Vk Sasikala Guilty Of Corruption

'Vk Sasikala Guilty Of Corruption' - 19 News Result(s)

  • 'Wasn't A Public Servant': From Jail, VK Sasikala Appeals Against Conviction
    India News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Aloke Tikku | Thursday May 4, 2017
    Days after her nephew TTV Dinakaran found himself behind bars in Delhi, AIADMK general secretary VK Sasikala is making a bid to get out of the Bengaluru jail where she is serving a four-year jail term. On Wednesday, Sasikala filed a review petition against her conviction by the Supreme Court that had hauled her off to jail in February, arguing that...
  • Next Door To VK Sasikala In Jail Is Cyanide Mallika, Doing Life For 6 Murders
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Arun Nair | Friday February 17, 2017
    A week ago, VK Sasikala was in Chennai and hoped to be Tamil Nadu chief minister. On Thursday, she watched the new chief minister, her loyalist E Palaniswami, take oath on TV from a Bengaluru prison with other inmates sitting around her. Among her prison mates, lodged in an adjacent cell, is Cyanide Mallika, who is accused of killing six women she ...
  • Sasikala Had A Rough Night, Says Party, Was Refused All Requests In Jail
    Tamil Nadu News | NDTV News Desk | Thursday February 16, 2017
    VK Sasikala, prisoner number 9234 at Bengaluru's Central jail, had a hard time last night, said a leader of her party, the AIADMK. Denied the privilege of home food and other facilities, she had refused dinner on Wednesday night and slept on the floor. She could not sleep and was restless, the leader said. The jail had served her two rotis, one rag...
  • VK Sasikala, Prisoner Number 9234, Slept On The Floor In Bengaluru Jail Cell
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday February 16, 2017
    VK Sasikala, prisoner number 9234, slept on the floor on her first night in jail in Bengaluru, without any of the facilities she had requested. She began a four-year prison term yesterday after being convicted of corruption by the Supreme Court.
  • Sasikala's Betrayal? Nephews Expelled By Jayalalithaa Back In Party
    Tamil Nadu News | NDTV News Desk | Wednesday February 15, 2017
    VK Sasikala, on the verge of a four-year jail term for corruption, made big moves today to secure her hold over Tamil Nadu's ruling party. Two of her relatives expelled by former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa are back in the AIADMK. Among them is former lawmaker TTV Dinakaran, whose brother Sudhakaran was convicted and sentenced to jail along with...
  • Sasikala Breaks Down, Says 'Will Think Of Party Wherever I Am'
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Uma Sudhir, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Wednesday February 15, 2017
    In her first public appearance since conviction, VK Sasikala, who left the five Star Golden Bay resort this evening, broke down, saying, "No force can separate me from AIADMK. No matter where I'll be, I'll always think about the party." Earlier today, the Supreme Court convicted her in a corruption case, and sentenced her to four years in prison. S...
  • E Palanisamy As Chief Minister No 3 In 2 Months? Meets Governor
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    Hours after VK Sasikala's run for Chief Minister was brought to a skidding halt by the Supreme Court, which found her guilty of corruption, she has moved at breakneck speed to ensure she remains the show-runner of the ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu. Ms Sasikala was sentenced this morning to four years in prison - it's uncertain when she has to head to...
  • Sasikala Names Successor. 5 Facts About Edappadi Palaniswami
    South | NDTV News Desk | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    Within hours of being found guilty of corruption, VK Sasikala stepped on the gas to name a new leader for her party, the AIADMK. Edappadi K Palaniswami, 57, who is Minister of the Public Works Department, is the new chief of the ruling party of Tamil Nadu. He has written to Governor C Vidyasagar Rao asking for the chance to prove his majority in t...
  • Taking Care Of Business Before Jail, VK Sasikala Picks New Chief, Expels O Panneerselvam
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Shuchi Shukla | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    After she was found guilty by the Supreme Court for corruption, VK Sasikala, who has been ordered to serve a four-year sentence, took care of some important business for her party, the AIADMK, which governs Tamil Nadu. At a meeting presided by her, the party picked a new leader, minister Edappadi K.Palanisamy, who is trusted by her. The gathering ...
  • Sasikala's Conviction Sends Sun TV, Raj TV Shares Zooming
    Business | Edited by Surajit Dasgupta | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    Shares of Sun TV - which is owned 75% by Kalanithi Maran - rose as much as 4% to Rs 741 after the Supreme Court verdict came in. Mr Maran is the grandnephew of DMK leader M Karunanidhi.
