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Karnataka: Cong legislators skip crucial meet, party sequesters MLAs to resort fearing 'poaching' by BJP

The CLP leader also warned that he would send out notices seeking an explanation to absentees who skipped the meeting in Bengaluru today. He further said that he would speak to the high command on this matter.

BJP single largest party in Karnataka as saffron surge shows no sign of fading

Karnataka election results 2018: The impressive performance in Karnataka reaffirms that the Modi wave that swept the General Elections in 2014 and has been painting the national map saffron since remains as strong as ever.

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Inside Track: Socking it to Jinnah

Singh, as a student, was playing in a hockey match in Peshawar in 1945 when the ball hit a bystander. The man turned out to be none other than Jinnah.

Karnataka Assembly election 2018: BJP 21st or Congress again? Over to voters today

Through his campaign over the last 10 days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi kept telling crowds at his 21 rallies how 20 states have come under the sway of the BJP since 2014 and that Karnataka would be next.

When Siddaramaiah sought votes for 'Narendra Modi' and Amit Shah called Yeddyurappa govt 'most corrupt'

Addressing a rally at Malavalli in Mandya district on Tuesday, Siddaramaiah said that every vote cast for Modi in the May 12 polls was akin to voting for him, much to the amusement of the crowd.

Karnataka elections 2018: CM Siddaramaiah sends Rs 100 crore defamation notice to PM Modi, Amit Shah

Siddaramaiah has sought 'unconditional public apology' immediately from the prime minister and others through electronic, print and social media failing which they would face legal action.

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Karnataka Assembly elections 2018: PM Modi speaking at low level, says CM Siddaramaiah

Stating that the Karnataka election would be a three-cornered contest between the Congress, BJP and JD(S), CM Siddaramaiah accused the saffron party of "experimenting communalism" in the coastal region of the southern state.

Karnataka elections: Nothing wrong in Siddaramaiah contesting from 2 seats, even Modi did it, says Kharge

Badami has a strong presence of Kuruba community, to which Siddaramaiah belongs. The constituency is seen as a safer option for him as reports have suggested the battle on Chamundeshwari seat will not be easy for the chief minister.

Income Tax dept asks Karnataka govt for tender payments data

Director general of income tax (investigation) for the region, B R Balakrishnan, in an April 6 letter to Karnataka chief secretary Ratna Prabha, has sought data regarding tender payments released by the state government.

States need more autonomy for policies: Siddaramaiah

“Relatively well-developed states like Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra contribute more to central taxes than what they get in return from the Centre," Siddaramaiah said

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