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Jayalalithaa asks Prime Minister for power from Central pool


Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa on Monday requested Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to allocate additional 1,000 MW power from the central pool for nearly a year.

PM should seek Dayanidhi’s resignation: Jayalalithaa

Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa on Wednesday said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should seek textiles minister Dayanidhi Maran’s resignation after allegations that his official decisions as telecom minister had indirectly benefited his brother’s company.

Kanimozhi should not get concessions: Jayalalithaa


DMK MP Kanimozhi should not be granted bail in the 2G spectrum case just because she is a woman, Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa said on Tuesday.

Let UPA ask for my support if it wants: Jayalalithaa

Adding to the buzz, Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa indicated on Tuesday that she could consider supporting the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government if asked.

Jayalalithaa charges Puducherry's Rangasamy with betrayal


Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa on Thursday said her AIADMK had been betrayed by poll ally and newly-elected Puducherry chief minister N. Rangaswamy, who heads the All India NR Congress (AINRC).

Jayalalithaa to be sworn in chief minister on Monday

AIADMK chief J. Jayalalithaa on Sunday met Tamil Nadu governor Surjit Singh Barnala to stake her claim to form the government in the state for a third time. She will be sworn in as chief minister on Monday afternoon.

Jayalalithaa lashes out at MK sons


Madurai, Oct. 18: “There are two governments functioning in Tamil Nadu today — one from Chennai led by the DMK chief, Mr M. Karunanidhi and his son, Mr M.K. Stalin and another from Madurai, with his a

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