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Can we ever get rid of sycophancy and VIP culture?

Hindustan Times reported that, on February 23, 2015, Shihan Hussaini, a 46-year-old karate champion and coach, nailed himself to a wooden cross in Chennai, demanding AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa’s return as chief minister while dozens of party workers watched. 391 more words

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AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa turns 67 today

While special prayers at religious places were conducted for the former Chief Minister’s acquittal in an assets case also, mass marriages and welfare activities marked the day for supporters. 78 more words


ஜெயலலிதா மீது பாமகவின் ஊழல் பட்டியல்

பாட்டாளி மக்கள் கட்சி ஆளுனரிடம் அளித்த புகார் பின்வருமாறு.

அ.தி.மு.க. ஆட்சியில் நடைபெற்ற ஊழல்கள் குறித்து விசாரிக்க உச்சநீதிமன்ற நீதிபதி தலைமையில் விசாரணை ஆணையம் அமைக்க வலியுறுத்தி தமிழக ஆளுனரிடம் பாட்டாளி மக்கள் கட்சி சார்பில் அளிக்கப்பட்ட மனுவின் சுருக்கம்


87-year-old, fighting battles and inspiring the senior citizens

Kamakshi Patti is a very familiar name for the XIII zone of Corporation of Chennai. She made the corporation officials run to develop a park on Fourth Revenue in Beasant Nagar. 500 more words

Panneerselvam shifts to CM seat in TN Assembly

On the opening day of the Assembly session, Panneerselvam occupied the two-seater bench in the House, but chose to sit at the other end of it and not in the place where his leader and previous chief minister Jayalalithaa used to sit. 153 more words


Challenges and miseries are special: Jayalalithaa

In her message to party workers ahead of Ramachandran’s 98th birth anniversary on January 17, she said the love and respect “we have for him” should be reflected in ensuring the growth of AIADMK. 173 more words


Jaya case- Fate of prosecutor before Special Bench

The application seeking to remove the Special Prosecutor in the J Jayalalithaa case will be heard by Justice Kumaraswamy. The application filed by DMK leader Anbhazagan was heard by Justice Abdul Nazeer on Wednesday, Jan 14, who in turn directed that the matter go up before the Special Bench which is hearing the appeal.

Vicky Nanjappa