10.30 pm: The court has convicted Jayalalithaa. Our Govt has nothing to do with it: GVL Narasimha Rao, Natl Spokesperson, BJP.
10.10 pm: 'This judgement is one-sided,' says C Rajashekharan, Advocate, Madras HC.
9.15 pm: Security was beefed up across Tamil Nadu, especially in the border areas, in the wake of sporadic violence following rejection of the bail plea of AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa in a graft case.
8.40 pm: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Paneerselvam hit out at opposition parties, accusing them of conspiring to sully his government's image by alleging that law and order was deteriorating in the state and urged people not to resort to agitation over party supremo Jayalalithaa's conviction in a graft case.
8.02 pm: If the people who ought to control do not do so, other people who should control will do it : M Karunanidhi on law & order situation in Tamil Nadu
7:32 pm: AIADMK supporters vandalized a restaurant in Chennai.
6:44 pm: Tamil Nadu CM Panneerselvam calls for an emergency meet to discuss law and order situation. Chief Secretary and DGP among others attend meet.
6:43 pm: Jayalalithaa's lawyers are likely to submit bail plea at Supreme Court tomorrow, i.e. Wednesday, Oct 8.
6:41 pm: All KSRTC bus services from Karnataka to Tamil Nadu have been suspended as Jayalalithaa has been denied bail by Karnataka High Court.
6:30 pm: Bengaluru Police tighten security around state border. Security also has been tightened in Tamil dominated areas.
6:20 pm: Bengaluru Police beefed up security, impose section 144 around Parappana Agrahara where Jayalalithaa has been lodged since Sept 27.
6:15 pm: Jayalalithaa and her aides, who too have been convicted in the DA case, Sasikala, Illavarsi broke down in jail as their bail pleas have been rejected by Karnataka High Court.
6:00 pm: Security tightened at Hosa Road Junction near Hosur Road in Bangalore.
5:20 pm: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam urged people to remain calm and not to indulge in any kind of violence.
5:00 pm: Karnataka Police beefed up security at Tamil Nadu-Karnataka border as it has become tense following Karnataka High Court's decision of rejecting Jayalalithaa's bail plea.
4.51 pm: Ram Jethmalani says he is disappointed with the High Court verdict.
4.47 pm: Jayalithaa collapses after hearing the verdict, jail doctor rushes to give medical aid.
4.41 pm: Corruption amounts to violation of human rights; leads to economic imbalance, says the judge: PTI
4.37 pm: Subramanian Swamy on J Jayalalithaa's bail plea rejected : Am not surprised,this was I had expected
Subramanian Swamy on J Jayalalithaa's bail plea rejected : Am not surprised,this was I had expected. pic.twitter.com/05pQwoVmet— ANI (@ANI_news) October 7, 2014
4.25 pm: There is no parity with Lalu Prasad's case; corruption is violation of human rights: Karnataka HC on Jayalalithaa's plea.
4.20 pm: Corruption seen as a violation of human rights, says Karnataka judge rejecting Jayalalithaa's bail
4.10 pm: After initial media reports, former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa refused bail by Karnataka High Court; she will remain in Bangalore jail.
3.55 pm: HC also grants bail to Jaya's aide Sasikala, Natrajan and Ilavarsi.
3.45 pm: Defence took 13 years to conclude the case after chargesheet was filed, says judge
3.40 pm: Chennai: AIADMK supporters celebrate outside Jayalalithaa's residence
Chennai: AIADMK supporters celebrate outside Jayalalithaa's residence pic.twitter.com/3K9JWkBfdX— ANI (@ANI_news) October 7, 2014
3.33 pm: Karnataka HC grants conditional bail to AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa.
3.30 pm: AIADMK supporters outside Karnataka HC start celebrating sfter prosecution says no objection to Jayalalithaa being granted conditional bail
3.23 pm: Prosecution concedes. No objection to conditional bail, says Bhavani Singh
3.09 pm: Lawyer Jethmalani alleges Judge Michael D'Cunha, who found Jayalalithaa guilty, sometimes behaved as a prosecution witness.
2.57 pm: TN DGP K Ramanujam instructs police to ensure that no posters criticising judiciary or Kannadiga people are printed.
2.55 pm: Court resumes hearing in Jayalalithaa case.
1:30 pm: Court adjourns Jaya's hearing till 2:30 pm
1.03 pm: Ram Jethmalani winds up arguments for Jayalithaa, Amit Desai begins for Sasikala
12.54 pm: AIADMK denies responsibility for anti-Kannadiga poster threats.
12.41 pm: Jethmalani has concluded his arguments. Now Sasikala and Sudhakaran's advocate begins his argument
12.35 pm: Defence argues that calculation of disproportionate assets of Jayalalithaa was wrong.
12.31 pm: Chennai Police chief says no danger to Kannadigas in TN, promises his Bangalore counterpart of action over threatening posters.
12.28 pm: Supporters offer special prayers for Jayalalithaa in Chennai
Supporters offer special prayers for Jayalalithaa in Chennai pic.twitter.com/gYlhonkhjs— ANI (@ANI_news) October 7, 2014
12.24 pm: Protests rage across Tamil Nadu, AIADMK supporters hopeful that Jayalalithaa will be granted bail
12.20 pm: SPP Bhavani Singh argues Jayalalithaa is influential person, if granted bail, may try to escape from conviction.
12.11 pm: Lalu Prasad Yadav was too released on bail by SC after he was convicted in fodder scam: Jethmalani
12.03 pm: Ram Jethmalani argues Jayalalithaa is entitled for bail during pendency of appeal against conviction
11.50 am: Jayalalithaa's lawyers say she should be granted bail. Her health is a concern. She will not abscond as has been alleged by the prosecutor.
11.47 am: AIADMK cadres camp near the court in Karnataka to hear the developments.
11.40 am: Karnataka High Court begins hearing. Public Prosecutor Bhavani Singh opposes bail to Jayalalithaa.
11.26 am: Jayalalithaa bail plea to be taken up as next case in court no. 28 at the Karnataka High Court.
11.16 am: Chennai: Traders protest against Jayalalithaa's arrest
Chennai: Traders protest against Jayalalithaa's arrest pic.twitter.com/w07yeeftpR— ANI (@ANI_news) October 7, 2014
11.13 am: AIADMK poster threatens to hold Kannadigas in Tamil Nadu hostage if Jaya is not given bail (read more)
Controversial posters apparently put up by AIADMK workers in Chennai issue threats if Jayalalithaa isn't released. pic.twitter.com/0dUkcIJWt1— Hindustan Times (@htTweets) October 7, 2014
11. 00 am: Court didnt accept Ram Jethmalani's request to listen to Jayalalithaa's case at earliest, hearing to take place according to the number.