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TN doesn't want seer in south India

January 12, 2005 12:11 IST

The Tamil Nadu government has filed an application in the Supreme Court seeking modification to the order granting bail to Kanchi Shankaracharya Jayendra Saraswati, saying the seer should be ordered not to be present anywhere in south India till the charge sheet is filed in the Sankararaman murder case and the trial is completed.

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Sub: TN doesn't want seer in south

Is the TN govt pursuing the case under the law of Tamilnadu or the law of India? If the seer has no place in the ...

Posted by chmahadevan

Sub: TN doen't want seer in South

Why is the TN Govt. so harsh on the Swamiji ? Obivoiously there something more than that meets the eye ! Is the Police and ...

Posted by A.Kailasnath

Sub: Jayalalita is trying to divert the attention of public

By trying to highlight case against the Kanchi seer. I think Jayalalitha is trying to divert the mind of people there in Tamilnadu. She herself ...

Posted by Hridyesh

Sub: Again a division of country

so now Jaylalita wants Supreme Court to define the word South India through this Order which will be a foundation stone for division of India ...

Posted by Dinkar Singh

Sub: Attrocities by the government

What realy transpired that led to the arrest of the junior swamigal the same day as Jayendra saraswathy swamigal was released.Next the petition that swamigal ...

Posted by Rajshekhars



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