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Deve Gowda, Kharge set for RS berth from Karnataka as nominations draw to a close
The former Prime Minister was accompanied by his sons, former Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy and former Minister H D Revanna, state JD(S) chief H K Kumaraswamy and others, as he filed his papers at the office of the Legislative Assembly Secretary M K Vishalakshi, who is the returning officer for the polls.
Ex-CM H D Kumaraswamy terms stimulus package a bundle of lies
Kumaraswamy said no special skills are required to understand the truth and pe...
Row over naming Bengaluru city's flyover after Veer Savarkar
Leader of Opposition and Former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah termed the move to n...
HD Kumaraswamy asserts social distancing was maintained during son's wedding, thanks Yediyurappa for backing family
The Karnataka CM had said that the wedding was held in simple fashion.
Scores throng former PM's grandson's wedding venue ignoring lockdown norms
cores of people thronged a farmhouse to get a glimpse of the wedding of former Prime Minister and JD(S) supremo, H D Deve Gowda's grandson Nikhil Kumaraswamy, ignoring appeals not to visit the venue in view of the ongoing lockdown in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
59 arrested for attacking health officials in Bengaluru
A large number of people, mostly youth from the minority community poured on to the road on Sunday and thrashed the health workers who had gone to quarantine some people who were the primary and secondary contacts of the health workers. Some local residents who went to the rescue of these officials were also thrashed.
The corona effect: HD Kumaraswamy junks grand bash, to host low-key wedding for son at home
The former Karnataka CM said that only close family members will attend the April 17 ceremony.
Wish Yediyurappa be a successful Margdarshak for BJP which is misled on issues: Siddaramaiah
Greeting Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on his birthday, Congress leader and leader of opposition in the Karnataka assembly Siddaramaiah on Thursday wished that he would be a successful Margdarshak for the BJP, which is "misled" on issues.
Siddaramaiah raises doubts over Yediyurappa govt's "longevity"
Leader of the Opposition in Karnataka Assembly Siddaramaiah took a dig at Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa and said "if you are continuing... happy Mr Yediyurappa, what trouble will I have, but we don't have guarantee that you will continue or not, because lot of things are happening within your party, we will not get involved into those things or do anything."
Does anti-defection law need an overhaul?
The 1960s and 1970s political arena was marked by ‘Aya Rams and Gaya Rams’, the coinage credited to Haryana MLA Gaya Lal who changed his loyalty to parties thrice in a short span of time in 1967. Haryana had two other stalwarts in the defection game — Rao Birendra Singh and Bhajan Lal.
Ahead of civic polls, BS Yediyurappa pushes for Bengaluru infra projects
Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa has showered projects on Bengaluru city, though some of them are a reaffirmation of old ones in his budget. Not to be missed, however, is the timing: the elections to Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) are due in September.
Won't be cowed down by threats, says Kumaraswamy
"I will not stay quiet because of such threats. I know who is behind it. Those belonging to BJP linked organisations speak about terror activities of other community, while there are terrorists within. Very carefully they conduct their activities," he said. Speaking to reporters here, Kumaraswamy said he would not be cowed down by such threats by right wing outfits.
Deve Gowda's JDS may rope in Prashant Kishor to craft strategy on party revival
After facing setbacks in successive polls, the JD(S)leadership is planning to hold talks with poll strategist Prashant Kishor on plans to revive the party for the future, top party sources said on Thursday.
NRC, CAA are "mischief" of Cong, BJP, says Kumaraswamy
Kumaraswamy recalled the struggle of the freedom fighters to protect the interests of citizens and claimed that they are in danger now.
BJP appears headed for a splendid show in Karnataka bypolls
The BJP needs to win at least six of those 15 seats to remain in a majority in the assembly. Trends available so far showed Congress leading in two (Shivajinagar and Hunsur), while JD(S) and an independent candidate were ahead in Yeshwanthpura and Hoskote constituencies respectively. In the previous elections, the Congress had won in 12 of those 15 seats.