  • A New Tamil Nadu Contender For Chief Minister; Governor's Choices Are...
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by Suparna Singh | Wednesday February 15, 2017
    With VK Sasikala convicted for corruption this morning, Tamil Nadu Governor C Vidyasagar Rao must now move urgently to end the political crisis in the state over who should be Chief Minister, said constitutional experts on Tuesday.
  • Reacting To Sasikala's Verdict, Party Falls Back On Jayalalithaa, <i>Dharma</i>
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by Suparna Singh | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    Within minutes of its top leader being convicted for corruption, Tamil Nadu's ruling party, the AIADMK, said that like her mentor and former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, VK Sasikala will bear her ordeal relying on "Dharma" for long-term justice.
  • 'It's A Fatty Judgement,' Said Supreme Court Judges, Then Went Straight To Sasikala Verdict
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    It took eight minutes for two Supreme Court judges to announce the decision that abruptly cut short the political career of VK Sasikala, a long-time companion of J Jayalalithaa. The judges concurred when they held Ms Sasikala guilty of corruption and decided that she has to go to back to jail to serve a four-year sentence. "We have expressed deep c...
  • VK Sasikala Gets 4-Year Jail Term For Corruption, Can't Be Chief Minister
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by Suparna Singh | Wednesday February 15, 2017
    VK Sasikala has been found guilty of corruption by the Supreme Court and will have to surrender to the police in Chennai so that she can be jailed for four years. This ends her high-decibel and divisive bid to be Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu - she is now barred from contesting an election for the next ten years. At 10:30 am on Tuesday, two judges o...
  • After Supreme Court's 'Guilty' Verdict, Cops Enter Resort Where VK Sasikala Stayed With AIADMK MLAs
    Tamil Nadu News | NDTV News Desk | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    A luxury resort near Chennai was brought under heavy security cover this morning as scores of policemen arrived there hours before a Supreme Court verdict on a corruption case against VK Sasikala. Ms Sasikala stayed last night at the Golden Bay resort where over 100 lawmakers have camped since Wednesday, a day after Chief Minister O Panneerselvam's...

'Vk Sasikala Guilty Of Corruption' - 19 News Result(s)

  • 'Wasn't A Public Servant': From Jail, VK Sasikala Appeals Against Conviction
    India News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Aloke Tikku | Thursday May 4, 2017
    Days after her nephew TTV Dinakaran found himself behind bars in Delhi, AIADMK general secretary VK Sasikala is making a bid to get out of the Bengaluru jail where she is serving a four-year jail term. On Wednesday, Sasikala filed a review petition against her conviction by the Supreme Court that had hauled her off to jail in February, arguing that...
  • Next Door To VK Sasikala In Jail Is Cyanide Mallika, Doing Life For 6 Murders
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Arun Nair | Friday February 17, 2017
    A week ago, VK Sasikala was in Chennai and hoped to be Tamil Nadu chief minister. On Thursday, she watched the new chief minister, her loyalist E Palaniswami, take oath on TV from a Bengaluru prison with other inmates sitting around her. Among her prison mates, lodged in an adjacent cell, is Cyanide Mallika, who is accused of killing six women she ...
  • Sasikala Had A Rough Night, Says Party, Was Refused All Requests In Jail
    Tamil Nadu News | NDTV News Desk | Thursday February 16, 2017
    VK Sasikala, prisoner number 9234 at Bengaluru's Central jail, had a hard time last night, said a leader of her party, the AIADMK. Denied the privilege of home food and other facilities, she had refused dinner on Wednesday night and slept on the floor. She could not sleep and was restless, the leader said. The jail had served her two rotis, one rag...
  • VK Sasikala, Prisoner Number 9234, Slept On The Floor In Bengaluru Jail Cell
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday February 16, 2017
    VK Sasikala, prisoner number 9234, slept on the floor on her first night in jail in Bengaluru, without any of the facilities she had requested. She began a four-year prison term yesterday after being convicted of corruption by the Supreme Court.
  • Sasikala's Betrayal? Nephews Expelled By Jayalalithaa Back In Party
    Tamil Nadu News | NDTV News Desk | Wednesday February 15, 2017
    VK Sasikala, on the verge of a four-year jail term for corruption, made big moves today to secure her hold over Tamil Nadu's ruling party. Two of her relatives expelled by former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa are back in the AIADMK. Among them is former lawmaker TTV Dinakaran, whose brother Sudhakaran was convicted and sentenced to jail along with...
