Provokes Strong Letter From Tech Bosses To Home Minister

    India's biggest tech titans have written to Home Minister Rajnath Singh against the manner in which the owner of Chennai-based start-up Stayzilla has been arrested and treated. "What Yogi and his family are going through now make India look like the worst place, a nightmarish choice to become an entrepreneur," says the letter, signed by 73 tech bos...

  • Jayalalithaa's Illness And Death: What the Reports From AIIMS Say

    Jayalalithaa's Illness And Death: What the Reports From AIIMS Say

    J Jayalalitha suffered a massive cardiac arrest on the evening of December 4, 2016, and never recovered, said a medical report released by Delhi's All India Institute of Medical Sciences, which had sent a team of experts to Chennai to treat the former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister.

  • 5.5 Crores Hospital Bill For Jayalalithaa: 10 Big Reveals By Doctors

    5.5 Crores Hospital Bill For Jayalalithaa: 10 Big Reveals By Doctors

    Two months after J Jayalalithaa died in a Chennai hospital, doctors who treated her have shared details about the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister's treatment in hospital and her death. The team of doctors from Apollo hospital and Dr Richard Beale, a lung specialist from Britain on Monday said they wanted to "dispel the rumours" that have swirled in the a...

  • 'It Was A Witnessed Cardiac Arrest,' Say Jayalalithaa's Doctors

    'It Was A Witnessed Cardiac Arrest,' Say Jayalalithaa's Doctors

    J Jayalalithaa communicated in sign language and was responding and communicating for several days before she collapsed after a cardiac arrest, Chennai's Apollo hospital said today, speaking for the first time on the former Chief Minister's death in December in an attempt to "dispel rumours".

  • Apollo Hospital On Ex-Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's Treatment: Highlights

    Apollo Hospital On Ex-Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's Treatment: Highlights

    Former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa, 68, died at 11.30 on December 5, after a huge cardiac arrest the day before. The former chief minister was buried with full state honours in a sandalwood casket next to the memorial of her mentor, MG Ramachandran or MGR at Chennai's Marina Beach.

  • Jayalalithaa Died At 68 After Over Two Months In Hospital

    Jayalalithaa Died At 68 After Over Two Months In Hospital

    An era ended as J Jayalalithaa was lowered into the ground in a sandalwood casket next to the memorial of her mentor, MG Ramachandran or MGR at Chennai's Marina Beach on Tuesday evening. Last rites were performed by the politician's long-time companion Sasikala Natarajan, who also received the national flag that had draped Ms Jayalalithaa's body. T...

  • Jayalalithaa's Demise Has Left A Huge Void In Indian Politics: PM Narendra Modi

    Jayalalithaa's Demise Has Left A Huge Void In Indian Politics: PM Narendra Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who enjoyed a good personal equation with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, tonight expressed deep sadness over her demise and said it has left "a huge void in Indianpolitics".

  • Jayalalithaa's Body At Rajaji Hall, Thousands Pay Tribute: 10 Updates

    Jayalalithaa's Body At Rajaji Hall, Thousands Pay Tribute: 10 Updates

    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, one of the country's most powerful and popular politicians, has died at Chennai's Apollo Hospital, where she was admitted since September 22. The 68-year-old leader died at 11:30 pm on Monday, a day after she had a massive cardiac arrest, the hospital said in a statement.

  • Jayalalithaa, Tamil Nadu's Puratchi Thalaivi, Was Always In The Spotlight

    Jayalalithaa, Tamil Nadu's Puratchi Thalaivi, Was Always In The Spotlight

    J Jayalalithaa, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and one of the most powerful women politicians the country has ever had, died on Monday in a Chennai hospital. She was 68. The chief minister had a cardiac arrest on Sunday evening, hours after her party the AIADMK said that doctors from Delhi's All India Institute of Medical Sciences or AIIMS had declared ...

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