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Reclaim Katchatheevu from Lanka: AIADMK

AIADMK members also lauded the efforts of their party chief to help the Tamil Nadu fishermen who were picked up by the Sri Lankan Navy.


Karunanidhi ‘rises’ to CM’s challenge: comes to House, signs diary, talks and leaves

Pannerselvam said that Karunanidhi has no right to raise such a demand as he hardly attended the proceedings in the past.


Jayalalithaa, Sasikala pay Rs 2 crore fine for closure of four I-T cases

The Centre had facilitated the settlement by compounding the cases after the Supreme Court had asked the department to wrap up their probe by the end of 2014.


Petition in Madras HC seeks removal of Jayalalithaa portraits from govt offices

The HC has asked the state government to respond within two weeks.


TN deaths: Jaya offers Rs 6.7 cr as relief to kin of sympathisers

Expressing her pain at reports of suicides and deaths, the statement said a total of 219 people have lost their lives. She appealed cadre not to indulge in such acts.


Jayalalithaa relief for kin of supporters who died after verdict

Families to get Rs 3 lakh; party claims 193 people lost their lives.


DA case: Special court issues order for release of Jayalalithaa

Groups of AIADMK supporters had gathered at some places chanting slogans hailing their leader.

SC to hear Jaya bail plea on October 17

The case against her accuses Jayalalithaa of using her first term as chief minister from 1991 to 1996 to accumulate vast wealth.


Politics 4.0

A new politics, anchored in execution and keeping promises, is taking shape


With Jayalalithaa in jail, regular prison activities get derailed

Refuting reports of inconvenience to other inmates DIG (Prison) Jayasimha said the prison was maintaining routine protocol.

Before the despair, some hope

The judge had rejected Jayalalithaa’s bail plea.


After Jaya setback, violence in TN, protesters target Karnataka vehicles

Bus services in Hosur, near the Karnataka-Tamil Nadu border, were suspended by evening.

Not on the streets

The challenge to the AIADMK chief’s conviction must play out only in the court.


Real leaders cry, weep and wail

After Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa was convicted for amassing disproportionate wealth during her first term in office, 16 people committed suicide.


Schools join Jaya verdict protests

Party starts campaign on WhatsApp.