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Epicentre of political quake
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Epicentre of political quake

Mysuru: With two of its MLAs — A.H. Vishwanath and K.C. Narayanagowda — tendering their resignation in Bengaluru on Saturday, the JD(S) feels the heat in Mysuru region, the party’s stronghold. While Vishwanath, who recently quit as the State JD(S) Chief, was elected from Hunsur Assembly segment in Mysuru district, Narayanagowda was elected for the…

Siddharamaiah-Parameshwara engage in verbal duel
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Siddharamaiah-Parameshwara engage in verbal duel

Bengaluru: Even as the spate of resignations by party MLAs rattled the Congress on Saturday, CLP leader Siddharamaiah and Deputy CM Dr. G. Parameshwara were reportedly engaged in a verbal duel about the mess in the party. The two leaders who took part in a meeting called by Karnataka Congress in-Charge K.C. Venugopal here yesterday,…

Coalition Government on the brink of collapse
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Coalition Government on the brink of collapse

15 MLAs — 10 Congress, 3 JD(S), 2 Independents — arrive at Vidhana Soudha to resign Bengaluru: Crisis in the coalition Government in Karnataka deepened a day after auspicious Ashada Shukravara as 15 MLAs walked into the Speaker’s chambers in Vidhana Soudha this noon to tender their resignations, pushing the 14-month-old Government into a brink…

MLAs are not saleable commodities: Sait
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MLAs are not saleable commodities: Sait

Mysuru: Dismayed over today’s political developments in the State that has threatened to rock the JD(S)-Congress Coalition Government, Narasimharaja MLA Tanveer Sait has said that MLAs were not trading commodities who could be purchased. Speaking to SOM this afternoon on reports that over a dozen MLAs from coalition would put in their resignations today, Tanveer,…

Vishwanath meets BJP MPs in Delhi
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Vishwanath meets BJP MPs in Delhi

New Delhi: Even as the JD(S)-Congress coalition Government in Karnataka is on a shaky wicket with the resignation of two Congress MLAs, senior JD(S) leader and MLA A.H. Vishwanath had a breakfast meeting with a couple of BJP MPs from the State at Karnataka Bhavan here this morning. Vishwanath, who had left Bengaluru four-days ago…

Setback to Coalition Government as two Congress MLAs quit
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Setback to Coalition Government as two Congress MLAs quit

Bengaluru: Even before the JD(S)-Congress Coalition Government could heave a sigh of relief that dissidence in both camps had been contained, two Congress MLAs resigned on Monday, setting alarm bells ringing for the ruling coalition. Just hours after Vijayanagar-Hospet MLA Anand Singh dropped a bomb on the coalition by resigning, Gokak Congress MLA Ramesh Jarkiholi…

BJP membership drive launched in Mysuru
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BJP membership drive launched in Mysuru

Internal dissensions may lead to collapse of Coalition Government: Ex-Dy.CM Mysuru: Asserting that the BJP would not make any attempt to topple the JD(S)-Congress Coalition Government, Senior BJP leader and former Deputy CM R. Ashoka has said that the BJP is ready to form the Government in case the Coalition Government collapses on its own….

Ballari Congress MLA Anand Singh resigns
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Ballari Congress MLA Anand Singh resigns

BJP ‘perpetually day-dreaming’ of toppling Government, tweets CM Bengaluru: Barely 48 hours after Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy left for the US to participate in the bhoomi puja for Kalabhairaveshwara Temple to be built by Vokkaliga community, sections of MLAs from the Congress camp have become active and are said to be plotting to overthrow the…

BJP victory pushes coalition regime to the edge
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BJP victory pushes coalition regime to the edge

Embattled Congress and JD(S) hold on to each other tightly determined to save the government at any cost Bengaluru:  The BJP recorded its biggest victory in Karnataka, the only Southern State it has ever breached, registering victory in 25 of Karnataka’s 28 Lok Sabha seats. The party crossed its previous high of 19 seats registered…

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