10:41 pm: Complete breakdown in constitutional machinery in TN: DMK
20:56 pm: Jayalalithaa is Prisoner number 7402 in Parappana Agrahara. Jayalalithaa has been barred from contesting elections in coming 10 years.
20:10 pm: AIADMK workers in Coimbatore block public transport and burn effigies of Subramanian Swamy and Karunanidhi over Jayalalithaa verdict.
7:45 pm: AIADMK workers attacked mediapersons outside Jayalalithaa's residence in Chennai.
7:36 pm: Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary and Tamil Nadu DGP rushed to meet the Governor K Rossiah at the Governor House in Chennai. The city is tense following verdict on Jayalalithaa.
7:15 pm: Mrugesh M, Assistant Public Prosecutor, told that Jayalalithaa has been taken into custody. She will be sent to jail once her medical check-up is done.
7:00 pm: AIADMK supporters attack NDTV crew, damage equipment outside Jayalalithaa's residence in Chennai.
6:45 pm: Tamil Nadu Governor K Rosaiah reviews security; state tense after Jayalalithaa was convicted of corruption.
6:30 pm: Massive protest by AIADMK supporters outside Jayalalithaa's residence in Chennai. Both men and women created a ruckus as police failed to control the mob.
5.52 pm: It's a lesson to be learnt by these kinds of politicians who do not follow any ethics: Rajeev Shukla,Congress on Jayalalithaa verdict
5.48 pm: Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa complains of dizziness, taken to Bangalore hospital
5.40 pm: AIADMK ministers raise slogans outside Bangalore Central Jail over Jayalalithaa being taken to the jail for medical check-up
5.20 pm: Subrmanian Swamy calls for President's rule in Tamil Nadu
4.57 pm: Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa sentenced to 4 years in jail in 18 year old DA case. A fine of Rs. 100 crore fine imposed (read more)
4.48 pm: Reports suggest Jayalalitha has been given prison sentence of 4 years.
4.45 pm: 30 protesters arrested at Parappana Agrahara, Bangalore.
4.28 pm: Self immolation attempt outside Jayalalithaa's Residence
4.25 pm: Bangalore Police extend Section 144 to 5km around the Bangalore Central Jail
4.14 pm: Personally I have not seen the judgement, it would be subject to the regular hierarchy of appeals-Manish Tewari on Jayalalithaa conviction
4.11 pm: Kerala state transport authority suspends all bus services to Tamil Nad.
4.04 pm: DMK office attacked in Pudukottai
3.55 pm: Buses being burnt in Vilathikulam, TN, 51 KSRTC buses stuck in Chennai.
3.45 pm: Prosecutor asks for seven years jail term for Jayalalithaa.
3.27 pm: Violence erupts in TN following verdict, bus traffic halted in many places. A Kancheepuram bus has been burnt, 4 people injured
3.20 pm: Stone pelting at Subramanian Swamy's and Karunanidhi's residence, AIADMK workers go on rampage.
3.15 pm: Stone pelting at Karunanidhi's residence, Reinforcement arrives
3.10 pm: Several private companies in Tamil Nadu are declaring emergency holiday while DMK and AIADMK members clash outside Karunanidhi's house.
3.03 pm: In Madurai, AIADMK cadres pelt stones in a few places. Police have stepped up security near Subramanian Swamy's house.
DMK workers celebrate in Chennai after court's verdict in J Jayalalithaa DA case pic.twitter.com/rpzxMWoC5f— ANI (@ANI_news) September 27, 2014
2.48 pm: Jayalalithaa pleads, asks the judge to reduce the sentence as she is unwell.
When I won the 2 G case JJ claimed credit. Why not now for DA case she claim credit ?— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) September 27, 2014
2.35 pm: Reports suggest quantum of sentence could be on the higher side, as she has been convicted under 3 charges. Special Court convicted Jayalalithaa in the Rs.66.65 crore disproportionate assets case
2.20 pm: Jayalalithaa found guilty in disproportionate assets case (read more)
1.42 pm: Verdict deferred till 3 pm, Jaya tells court that the case is politically motivated
1.20 pm: No confirmation on the verdict but DMK cadres are celebrating outside Karunanidhi's house
1.10 pm: DMK workers gather outside M Karunanidhi's residence in Chennai
12.37 pm: Delay in verdict because the charges are being read both in English and Tamil.
12.25 pm: Court to announce verdict shortly on Jayalalithaa's disproportionate assets case .
12.05 pm: Premature celebrations at AIADMK HQ as supporters burst fireworks even before the verdict is announced.
12.00 pm: Power supply disrupted in parts of Tamil Nadu.
11.53 am: AIADMK supporters gather near Karnataka border
Hosur(TN) : AIADMK supporters gather near Karnataka border pic.twitter.com/dmmHkRjCNt— ANI (@ANI_news) September 27, 2014
11.50 am: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's supporters also hold protests outside her house
11.45 am: Court likely to deliver verdict in J Jayalalithaa DA case at 1 pm : Sources
11.31 am: Hosur(TN) : Police checks a bus for AIADMK supporters on their way to Bangalore. Bus services between TN and Karnataka suspended
Hosur(TN) : Police checks a bus for AIADMK supporters on their way to Bangalore pic.twitter.com/y8firGBw26— ANI (@ANI_news) September 27, 2014
11.18 am: Ahead of verdict Stalin meets Karunanidhi at his residence.
11.10 am: Police lathicharge Jayalalithaa's supporters. AIADMK workers stage protest in Hosur, Tamil Nadu, police detain several party workers
11.02 am: Judge D'Cunha will read judgement anytime now, all accused, prosecution and defence lawyers inside court.
10.55 am: If Jayalalithaa is convicted in the case, she will be disqualified for 6 years as an MLA.
Disproportionate assets case: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa reaches Bangalore court for verdict pic.twitter.com/mgGpiXzd5o— NDTV (@ndtv) September 27, 2014
10.30 am: Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on her way to the Special Court in Gandhi Bhavan, police sources say.
10.23 am: Most AIADMK big-wigs take position 20 metres away from court with VVIP passes.
10.03 am: Judge of Special Court John Michael Cunha just arrived with full security to the court venue
10.00 am: Security tightened outside court in Bangalore ahead of verdict in TN CM J Jayalalithaa DA case. Five layer security cover outside court
Security tightened outside court in Bangalore ahead of verdict in TN CM J Jayalalithaa DA case pic.twitter.com/IkKWig8EvT— ANI (@ANI_news) September 27, 2014
9.43 am: Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa's flight lands at Bangalore HAL Airport
9.34 am: AIADMK workers bring traffic to a halt on Hosur Road on the way to court complex
9.02 am: Jayalalithaa left Poes Garden residence in Chennai at 8.30 am. Will take special aircraft to Bangalore at 9 am
9.00 am: Bangalore police bandobast in road leading to Parappana Agrahara jail
8.50 am: DA case: TN CM Jayalalithaa's convoy leaves from her residence in Chennai,will appear before Bangalore court today
DA case: TN CM Jayalalithaa’s convoy leaves from her residence in Chennai,will appear before Bangalore court today pic.twitter.com/JTmAgmyJtd— ANI (@ANI_news) September 27, 2014