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Jayalalithaa Acquitted in DA Case - Detailed Coverage

Published: 12th May 2015 12:34 PM  |   Last Updated: 22nd May 2015 10:59 PM   |  A+A-

Accept Karnataka High Court's Verdict, Vasan tells Oppn Parties: Tamil Maanila Congress leader GK Vasan on Tuesday said people should accept the Karnataka High Court verdict acquitting AIADMK supremo, J Jayalalithaa and added that his party would join an alliance people wish for  >>More

 

More Greetings Pour in for Jaya: Greetings from various quarters continued to pour in on Tuesday for AIADMK general secretary J Jayalalithaa who has been acquitted in the disproportionate assets case>>More 

 

All You Need to Know About Jayalalithaa's Disproportionate Assets Case: Here is the course of events in the disproportionate assets case against AIADMK and former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa that witnessed legal and political twists and turns in the last 19 years.  >>More

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Jaya Vindicated: Giving a clean chit to Jayalalithaa, the Karnataka High Court on Monday held that the judgment and finding recorded by the trial court convicting her and three others suffers from infirmity and is not sustainable in law  >>More

 

Why Jayalalithaa Acquitted? Here Are the Important Quotes From HC Verdict: The Karnataka HC held that the judgement and finding recorded by the trial court suffers from infirmity and it is not sustainable in law >>More

 

Greetings Pour in from PM, Others: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Governor K Rosaiah, Union Ministers Sushma Swaraj, Ravi Shankar Prasad and Najma Heptullah, leaders of various political parties, actors, including Rajnikanth, industrialists and several personalities from different fields greeted Jayalalithaa on her acquittal in the case  >>More

 

AIADMK Party Activists Break into Wild Celebrations on Streets: As the Karnataka High Court acquitted AIADMK general secretary J Jayalalithaa in the wealth case on Monday, ecstatic AIADMK cadre broke into wild celebrations across the State by bursting crackers and distributing sweets they kept ready for the occasion  >>More

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Political Reactions to Jayalalithaa's Acquittal: Jayalalithaa was acquitted by Kanataka High Court in the disproportionate assets case, political parties have made guarded responses  >>More

 

Verdict Fallout: DMK Goes into Huddle to Strategies Plan: With the acquittal of AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa coming as a reversal, DMK top brass went into a huddle to work on a political, legal strategy following the development  >>More

 

Jaya Acquitted: What Does the Verdict Mean for Tamil Nadu: The acquittal enables a big political comeback for Jayalalithaa, who has waged many legal battles and seen several ups and downs in her political career  >>More

 

Tamil Nadu CM Panneerselvam May Resign Soon: Once Jayalalithaa is sworn-in, she has to get elected to the assembly within six months in a by-poll  >>More

 

Jaya’s Acquittal: SL Tamils Welcome Return of 'Strong' Leader: Sri Lankan Tamils welcome acquittal of Jayalalithaa in the DA case and look forward to her taking charge as TN’s Chief Minister again >>More

 

Slur Cast on Me Wiped Out, Dharma Has Won: Jaya: Jayalalithaa termed her acquittal by the Karnataka High Court as “victory of dharma” and a boon given by God after intense prayers offered by the people of Tamil Nadu  >>More

 

AIADMK Brainstorms on Jaya's Next Innings: Moments after she was acquitted, Jayalalithaa began consultations with senior party functionaries, including incumbent Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, over her party's next move, at her residence  >>More

 

'Prosecution Denied Opportunity to Convince HC in Jaya Case': Special Public Prosecutor B V Acharya said the prosecution case had been "seriously prejudiced" in the disproportionate assets case against Jayalalithaa and three others  >>More

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Jayalalithaa's Disqualification Ends, But She Will Have to Contest Again: Jayalalithaa will have to contest the election again to become a member of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly, EC sources said  >>More

 

How Twitteratti Reacted on Jayalalithaa's Acquittal: Twitter is abuzz with Jayalalithaa's acquittal with many people tweets opposing and supporting the court verdict. >>More

 

The court verdict has come as a morale booster for the AIADMK which has been in a fix after Jayalalithaa was convicted in the assets case. The high court ruling has also paved the way for Jayalalithaa's return to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Post

 

Comeback Queen Jayalalithaa Reigns Supreme After Acquittal: In a dramatic turn of events, AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa today wriggled herself out of the legal vortex she was caught in and has got the decks cleared for her return to the chief minister's post she had lost eight months ago  >>More

 

Miscalculation in HC Verdict? Prosecution Says Court Miscalculated Jayalalithaa's Assets

A day after High Court acquitted Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case, prosecution in the case alleged that the court had wrongly miscalculated her assets.

 

Will Support Karnataka if it Files Appeal Against Jaya's Acquittal: DMK

DMK said it will support Karnataka government if the latter filed an appeal against the acquittal of Jayalalithaa in the wealth case by Karnataka HC.

 

TN Ministers Call on Jaya, Discuss Next Plan

Sources declined to say if a probable date had been decided for the swearing in of their party chief as Chief Minister.

 

Jayalalithaa Likely to be Sworn In as Chief Minister on May 22

The MLAs will elect her as the AIADMK legislature party in the meeting and the Council of Ministers headed by O Pannerselvam will submit its resignation.

 

Things Desired by Party Workers Will Happen at Right Time: Jayalalithaa

Jayalalithaa appealed to her supporters not to put her to grief by resorting to such extreme steps.

 

AIADMK Doesn't Know if Jayalalithaa Will Take Charge as CM

Only Jayalalithaa can decide if she will be Tamil Nadu's chief minister again and reports that she will be sworn in on May 23 are wrong, the party said.

 

Jayalalithaa Set to Make First Public Appearance After 8 Months

Jayalalithaa will chair a meeting of party MLAs early in the morning at its headquarters which is likely to see her re-elected as legislature party leader.

 

Governor Rosaiah Invites Jayalalithaa to Form Government

The AIADMK MLAs on Friday unanimously elected party supremo J Jayalalithaa as the leader of AIADMK legislature party.

 I Have Resigned as CM: O Panneerselvam

Minutes after Jayalalithaa was unanimously elected AIADMK legislature party leader, her trusted lieutenant O Panneerselvam announced his resignation as chief minister, ending his nearly eight-month-long stint.



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