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Congress campaigns in Chamarajanagar

Chamarajanagar : Congress yesterday launched the poll campaign in Chamarajanagar by organising a massive ‘Parivartana Rally’ at B.R. Ambedkar Stadium. Addressing the gathering, former CM Siddharamaiah claimed that all the 165 pre-poll promises made by the Congress were fulfilled during his five years as Chief Minister. Lashing out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for failing…

Dosti seat-sharing: 20 for Congress, 8 for JD(S)
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Dosti seat-sharing: 20 for Congress, 8 for JD(S)

Bengaluru: The Congress in Karnataka managed to secure 20 seats out of 28 to fight the coming Lok Sabha elections after several rounds of talks with the JD(S) leaders. The JD(S) climbed down from its initial demand of 12 seats and settled for eight. Former Chief Minister and the Chairman of the JD(S)-Congress Co-ordination Committee,…

Congress condemns unethical tactics of BJP
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Congress condemns unethical tactics of BJP

Mysuru: About 50 members of District and City Congress staged a protest at Gandhi Square here yesterday condemning the alleged unethical techniques employed by BJP to destabilise the State Coalition Government. The protesters alleged that BJP was resorting to horse-trading to woo the Congress Legislators to their fold. They pointed out that the audio tape…

Congress to seek disqualification of four disgruntled MLAs
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Congress to seek disqualification of four disgruntled MLAs

Bengaluru: The Congress has decided to seek the disqualification of four disgruntled legislators, Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Siddharamaiah announced in Bengaluru this morning. The party will move a petition for disqualification of Ramesh Jarkiholi (Gokak), Mahesh Kumthalli (Athani), Umesh Jadhav (Chincholi) and B. Nagendra (Bellary)  as they are said to have been in touch…

Four erring Congress MLAs likely to be disqualified
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Four erring Congress MLAs likely to be disqualified

Absconding MLA Kampli Ganesh in Goa Bengaluru: Four disgruntled MLAs have kept the Congress on tenterhooks as they have remained incommunicado, forcing the party to issue an ultimatum for them to appear before the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) President Dinesh Gundu Rao in person or face disciplinary action. Gundu Rao has said that the…

Can Indira 2.0 save Congress?
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Can Indira 2.0 save Congress?

On 23rd January, the Congress finally played its Ace card when it was left out of the SP-BSP coalition in UP. It appointed Priyanka Gandhi Vadra as the Party General Secretary for Eastern Uttar Pradesh in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections. Priyanka’s entry into full-time politics surely has given hope to most Congressmen….

Priyanka Gandhi enters active politics
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Priyanka Gandhi enters active politics

New Delhi: Ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the Congress this morning appointed Priyanka Gandhi Vadra as General Secretary for Uttar Pradesh East. Priyanka will take charge in the first week of February. In a string of appointments, the party has also appointed K.C. Venugopal as General Secretary of the Congress, apart from his…

Congress MLAs leave Bidadi resort; head to Siddaganga Mutt
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Congress MLAs leave Bidadi resort; head to Siddaganga Mutt

Bengaluru: The Congress Legislature Party (CLP) meeting that was called at 11 am today at Eagleton Resort on the outskirts of Bengaluru amidst political turmoil over the alleged brawl by its MLAs Anand Singh, J.N. Ganesh and Bheema Naik in a drunken state at the resort was cancelled following the deteriorating health condition of Siddaganga…

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