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The Iron-Willed Jayalalithaa
The journey of J. Jayalalithaa, six-time Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu is an interesting story reflecting her determination, grit, strictness, and strength in an arena as difficult as politics and in times where male held the hegemony and in a society deeply entrenched with patriarchic mindset. Amidst the sea of difficulties around her, she walked tall cultivating a personality cult that even the senior-most cabinet male ministers to genuflect in front of her.

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