Jayalalithaa died of a cardiac arrest, no conspiracies: Dr Richard Beale and other docs dispel rumours
On Monday, after a period of two months, the doctors of Apollo hospital who treated former Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa held a press conference in Chennai to dispel rumours surrounding her death
Court processes may take their time, but that need not be the case with the Centre's initiatives. If it's convinced that rumours about Jayalalithaa need to be sealed, in the larger interest of public order, it may act now.
As of this moment cannot see if Sasikala has any reason to apologise for her conduct or her role in the past.
Along with the overwhelming adulation of common people and the praise for her pro-poor policies, what made the public discourse about the death of Jayalalithaa remarkable is the portrayal of her long term associate Sasikala Natarajan as a scheming opportunist plotting to usurp her political legacy and wealth.
Jayalalithaa was said to be critical after a cardiac arrest, on Monday. Here is a timeline of events ever since her hospitalisation in September.
For those in the know, Panneerselvam has been repeatedly chosen as a caretaker of the TN government as he was seen as the "most loyal".
With CM Jayalalithaa said to be critical, the US Consulate in Chennai issued an "emergency message" for American citizens, asking them to review their personal security plans and remain aware of local events.
AIADMK legislators gathered at the Apollo Hospitals here amid speculation that the party was looking at a successor to Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.
The world looking on at Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa’s fight for life in Chennai’s Apollo Hospital may be bemused to see the mass hysteria.
Even as southern Tamil Nadu received a fresh shock of a setback in the condition of long-hospitalised Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, larger questions of politics and political administration beg medium and long-term answers
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Jayalalithaa has been critical after she suffered a cardiac arrest in Apollo Hospital on Sunday where she was admitted over two months ago.
Soon after Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa was reported to be critical due to a cardiac arrest later on Sunday evening, politicians across the country have poured in their prayers for the 68-year-old on Twitter.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa will return home "soon" as an Aiims expert team has confirmed that she has completely recovered after over two months of hospitalisation, ruling AIADMK said on Sunday.
AIADMK supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa was on Saturday shifted to a private room in a ward of Apollo Hospital
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, undergoing medical treatment for the past one month at the Apollo Hospital in Chennai, has an "inflamed right hand" following which her left thumb impression has been affixed in the election document of her party nominee for 19 November bypoll to Thirupparankundram.
AIADMK on Wednesday said party supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, hospitalised since last month, is "very well" and would return home soon
Eminent agriculture scientist MS Swaminathan on Monday visited Apollo Hospital and enquired about the health status of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa who is undergoing treatment.
Not only has the state’s business of the day come to a halt, but no one is prepared to take charge and stand in for the indisposed leader in case it is misunderstood by her when she returns.
Tamil Nadu Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao today visited Apollo Hospitals, where Chief Minister Jayalalithaa is undergoing treatment, and was happy to note that she was "progressing well".