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Cafe Coffee Day owner missing: Police team leaves for Bengaluru to conduct inquiry

Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) Owner VG Siddhartha Missing News: He was en route a business trip to Sakaleshpur and was last seen near Ullal bridge over the Netravati River.

Express daily briefing: Cafe Coffee Day owner missing; 17 killed as Pakistan military aircraft crashes near Rawalpindi; and more

Top news this morning: Cafe Coffee Day owner VG Siddhartha missing; 17 killed in Pakistan military aircraft crash near Rawalpindi; Rajya Sabha to take up triple talaq Bill today and much more.

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I-T raids SM Krishna son-in-law's office in Bengaluru

The former external affairs minister left the Congress party and joined the BJP earlier this year in what some Congress leaders claimed was an attempt to protect his son-in-law's businesses from being targeted by tax and other authorities.

Congress picks IIM-B professor for RS

Both Krishna and Gowda belong to the dominant Vokkaliga community.

Cong picks IIM's Rajeev Gowda over S M Krishna for Rajya Sabha nomination from Karnataka

Krishna to retire from Rajya Sabha on June 25, did not receive Congress assent to file nominations for RS polls.

Cabinet rejig: Kamat,Muttemwar may get in

The proposed Union Cabinet reshuffle may see a couple of leaders from Maharashtra bagging ministerial posts.

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Krishna hits out at Cong selection process

Making no secret of the fact that he is hurt,former Union minister and senior Congress leader S M Krishna on Saturday attacked candidate selection

S M Krishna skips Congress manifesto-release function

krishna is seen to be ignored in the candidates selection process for May 5 Assembly elections.

Back on poll scene,Krishna campaigns for father-son duo

After staying away from the launch of the Congress campaign in Karnataka,former external affairs minister and chief minister S M Krishna

Cong balances caste equation in first list

The Congress also attempted to put in stringent guidelines like the rejection of candidates who lost by more than 20,000 votes in the 2008 polls as well as restricting tickets to multiple family members.

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