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V K Sasikala

Will keep away from politics, says V K Sasikala

In a statement issued here Sasikala said she would keep herself away from politics and would pray to the God and also to late Jayalalithaa for the establishment of 'Amma' government in the state.

Sasikala returns to Tamil Nadu after four years to grand reception

Her return to Tamil Nadu is being keenly watched as it comes at a time when the assembly elections in the state are likely to be held in the next few months.

Sasikala discharged from Bengaluru hospital

Sasikala was admitted to the Victoria Hospital after she tested positive for COVID-19 recently while under judicial custody.

Sasikala released from prison after serving 4-year jail-term

Sasikala was in prison since February 2017 along with Ilavarasi and late Jayalalithaa's foster son V N Sudhakaran in connection with the Rs 66 crore disproportionate assets case.

V K Sasikala admitted to hospital for suspected Covid

According to the hospital sources, as soon as she was admitted to hospital, authorities conducted a Rapid Antigen Test on her, which has come back negative for Covid-19.

Sasikala may be released on Jan 27, 2021, says Karnataka Prison dept

She will have to pay Rs 10 crore to walk out of prison on January 27, 2021, else spend another 13 months behind bars.

Chidambaram only a “burden on earth,” says TN CM

On Sunday, Chidambaram had taken potshots at seven regional parties ruling in as many states, saying they did not cooperate against the BJP's move to scrap Article 370 in the Rajya Sabha out of "fear".

Sasikala seeks 15-day parole to attend husband’s funeral

"Sasikala has applied for parole for 15 days and it is under consideration," the sources told PTI.

I-T officials raid Jayalalithaa’s residence

Following inputs, the search operation was launched on Friday in the office block and a room used by jailed and deposed AIADMK leader V K Sasikala at "Veda Nilayam," the Poes Garden residence.

Election Commission to hear dispute over AIADMK symbol on October 5

Election commission has given AIADMK rival factions time till September 29 to file fresh submissions.

Panneerselvam to announce decision on AIADMK merger in two days

Panneerselvam, who is scheduled to leave for Madurai on Sunday to attend a meeting there, was expected to elicit the opinion of the faction leaders here to arrive at any firm view on the merger issue.

Karnataka CM orders probe into Sasikala’s prison row

"We have taken serious cognizance of the allegation of  irregularities in the Bengaluru Central Prison and ordered a high-level inquiry," tweeted Siddaramaiah

Top jail officials clash over “special” treatment to Sasikala

In the four-page report after visiting the central prison on July 10, Roopa said a special kitchen was functioning in the jail for Sasikala in violation of prison rules.

Charges framed against Sasikala in FERA violations case

The case relates to alleged violations in transactions including remittances for a transponder and uplinking charges for the erstwhile JJ TV channel.

Sasikala petitions court to send her questions on FERA charges

Sasikala has now sought the details of questions that are going to be put against her to frame charges, to enable her to answer them through video conference.

No opposition to me in party, says Dhinakaran

According to 'Jaya Plus' Tamil TV channel, Dhinakaran said a "good decision" will be taken in the interest of the party.

Panneerselvam’s ‘no’ to Sasikala family for AIADMK unity

O. Panneerselvam is ready to unite the AIADMK provided the family of now jailed leader V.K. Sasikala is kept out of the party.

Bid to destroy our party, will fight case legally: Dinakaran

The leader of the V K Sasikala faction of the ruling party also claimed he did not know Sukesh Chandrasekhar, a middleman arrested by the Delhi police in this matter.

AIADMK party symbol will be retrieved legally: OPS

Both the groups shall be allotted different symbols from a list of free symbols notified by the poll body for the purposes of the current by-election.

‘People will decide whether election of CM was valid or not’

The Palaniswami government on Saturday won the confidence vote in the Tamil Nadu Assembly by a comfortable 122-11 margin after high drama and bedlam in the House.

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