Jayalalithaa found guilty in disproportionate assets case- The Times of India Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa was on Saturday found guilty of conspiracy and corruption charges in the Rs 66.65 crore disproportionate assets case. 1 New Update 04:01 PM Jayalalithaa assets case: How it all started[/paste:font] 03:58 PM Police stop two AIADMK cadres from attempting suicide in Coimbatore.[/paste:font] 02:51 PM Personally I have not seen the judgement, it would be subject to the regular hierarchy of appeals Congress leader Manish Tewari Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa found guilty in disproportionate assets case.[/paste:font] Security beefed up at DMK offices, leaders' homes ahead of the verdict.[/paste:font] AIADMK men were lathicharged for protesting outside the court premises.[/paste:font] Jayalalithaa assets case: Timeline[/paste:font] Jayalalithaa leaves for Bangalore with a victory sign[/paste:font] Other accused in the case Sasikalaa and Ilavarasi, Jayalalithaa's political secretary Poonkundran and personal security officers Perumalsamy and Veeraperumal and a few others accompanied her. Opposition closes ranks ahead of Jaya case verdict[/paste:font] Quiet behind-the-scenes discussions have been taking place as was evident when PMK founder leader S Ramadoss, along with his wife Saraswathi, called on DMK chief M Karunanidhi on Wednesday, ostensibly to invite him for a family wedding on October 30. Day of reckoning for AIADMK[/paste:font] For nearly a year before the September of 1995, there had been whispers, including in the media, of massive corruption taking place in the AIADMK regime. A Wednesday that month seemed to prove those allegations. Why case dragged on for 18 years?[/paste:font] Towards closing stages, the sheer number of questions put to the CM — 1,339 in all — contributed to delay, as she had to make time to answer them in between her work as the CM. Corridors of power remain silent as top brass goes to Bangalore[/paste:font] TN chief minister and AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa and her associate Sasikalaa are scheduled to reach Bangalore early Saturday morning by a chartered flight to be present at the special court for the verdict in the wealth case. 08:31 AM The verdict would mark the culmination of an 18-year-long trial, which began soon after Jayalalithaa stepped down as CM in 1996. 08:30 AM A Bangalore court is expected to decide whether Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa is guilty in the disproportionate assets case that was filed against her in 1996.