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The rise and fall of Jayalalithaa - B. R. Haran

“The present scenario has opened up a great opportunity for the BJP: increasing membership, creating Hindu vote bank, politics of corruption and crime being practised by the Dravidian parties for more than five decades, mismanagement of temples, cow slaughter and cattle trafficking, growth of evangelism, rise in Islamic fundamentalism, assaults and murders of Hindu leaders and activists are some of the major avenues through which the party can reach out to the masses. 4,360 more words

India

Supreme Court to hear J Jayalalithaa's bail plea today

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday will hear bail application of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa, undergoing four-year imprisonment in a corruption case. 206 more words

Nation

No relief for Jayalalithaa

No relief for Jayalalithaa as Karnataka High Court hearing her appeal has posted the matter for Monday. Justice Ratnakala while admitting the matter posted hearing on her bail plea for Monday. 39 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

DA case: Jayalalithaa moves Karnataka High Court seeking bail

Bangalore: Jailed AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa will file a criminal revision petition on Monday in the Karnataka High Court to seek bail in the four-year jail term she has been sentenced to for corruption. 279 more words

Nation

Suicides, clashes follow Jaya jail shock

Shock and dismay over jail for Jayalalithaa drove two persons to immolate selves — a 45 year old AIADMK functionary and an 18 year old girl – at two locations in Tamil Nadu as normalcy returned on Sunday with no major violence reported since morning. 331 more words

Nation

Jayalalithaa files appeal

J Jayalalithaa who has just filed the appeal before the Karnataka High Court against the order of the Special Court has sought for suspension of sentence. 162 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Jaya- Billa number 7402

J Jayalalithaa is prisoner number 7402 and for her first meal in prison last night she was served bread, curd rice and fruits. She was then given a white saree which is the jail uniform which she will now need to wear as long as she stays in prison. 336 more words

Vicky Nanjappa