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Karnataka big fight: BJP sweeps state, Congress-JD(S) fails to hold fort

BJP has secured 25 out of 28 seats in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections while coalition partners Congress and JD(S) struggled by winning only one seat each.  Sumalatha Ambareesh, the lone independent candidate, who won from Mandya, is also backed by the BJP.

'Nikhil Ellidiyappa' : JD (S) plans to pre-empt trolls targeting Kumaraswamy's son

The phrase was originally coined in 2016 by CM Kumaraswamy when he uttered “Nikhil ello kanthaella, ellidiyappa?,” (Nikhil, you can’t be seen, where are you?) during the launch of the music album for a movie titled ‘Jaguar’. The Kannada-Telugu bilingual film which marked Nikhil's debut in Sandalwood interestingly was produced by Kumaraswamy himself.

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Lok Sabha elections Karnataka Highlights: BJP, Congress, JD (S) fire up campaigns as poll dates near

Karnataka elections 2019: As the election heats up, Karnataka Congress has sought the EC to intervene and transfer the IT chief of the Karnataka region for a free and fair poll in the state.

Sumalatha to gain from discord among Cong-JD(S) workers in Mandya, says son

"At the top level, whatever alliance Congress and JD(S) may have had, on the ground, day by day, the discord among grassroots workers is growing over Nikhil's candidature. This is benefiting my mother's electoral prospects," Abhishek, Sumalatha's son said.

Sumalatha Ambareesh: In Mandya, standing between the CM Kumaraswamy’s son and a win, a star wife

Sumalatha says the Vokkaliga votes will split, and she is banking on the Dalits and Kurubas, who make up the traditional Congress vote bank.

Girl attacked with machete by jilted lover in Bengaluru, still nabs him

A girl, who was attacked with a machete by three persons, including a man whose proposal she had spurned, managed to nab him despite suffering deep injuries

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In Mandya, discordant notes in show of Cong unity

Ramya is still a young girl learning politics. She is arrogant and sometimes fights with me. She will learn gradually, Ambreesh said.

CM promises cheaper sand

The green slag produced as a byproduct in the steel industry could be used as an alternative to river sand.

Sonia backs PM: 'his leadership behind all our achievements'

She was speaking at a rally in Mandya to thank the Karnataka electorate for voting for the Congress in the Assembly polls.

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