  • Sasikala Breaks Down, Says 'Will Think Of Party Wherever I Am'
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Uma Sudhir, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Wednesday February 15, 2017
    In her first public appearance since conviction, VK Sasikala, who left the five Star Golden Bay resort this evening, broke down, saying, "No force can separate me from AIADMK. No matter where I'll be, I'll always think about the party." Earlier today, the Supreme Court convicted her in a corruption case, and sentenced her to four years in prison. S...
  • E Palanisamy As Chief Minister No 3 In 2 Months? Meets Governor
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    Hours after VK Sasikala's run for Chief Minister was brought to a skidding halt by the Supreme Court, which found her guilty of corruption, she has moved at breakneck speed to ensure she remains the show-runner of the ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu. Ms Sasikala was sentenced this morning to four years in prison - it's uncertain when she has to head to...
  • Sasikala Names Successor. 5 Facts About Edappadi Palaniswami
    South | NDTV News Desk | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    Within hours of being found guilty of corruption, VK Sasikala stepped on the gas to name a new leader for her party, the AIADMK. Edappadi K Palaniswami, 57, who is Minister of the Public Works Department, is the new chief of the ruling party of Tamil Nadu. He has written to Governor C Vidyasagar Rao asking for the chance to prove his majority in t...
  • Taking Care Of Business Before Jail, VK Sasikala Picks New Chief, Expels O Panneerselvam
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Shuchi Shukla | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    After she was found guilty by the Supreme Court for corruption, VK Sasikala, who has been ordered to serve a four-year sentence, took care of some important business for her party, the AIADMK, which governs Tamil Nadu. At a meeting presided by her, the party picked a new leader, minister Edappadi K.Palanisamy, who is trusted by her. The gathering ...
  • Sasikala's Conviction Sends Sun TV, Raj TV Shares Zooming
    Business | Edited by Surajit Dasgupta | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    Shares of Sun TV - which is owned 75% by Kalanithi Maran - rose as much as 4% to Rs 741 after the Supreme Court verdict came in. Mr Maran is the grandnephew of DMK leader M Karunanidhi.
  • A New Tamil Nadu Contender For Chief Minister; Governor's Choices Are...
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by Suparna Singh | Wednesday February 15, 2017
    With VK Sasikala convicted for corruption this morning, Tamil Nadu Governor C Vidyasagar Rao must now move urgently to end the political crisis in the state over who should be Chief Minister, said constitutional experts on Tuesday.
  • Reacting To Sasikala's Verdict, Party Falls Back On Jayalalithaa, <i>Dharma</i>
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by Suparna Singh | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    Within minutes of its top leader being convicted for corruption, Tamil Nadu's ruling party, the AIADMK, said that like her mentor and former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, VK Sasikala will bear her ordeal relying on "Dharma" for long-term justice.
  • 'It's A Fatty Judgement,' Said Supreme Court Judges, Then Went Straight To Sasikala Verdict
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    It took eight minutes for two Supreme Court judges to announce the decision that abruptly cut short the political career of VK Sasikala, a long-time companion of J Jayalalithaa. The judges concurred when they held Ms Sasikala guilty of corruption and decided that she has to go to back to jail to serve a four-year sentence. "We have expressed deep c...
  • VK Sasikala Gets 4-Year Jail Term For Corruption, Can't Be Chief Minister
    Tamil Nadu News | Written by Suparna Singh | Wednesday February 15, 2017
    VK Sasikala has been found guilty of corruption by the Supreme Court and will have to surrender to the police in Chennai so that she can be jailed for four years. This ends her high-decibel and divisive bid to be Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu - she is now barred from contesting an election for the next ten years. At 10:30 am on Tuesday, two judges o...
  • After Supreme Court's 'Guilty' Verdict, Cops Enter Resort Where VK Sasikala Stayed With AIADMK MLAs
    Tamil Nadu News | NDTV News Desk | Tuesday February 14, 2017
    A luxury resort near Chennai was brought under heavy security cover this morning as scores of policemen arrived there hours before a Supreme Court verdict on a corruption case against VK Sasikala. Ms Sasikala stayed last night at the Golden Bay resort where over 100 lawmakers have camped since Wednesday, a day after Chief Minister O Panneerselvam's...
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