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Rebel MLAs shy away from deal

Bengaluru, Oct. 8: Karnataka’s dissident BJP MLAs on Friday seemed to have backed out of a reconciliation indicated on Thursday with the state BJP.

The BJP dissidents did not announce whether they w

CPI(M), Congress are main political rivals: BJP

Noting that the Congress and CPI(M) are BJP's key political rivals, V.

Congress denies any hand in Karnataka crisis

The Congress on Saturday denied it had joined hands with the Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) to bring down the Bharatiya Jananta Party (BJP) government in Karnataka.

C.P. Thakur resigns as Bihar BJP chief

In a blow to the BJP ahead of the Assembly polls, Bihar BJP president C.P.

Karnataka govt crisis will be solved by Saturday: Parrikar

Senior BJP leader Manohar Parrikar on Friday held talks with dissident Karnataka legislators here and exuded confidence that the crisis facing the state government will be blown over by Saturday as "c

11 BJP rebel MLAs served notice under anti-defection law

Acting on a complaint by chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa on anti-party activities, Karnataka assembly Speaker K.G.

Yeddyurappa in Kerala temple, confident of proving majority

Karnataka chief minister B.S.

K'taka trouble: BJP confident of winning trust vote

Bangalore: BJP has expressed confidence on winning the October 11 trust vote, amid indications that the crisis faced by the 28-month-old Yeddyurappa ministry is set to blow-over.

Along with BJP gener

Facing serious rebellion, BSY sacks 4 Ministers

Bangalore: Faced with a serious rebellion threatening the stability of the first-ever BJP government in the south, Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa today sacked four dissident ministers and ac

Karnataka crisis: BSY asked to prove majority by Oct 12

Bangalore: On a day of swift developments, 21 MLAs have withdrawn support to the B S Yeddyurappa government, according to rebel leader P M Narendraswamy after meeting Governor H R Bhardwaj. The Govern

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