Tag: Karnataka Elections 2018

Karnataka Assembly Polls – 2018: Congress faces uphill task in Narasimharaja Constituency
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Karnataka Assembly Polls – 2018: Congress faces uphill task in Narasimharaja Constituency

Mysuru: The ruling Congress is facing tough challenge from BJP and JD(S) in the forthcoming Assembly polls in Mysuru region and even the constituencies that is traditionally considered as safe places for Congress are emerging as a tough nut to crack for the party. Take Narasimharaja Assembly constituency for example. It has a substantial concentration…

BJP releases charge-sheets against State Government
Elections 2018, News

BJP releases charge-sheets against State Government

Bengaluru:  The BJP yesterday released three charge-sheets against the ruling Congress Government in the State. The charge-sheet booklets were against the Government’s apathy towards farmers, collapse of Law and Order in the State and misgovernance of Bengaluru. Union Information Technology (IT) Minister Ravishankar Prasad released the charge-sheet booklets and inaugurated the BJP media centre in…

Police launches ‘Single Window’ for clearing Poll events
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Police launches ‘Single Window’ for clearing Poll events

Mysuru: With the State Assembly polls scheduled to take place on May 12, the City Police have launched a ‘Single Window System’ at the Office of the City Police Commissioner on Mirza Road, Nazarbad, for granting approval for election related events. The Single Window System, which was launched yesterday (April 1), will function from 10…

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…

City Police warn rowdies; make them sign bonds
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City Police warn rowdies; make them sign bonds

Mysuru:  In the background of forthcoming Assembly election that will be held on May 12 and subsequent counting and the announcement of results, the City Police have warned rowdy-sheeters not to threaten or force citizens with regard to any of the voting process, failing which they would face criminal action. A rowdy parade of Narasimharaja…

Siddharamaiah visits 22 villages in a single day
Chamundeshwari, Elections 2018, News

Siddharamaiah visits 22 villages in a single day

Mysuru: After taking a day’s break at a resort in Bandipur, Chief Minister Siddharamaiah yesterday resumed his election campaign in Chamundeshwari Assembly segment, from where he is going to contest. Siddharamaiah after having breakfast at Ramya-Mahendra Restaurant near RTO Circle in city, left for election campaign. The CM began his campaign by holding a road…

Amit Shah prays to Kote Anjaneya, winds up Mysuru tour
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Amit Shah prays to Kote Anjaneya, winds up Mysuru tour

Mysuru: BJP National President Amit Shah, who began his two-day whirlwind tour of Mysuru yesterday morning by visiting Suttur Mutt and seeking the blessings of Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji, concluded his tour this morning by visiting Kote Anjaneyaswamy Temple and performing special pujas there. Beginning his day speaking to reporters from 10.20 am till 11.05…

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