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Coordination panel likely to meet on June 14
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Coordination panel likely to meet on June 14

Bengaluru: The issue of farm loan waiver, whose modalities are yet to be worked out, is likely to figure in the first coordination committee meeting of the Janata Dal (Secular)-Congress coalition government likely to be held next week. A statement from former Chief Minister Siddharamaiah’s camp yesterday stated that the committee is set to meet…

25 Ministers Sworn-in: 15 from Congress, 10 from JD(S)
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25 Ministers Sworn-in: 15 from Congress, 10 from JD(S)

JD(S) Ministers: H.D. Revanna, G.T. Devegowda, Bandeppa Kashampur, C.S. Puttaraju, D.C. Thammanna, Venkatrao Nadagowda, S.R. Srinivas, M.C. Managuli and Sa.Ra. Mahesh. N. Mahesh of the BSP, the alliance partner of JD(S) was also inducted into the Ministry. Congress Ministers: D.K. Shivakumar, R.V. Deshpande, K.J. George, Krishna Bhyregowda, Rajashekar Basavaraj Patil, Shivananda Patil, Priyank Kharge, U.T….

GTD defends JD(S) decision to form Government with Congress
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GTD defends JD(S) decision to form Government with Congress

Mysuru:  Defending his party’s decision to form the government with Congress in the backdrop of a hung verdict in the Assembly polls, Chamundeshwari JD(S) MLA G.T. Devegowda (GTD)said that both the parties had come together to keep the BJP out of power. Addressing a press meet at a private hotel here this morning, GTD said…

Indebted to Congress, not people of State: HDK
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Indebted to Congress, not people of State: HDK

Bengaluru: Stating that he was not indebted to six-and-a-half crore people of the State, but indebted to the Congress, which made him the Chief Minister, H.D. Kumaraswamy has said that he will resign from his post if he failed to waive crop loans within a week. Speaking to press persons after offering floral tributes to…

Ministry formation becoming headache for Congress
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Ministry formation becoming headache for Congress

New Delhi:  The much awaited Cabinet expansion of Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy-led coalition government in the State is getting longer as the discussions by the Congress leaders here with the High Command with regard to sharing of portfolios remained inconclusive. Even after camping in Delhi for two days and holding discussions with All India Congress…

HDK wins Trust Vote with 116 MLAs as BJP walks out
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HDK wins Trust Vote with 116 MLAs as BJP walks out

Bengaluru: Putting an end to the prolonged, yet high-voltage political drama in Karnataka 10 days since the declaration of election results, the three-day old H.D. Kumaraswamy (HDK) government yesterday won the vote of confidence in the Legislative Assembly amid a walkout by the BJP MLAs. With 37 JD(S) MLAs, 78 Congress MLAs and support of…

BSY targets ‘father and son’
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BSY targets ‘father and son’

Bengaluru: In an aggressive speech against the Janata Dal (S) – Congress coalition Government before the Trust Vote yesterday, Leader of the Opposition B.S. Yeddyurappa (BSY) targeted “father and son” (Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy and the former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda) while predicting that the alliance will end up “discrediting the Congress.” BSY used…

HDK visits Chamundi Hill Temple
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HDK visits Chamundi Hill Temple

Mysuru:  After standing testimony to a high-pitched and bitter election campaign, the State will witness the second swearing-in ceremony in less than a week when Chief Minister-designate H.D. Kumaraswamy of the JD(S) will take oath on the flight of stairs of the Vidhana Soudha at 4.30 pm today. He will assume office along with Deputy…

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