Jayalalithaa appeal: Karnataka ready with appeal

The advocate general of Karnataka Professor Ravi Varma Kumar has given his nod to file an appeal in the J Jayalalithaa case. Read more: Jayalalithaa appeal: Will it be 90 days or a week? 28 more words

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Jayalalithaa back as Tamil Nadu CM; BJP leaders, Rajinikanth present

Nearly eight months after she was forced to quit over corruption charges, AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa was on Saturday sworn in for the fifth time as Tamil Nadu chief minister along with 28 ministers. 1,036 more words


Jaya's Disproportionate Assets Case: Did the Karnataka High Court get its maths wrong? - Sandhya Ravishankar

“A perusal of the order copy shows that Judge Kumaraswamy of the Karnataka High Court has made an error in calculation of the personal loans taken by Jayalalithaa. 804 more words


Jaya case- File appeal says SPP to Karnataka Govt.

Special Public Prosecutor B V Acharya has recommended to the state government to file an appeal in the J Jayalalithaa case. Acharya informed the state government that it is a fit case to file an appeal and seek reversal of the acquittal. 48 more words

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Jaya verdict is out, but everyone is still waiting

The J Jayalithaa case is expected to see some more drama. With Karnataka not announcing any fixed date on when it would go in appeal against the acquittal, all the focus has shifted back to Justice Kumaraswamy and what he would do on the calculations of the disproportionate income. 32 more words

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Jayalalithaa case: Court can correct but not change verdict, says senior counsel C V Nagesh

Since the verdict in the J Jayalalithaa case was pronounced there has been a raging debate over the arithmetic errors in the verdict.

According to the Special Public Prosecutor in the case, B V Acharya, the calculations were crucial as it decreased by a huge margin the quantum of the disproportionate income which resulted in the acquittal of Jayalalithaa.
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Jaya: Court can correct arithmetic errors

It is a kind of catch-22 situation in the J Jayalalithaa appeals case with the Special Public Prosecutor, B V Acharya pointing that there was a glaring arithmetic error made by the High Court while passing an order of acquittal. 60 more words

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