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    Tribute to Ms. J. Jayalalithaa also known as Amma on her 1st death anniversary. She featured in 140 films & 6 times chief minister of Tamil Nadu. Ms.J Jayalalithaa[a] (born Komalavalli, 24 February 1948 – 5 December 2016) was an Indian actor and politician who served six terms as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for over fourteen years between 1991 and 2016. From 1989 she was the general secretary of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), a Dravidian party whose cadre revered her as their Amma (mother), Puratchi Thalaivi (revolutionary leader) and Thanga Tharagai (golden maiden). Her critics in the media and the opposition accused her of fostering a personality cult, and of demanding absolute loyalty from AIADMK legislators and ministers who often publicly prostrated themselves before her.[3] J. Jayalalithaa 6th Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu In office 23 May 2015 – 5 December 2016 Governor C. Vidyasagar Rao (Addit. Charge) K. Rosaiah Preceded by O. Panneerselvam Succeeded by O. Panneerselvam Constituency Dr. Radhakrishnan Nagar In office 16 May 2011 – 27 September 2014 Governor K. Rosaiah Surjit Singh Barnala Preceded by M. Karunanidhi Succeeded by O. Panneerselvam Constituency Srirangam In office 2 March 2002 – 12 May 2006 Governor Surjit Singh Barnala P. S. Ramamohan Rao Preceded by O. Panneerselvam Succeeded by M. Karunanidhi Constituency Andipatti In office 14 May 2001 – 21 September 2001 Governor Dr. C. Rangarajan M. Fathima Beevi Preceded by M. Karunanidhi Succeeded by O. Panneerselvam Constituency Did not contest In office 24 June 1991 – 12 May 1996 Governor Marri Chenna Reddy Bhishma Narain Singh Preceded by President's rule Succeeded by M. Karunanidhi Constituency Bargur Personal details Born Komalavalli 24 February 1948 Mandya, Mysore State (now in Karnataka, India) Died 5 December 2016 (aged 68) Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India Political party All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Profession Actress, politician Nickname(s) Puratchi Thalaivi, Amma Jayalalithaa first came into prominence as a leading film actress in the mid-1960s. Though she had entered the profession reluctantly, upon the urging of her mother to support the family, Jayalalithaa worked prolifically. She appeared in 140 films between 1961 and 1980, primarily in the Tamil, Telugu and Kannada languages. Jayalalithaa received praise for her versatility as an actor and for her dancing skills, earning the sobriquet "queen of Tamil cinema".[4] Among her frequent co-stars was M. G. Ramachandran, or MGR, a Tamil cultural icon who leveraged his immense popularity with the masses into a successful political career. In 1982, when MGR was chief minister, Jayalalithaa joined the AIADMK, the party he founded. Her political rise was rapid; within a few years she became AIADMK propaganda secretary and was elected to the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of India's Parliament. After MGR's death in 1987, Jayalalithaa proclaimed herself his political heir and, having fought off the faction headed by Janaki Ramachandran, MGR's widow, emerged as the sole leader of the AIADMK. Following the 1989 election, she became Leader of the Opposition to the DMK-led government headed by Karunanidhi, her bête noire. She was not married. In 1991 Jayalalithaa became chief minister, Tamil Nadu's youngest, for the first time. She earned a reputation for a punishing work ethic and for centralising state power among a coterie of bureaucrats; her council of ministers, whom she often shuffled around, were largely ceremonial in nature. The successful cradle-baby scheme, which enabled mothers to anonymously offer their newborns for adoption, emerged during this time. Despite an official salary of only a rupee a month, Jayalalithaa indulged in public displays of wealth, culminating in a lavish wedding for her foster son in 1995. In the 1996 election, the AIADMK was nearly wiped out at the hustings; Jayalalithaa herself lost her seat. The new Karunanidhi government filed several corruption cases against her, and she had to spend time in jail. Her fortunes revived in the 1998 general election, as the AIADMK became a key component.
