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Disproportionate assets case: Jayalalithaa's bail extended till May 12

The Supreme Court has extended the bail granted to former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu J Jayalalithaa till May 12. The bench was hearing a bail plea filed by Jayalalithaa after the Karnataka High Court had rejected her plea for bail. 35 more words

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Jayalalithaa verdict likely by month end

The Karnataka High Court is likely to pronounce its verdict in the J Jayalalithaa disproportionate assets case by the end of this month.

Special Public Prosecutor in the case, Bhavani Singh informed Oneindia that in all probability the verdict will be out by the end of this month.

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Tamil Nadu Governor draws fire for praising Jayalalithaa in Assembly

In his customary address to the state assembly, Rosaiah appreciated Jayalalithaa for her efforts in securing the rights of Tamil Nadu in various inter-state water disputes. 142 more words

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Tamil Nadu Governor draws fire for praising Jayalalithaa in Assembly

In his customary address to the state assembly, Rosaiah appreciated Jayalalithaa for her efforts in securing the rights of Tamil Nadu in various inter-state water disputes. 142 more words

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Subramanian Swamy can assist in Jaya case, says Karnataka HC

The Karnataka High Court on Thursday permitted Dr Subramanian Swamy to assist the Special Public Prosecutor in the case pertaining to the appeal filed by former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in the disporporionate assets case. 18 more words

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Jayalalithaa case: CJ not to hear appeal on Prosecutor appointment

The chief justice of the Karnataka High Court has recused himself from hearing an appeal seeking removal of the special prosecutor in the J Jayalalithaa appeal case. 22 more words

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Jayalalithaa case- Swamy complains to Supreme Court

As the arguments in the J Jayalalithaa appeal before the Karnataka High Court is underway, the original complainant in the case, Subramanian Swamy has told the Supreme Court he could be deemed as a public prosecutor in the case. 39 more words

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