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January 4, 1988
The widow of Indian film idol and politician M. G. Ramachandran has been chosen to succeed her husband as chief minister of India's key southern state of Tamil Nadu, the United News of India reported. Janaki Ramachandran will be sworn in on Thursday, according to State Gov. S. L. Khurana, who said he made the appointment conditional on her being able to show within three weeks that she will have a majority in the state assembly.
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January 31, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
The Indian government Saturday fired the widow of M.G. Ramachandran, a screen idol turned politician, as chief minister of Tamil Nadu and imposed direct rule on India's southernmost state. The decision opened up a battle for supremacy between the widow, Janaki Ramachandran, and her husband's former leading lady and close associate, Jayalalitha. President Ramaswami Venkataraman said he had agreed to a request from S.L.
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January 31, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
The Indian government Saturday fired the widow of M.G. Ramachandran, a screen idol turned politician, as chief minister of Tamil Nadu and imposed direct rule on India's southernmost state. The decision opened up a battle for supremacy between the widow, Janaki Ramachandran, and her husband's former leading lady and close associate, Jayalalitha. President Ramaswami Venkataraman said he had agreed to a request from S.L.
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January 4, 1988
The widow of Indian film idol and politician M. G. Ramachandran has been chosen to succeed her husband as chief minister of India's key southern state of Tamil Nadu, the United News of India reported. Janaki Ramachandran will be sworn in on Thursday, according to State Gov. S. L. Khurana, who said he made the appointment conditional on her being able to show within three weeks that she will have a majority in the state assembly.
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