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Is KCR eyeing Jayalalitha’s prime land in Hyd?


It’s been two weeks since Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao returned to Hyderabad from his Tamil Nadu tour on December 15.

But KCR’s sudden trip to Tamil Nadu from December 13 to 15 has now set rumour mills abuzz over the ‘secret agenda’ behind the tour. KCR announced that he is visiting Tamil Nadu along with his family members to have darshan of Sriranganatha swamy in Srirangam temple.

KCR had darshan on December 13 and soon left to Chennai to meet Tamil Nadu CM Stalin.

He stayed at a five star hotel on December 13 night and met Stalin on December 14. He stayed in the same hotel on December 14 night.

Why did KCR meet Stalin all of a sudden and stayed in Chennai for two nights?

Speculations are rife that KCR sought Stalin’s cooperation to takeover former Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalitha’s land in Kompally in Hyderabad abetting Nagpur highway.

Jayalalitha purchased this prime 13 acre land parcel in 1970s when she was acting in Telugu films.

This property is now worth over Rs 900 crore. Since Jayalalitha has no children or heirs, this property is in legal disputes.

It is rumoured that KCR wants to grab this valuable property for his family and that’s why planned sudden Tamil Nadu trip under the pretext of temple visit to seek Stalin’s help.

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Star heroines in race for Jayalalitha’s biopic


As biopics are turning out to be money spinners at box office, filmmakers are looking to produce films based on the life stories of iconic personalities. Recently, a biopic on Jayalalitha has been announced by producer Vishnu Induri who is also bankrolling the biopic on NTR.

In a surprise announcement, one more biopic on Jayalalitha has been formally announced by Bollywood producer Aditya Bharadwaj. Award winning director Bharathiraja will helm this prestigious film.

The latest scoop in media circles is that Bollywood star heroine Aishwarya Rai and South’s reigning actress Anushka Shetty are the fore runners to appear as Jayalalitha in this biopic which has been titled as Amma. For Vishnu Induri’s biopic on Jayalalitha, names of Nayanatara, Trisha and Vidya Balan are being considered for the lead role. Also, one more biopic on Jayalalitha is likely to be announced by filmmaker Priyadarshini. She is also looking for a star heroine who can fit the bill for Jayalalitha’s role.

So, it is clear that three star heroines are going to be cast for these three different projects. We have to wait for official announcements from these filmmakers to know who will bag the opportunity to play Jayalalitha in respective biopics.

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Pawan’s inaction disappoints Telugu lovers


Lack of perseverance on the part of Janasena president Pawan Kalyan on putting pressure on Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa to revive Telugu medium in the state has disappointed many. Pawan first announced that he would also participate in the revival of Telugu medium movement in Tamil Nadu. The statement enthused many and thought it would stir the Telugu chief ministers into action. But, Pawan has been silent on the matter. The disappointment is evident among the Telugus belonging to Tamil Nadu.
The Tamil Nadu Telugu Yuva Shakti today launched ‘letter campaign’ as part of the agitation for the revival of Telugu Medium inTamil Nadu. In the program organized to day in the Press Club of Hyderabad, Telugu University former vice chacellor Avula Manjulatha,Yuvashakti president Ketireddy Jagadeswar Reddy , CPI national leader K Narayana, Andhra Pradesh Official Language Commission former chairman Parchuri Gopal Krishna, Movie producer Tammareddy Bharadwaja, MLC Chandrasekhar , Sakshi Editor Dilip Reddy signed the letters addressed to the chief ministers of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. The the dignitaries present in the meeting expressed concern over the language policy of the TN. They said learning in one’s mother tongue was the right guaranteed by the Constitution of India and the TN government decision had denied this right to the people belonging linguistic minority groups like Malayalam, Urdu, Telugu etc.

They all felt the the Telugu language could not be banished from the Tamil state thorough government orders given the intricate cultural bond between Tamil and Telugu people. They urged Chandrababu Naidu, chief minister of Andhra Pradesh to intervene and work to find out a solution to the Telugu people’s problem.

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Jaya falls ill may be shifted to S’pore


Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa is unwell. If sources are to be believed the iconic lady of Tamil Nadu politics is likely to be shifted to Singapore for advanced treatment. She is said to be ailing with liver related problems.

“Her health is so fragile that doctors are of the opinion that the transplant procedure, which involves major surgery, may be a difficult proposition,” a report in rediff.com said.

The heroine of yester years, who took politics in association with MG Ramachandran, is 67.  She took oath for fifth time as chief minister on May 23, after a stunning victory in a byelection. She was convicted in a case related to disproportionate assets last year  by a special court in Bengaluru. Then she resigned from office and assembly. Later, the Karnataka High Court acquitted her. She contested byelection from Radhakrishna Nagar constituency in Chennai and returned with a margin of 1, 50,000 vote

“Her other organs are fragile and that would make the transplant more difficult,” the rediff report said.

Now, the two pillars of Tamil politics, Jayalalitha and her arch rival and DMK leader M Karunanidhi is bad health. Karunanidhi has been confined to wheel chair for years.

Their health condition is expected to reshape the southern state’s politics if their doctors advised rest for the duo.


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Pakistan Media Hails Jayalalithaa


Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa has hit the headlines for all good reasons this time. With Ramzam season starting yesterday, Jayalalithaa has ordered its government to distribute over 4000 tonnes of rice to more than three thousand mosques across the state.

The rice would be used to make gruel-a healthy soup- and served to fasting people at mosques. Noticing the same, Pakistani based television channel—SAMAA has hailed Jayalalithaa. It even telecast the video of Jayalalithaa displaying the sign of  victory.

The channel went on to say that Pakistan government should also implement the same. All in all, it’s a good note that steps being taken by state governments in India are being lauded by our neighbouring country. This will sure give an edge over DMK to J Jayalalithaa. What steps DMK will take to compete with AIADMK in serving Muslim brethren has now become topic of the town.

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