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22 Jan 2018, Edition - 923, Monday

FLASH NEWS:

  • PM Modi lands in Zurich, Switzerland Will attend the World Economic Forum at Davos on Tuesday
  • PM Modi lands in Zurich, Switzerland
  • Karni Sena approaches Supreme Court against the release of film Padmaavat
  • Govt hospital in Karnataka turns gambling denDoctors, Nurses seen gambling Patients left unattended
  • We should go for comprehensive electoral reforms, says D. Raj, CPI
  • Half of the country believes nation is in job crisis
  • I work as much as I can for the people, says PM Narendramodi
  • The country should be mukt of corruption, says Abid Rasool, Congress
  • This is not a Congress vs BJP issue, says NC Spokesperson Sameer Kaul
  • I want to unite people with humanitarian values, PM Narendramodi

Tamilnadu News

Apollo Hospitals submits Jaya treatment papers to probe panel​

Covai Post Network

Chennai : Apollo Hospitals today submitted documents related to the treatment of former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa before the inquiry commission set up to probe her death.

The submissions, in two suitcases, were made after the commission headed by retired judge A Arumughaswamy ordered Apollo to submit all documents related to Jayalalithaa’s treatment.

Cardiologist Swaminathan who treated Jayalalithaa appeared before the commission today.

The commission also ordered deposed AIADMK leader VK Sasikala’s advocate Raja Senthurapandian to reappear on January 22. Apollo Hospitals director of medical services Dr N Sathyabhama, appeared before the commission recently. Dr Sudha Seshayyan, who led the medical team which embalmed Jayalalithaa’s body also testified before the commission which issued summons to Jayalalithaa’s personal security officer Perumalsamy. Her doctor and Sasikala’s relative Dr Sivakumar and her personal assistant.

In a related development, TTV Dhinakaran along with supporters Vettrivel, Thanga Tamilselvan, Senthil Balaji and Palaniappan met Sasikala at Parappana Agrahara prison in Bengaluru today.