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    Tribute to  former Chief Minister Ms. J. Jayalalithaa also known as Amma on her 1st death anniversary. She featured in 140 films & 6 times chief minister of Tamil Nadu. Our  former Chief Minister Ms.J Jayalalithaa[a] (born Komalavalli, 24 February 1948 – 5 December 2016) was an Indian actor and politician who served six terms as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for over fourteen years between 1991 and 2016. From 1989 she was the general secretary of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), a Dravidian party whose cadre revered her as their Amma (mother), Puratchi Thalaivi (revolutionary leader) and Thanga Tharagai (golden maiden). Her critics in the media and the opposition accused her of fostering a personality cult, and of demanding absolute loyalty from AIADMK legislators and ministers who often publicly prostrated themselves before her.[3]  Our former Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa 6th Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu In office 23 May 2015 – 5 December 2016 Governor C. Vidyasagar Rao (Addit. Charge) K. Rosaiah Preceded by O. Panneerselvam Succeeded by O. Panneerselvam Constituency Dr. Radhakrishnan Nagar In office 16 May 2011 – 27 September 2014 Governor K. Rosaiah Surjit Singh Barnala Preceded by M. Karunanidhi Succeeded by O. Panneerselvam Constituency Srirangam In office 2 March 2002 – 12 May 2006 Governor Surjit Singh Barnala P. S. Ramamohan Rao Preceded by O. Panneerselvam Succeeded by M. Karunanidhi Constituency Andipatti In office 14 May 2001 – 21 September 2001 Governor Dr. C. Rangarajan M. Fathima Beevi Preceded by M. Karunanidhi Succeeded by O. Panneerselvam Constituency Did not contest In office 24 June 1991 – 12 May 1996 Governor Marri Chenna Reddy Bhishma Narain Singh Preceded by President's rule Succeeded by M. Karunanidhi Constituency Bargur Personal details Born Komalavalli 24 February 1948 Mandya, Mysore State (now in Karnataka, India) Died 5 December 2016 (aged 68) Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India Political party All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Profession Actress, politician Nickname(s) Puratchi Thalaivi, Amma Jayalalithaa first came into prominence as a leading film actress in the mid-1960s. Though she had entered the profession reluctantly, upon the urging of her mother to support the family, Jayalalithaa worked prolifically. She appeared in 140 films between 1961 and 1980, primarily in the Tamil, Telugu and Kannada languages. Jayalalithaa received praise for her versatility as an actor and for her dancing skills, earning the sobriquet "queen of Tamil cinema".[4] Among her frequent co-stars was M. G. Ramachandran, or MGR, a Tamil cultural icon who leveraged his immense popularity with the masses into a successful political career. In 1982, when MGR was chief minister, Jayalalithaa joined the AIADMK, the party he founded. Her political rise was rapid; within a few years she became AIADMK propaganda secretary and was elected to the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of India's Parliament. After MGR's death in 1987, Jayalalithaa proclaimed herself his political heir and, having fought off the faction headed by Janaki Ramachandran, MGR's widow, emerged as the sole leader of the AIADMK. Following the 1989 election, she became Leader of the Opposition to the DMK-led government headed by Karunanidhi, her bête noire. She was not married. In 1991 Jayalalithaa became chief minister, Tamil Nadu's youngest, for the first time. She earned a reputation for a punishing work ethic and for centralising state power among a coterie of bureaucrats; her council of ministers, whom she often shuffled around, were largely ceremonial in nature. The successful cradle-baby scheme, which enabled mothers to anonymously offer their newborns for adoption, emerged during this time. Despite an official salary of only a rupee a month, Jayalalithaa indulged in public displays of wealth, culminating in a lavish wedding for her foster son in 1995. In the 1996 election, the AIADMK was nearly wiped out at the hustings; Jayalalithaa herself lost her seat. The new Karunanidhi government filed several corruption cases against her, and she had to spend time in jail. Her fortunes revived in the 1998 general election, as the AIADMK became a key component.
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