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JD(S) likely to release manifesto next week
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JD(S) likely to release manifesto next week

Bengaluru, Apr.28 (KMS& US)- The manifesto of JD(S) in the context of State Assembly election is said to be ready and likely to be released in a week. The manifesto is believed to focus mainly on farmers, poor people and rural development. Most of the salient points in the manifesto have already been disclosed by…

Pooja Gandhi re-joins JD(S)
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Pooja Gandhi re-joins JD(S)

Ahead of Karnataka Assembly polls, sandalwood actress Pooja Gandhi re-joined the Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) at the party’s office in Bengaluru yesterday in the presence of Party National Working President P.G.R. Sindhia. The actress had quit the party in 2012 to join Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP). She later quit KJP too, to join Badavara Shramikara Raitara…

P.G.R. Sindhia to contest from Basavakalayan
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P.G.R. Sindhia to contest from Basavakalayan

Bengaluru: After much dilly-dallying, the JD(S) yesterday announced its second list of 56 candidates for the  Assembly polls. The second list has many political leaders who have hopped from their respective parties after they were denied tickets. The party has announced candidatures of senior leader P.G.R. Sindhia from Basavakalayan, Prakash Khandre, sitting BJP MLA who…

Going green to garner votes
Chamaraja, Elections 2018, News

Going green to garner votes

Mysuru: Even as the election fever is hotting up, political parties are finding novel ways to woo the voters. If one party shows its admiration to its leader by garlanding him with 750-kg apples, another party is going green to match its party colour. Here is Chamaraja Constituency JD(S) candidate Prof. K.S. Rangappa riding a…

JD(S) functioning like second wing of RSS: Rahul Gandhi
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JD(S) functioning like second wing of RSS: Rahul Gandhi

Srirangapatna:  “Today JD(S) is functioning like a second wing of RSS,” alleged Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi. He was speaking during the ‘Janashirvad Yatra’ at Kuvempu Circle on Bengaluru-Mysuru Road here yesterday. The Congress Chief contended that JD(S) was claiming as a true secular party but unfortunately was functioning like a B-team of BJP. Compensation: Referring…

Rahul calls JD(S) Janata Dal Sangh Parivar
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Rahul calls JD(S) Janata Dal Sangh Parivar

Malavalli: Three days after calling the Janata Dal (Secular), the BJP’s ‘B’ team at a rally in Hassan, AICC President Rahul Gandhi continued his attack on the party, calling it ‘Janata Dal Sangh Parivar!’ Addressing Congress workers at Sri Kanaka Dasa Stadium here during the party’s ‘Janashirvada’ Yatra at Malavalli yesterday, Rahul said the ‘S’…

RS Polls: All three Congress nominees and one from BJP win
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RS Polls: All three Congress nominees and one from BJP win

Bengaluru: Congress candidates G.C. Chandrashekar, L. Hanumanthaiah and Syed Nasir Hussain and BJP nominee Rajeev Chandrashekar were elected to the Rajya Sabha (RS) on Monday amid high drama and unprecedented poll boycott by JD(S), citing violation of electoral rules. A candidate required around 38 votes to win the elections. Members of the Legislative Assembly form…

Srirangapatna MLA quits Assembly
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Srirangapatna MLA quits Assembly

Bengaluru: Soon as the Rajya Sabha polls for four seats from the State concluded yesterday, JD(S) rebel MLA from Srirangapatna, Ramesh Babu Bandi Siddegowda resigned his Assembly membership. Ramesh Babu, a rebel JD(S) MLA who turned against the party leadership after the 2016 Rajya Sabha polls, is all set to join the Congress in the…

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