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  • Supreme Court to Hear Karnataka's Plea Against Jayalalithaa's Acquittal

    Supreme Court to Hear Karnataka's Plea Against Jayalalithaa's Acquittal

    The Supreme Court will hear on November 23 the Karnataka government's plea challenging the state high court verdict acquitting Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa and three others in a corruption case.

  • Enforcement Directorate Challenges Discharge of Jayalalithaa Aide Sasikala in FERA Case

    Enforcement Directorate Challenges Discharge of Jayalalithaa Aide Sasikala in FERA Case

    The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has moved the Madras High Court challenging the discharge of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's close aide N Sasikala and her nephew TTV Dinakaran by a city court in two Foreign Exchange Regulations Act (FERA) cases.

  • Tamil Nadu to Get 5-Crore Bill From Karnataka for Jayalalithaa Case

    Tamil Nadu to Get 5-Crore Bill From Karnataka for Jayalalithaa Case

    The Karnataka government is sending over a bill of more than Rs. 5.11 crore to neighbour Tamil Nadu soon. That is what it has spent on conducting the trial of Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and three others in a corruption case over the last 12 years.

  • Jayalalithaa's Appeal Against Conviction Cannot be Heard Afresh, Says Supreme Court

    Jayalalithaa's Appeal Against Conviction Cannot be Heard Afresh, Says Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has ruled out a cancelling the ongoing hearing of the appeal by former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa against her conviction in the disproportionate assets case, which can happen if the appointment of the public prosecutor in the case is cancelled.

  • Supreme Court Refuses to Stay Hearing on Jayalalithaa's Plea on Assets Case

    Supreme Court Refuses to Stay Hearing on Jayalalithaa's Plea on Assets Case

    The Supreme Court today refused to stay the hearing before the Karnataka High Court on the appeal of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa against her conviction in the disproportionate assets case, saying that it would decide the plea of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) leader K Anbazhagan seeking removal of the public prosecutor.

  • AIADMK Chief Jayalalithaa Discharged From 18-Year-Old Tax Case

    AIADMK Chief Jayalalithaa Discharged From 18-Year-Old Tax Case

    In a relief to AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa, a Chennai court today discharged her from an 18-year old income tax return case, allowing withdrawal of prosecution by the I-T department consequent to acceptance of her compounding pleas by it.

  • Jayalalithaa Set For Relief From 18-Year-Old Income Tax Case

    Jayalalithaa Set For Relief From 18-Year-Old Income Tax Case

    AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa and her aide Sasikala Natarajan pay compounding fee and settle with Income Tax Department to get relief from 18-year-old case.

  • Centre Ready With Big Break for Jayalalithaa in Tax Case: Sources

    Centre Ready With Big Break for Jayalalithaa in Tax Case: Sources

    J Jayalalithaa, the former chief minister of Tamil Nadu who was recently released from jail in a corruption case, may be about to receive a break in another case.

  • In Jail, Jayalalithaa Opted for Curd Rice, Evening Walks, and No Visitors

    In Jail, Jayalalithaa Opted for Curd Rice, Evening Walks, and No Visitors

    Her three weeks as Prisoner 7402 saw former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, waking up early, poring over newspapers for several hours, eating curd rice for lunch, and taking a walk in the evening, according to jail officials.

  • On AIADMK's Birthday Today, Will Party Chief Jayalalithaa Get Bail?

    On AIADMK's Birthday Today, Will Party Chief Jayalalithaa Get Bail?

    The AIADMK is unlikely to celebrate its 43rd birthday today unless its chief J Jayalalithaa gets bail. The Supreme Court will today hear the bail petition of the former Tamil Nadu chief minister, who has been in a Bangalore jail for almost two weeks after she was convicted in a corruption case and sentenced to four years in jail.

  • Jayalalithaa to Move Supreme Court Against Rejection of Bail

    Jayalalithaa to Move Supreme Court Against Rejection of Bail

    J Jayalalithaa's lawyers have said they will move the Supreme Court against her bail plea being rejected on Tuesday by the Karnataka High Court. The former Tamil Nadu chief minister has been in jail for 10 days now, after being convicted and arrested in a corruption case.

  • How Jayalalithaa Used a Government Official for Her Land Deals

    How Jayalalithaa Used a Government Official for Her Land Deals

    Even as the AIADMK's vociferous protests against Jayalalithaa's conviction continue in Chennai and New Delhi, more damning details are emerging from the court order which found her guilty of Rs 53 crore of unexplained wealth.

  • The Former 'Bag Man' That Brought Down Jayalalithaa

    The Former 'Bag Man' That Brought Down Jayalalithaa

    Nearly 250 witnesses were brought to court by the prosecution to prove J Jayalalithaa had used the first of her three terms as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu to illegally acquire more than 50 crores worth of assets. One of them was crucial in proving the 18-year-old case against her, leading to a sentence of four years in jail for one of the most pow...

  • 8 Big Quotes From Court Order That Declared Jayalalithaa Guilty

    8 Big Quotes From Court Order That Declared Jayalalithaa Guilty

    J Jayalalithaa, one of the most powerful and popular politicians from Tamil Nadu, will spend at least another week in jail. The 66-year-old former Chief Minister's request for bail will be heard on Tuesday, the Karnataka High Court has decided. On Saturday, she was sentenced to four years in jail and fined Rs 100 crore. Jayalalithaa was arrested ...

  • Exclusive: The Money Trail That Nailed Jayalalithaa in Court

    Exclusive: The Money Trail That Nailed Jayalalithaa in Court

    Even as Jayalalithaa today challenged her conviction in a 1996 case of corruption, prosecutors claim that the paper trail of money provides clinching evidence that the former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister used unaccounted for cash to buy land worth huge amounts of money.

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