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Karnataka bypolls: Congress storms JD(S) bastion, wins two Lok Sabha seats

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Bengaluru: Striking a heavy blow to the JD(S) in its heartland, the ruling Congress in Karnataka on Saturday wrested the Mandya and Bangalore Rural Lok Sabha seats from it with impressive margins in

Bypoll: Low turnout worries all


Bengaluru: Will the appallingly low voter turnout in Mandya and Bangalore (Rural) Lok Sabha constituencies benefit the ruling Congress or Janata Dal (S), backed by a combined Opposition?
Leaders of b

Cong to JD(S): Are you secular?


Bengaluru: The Congress hit back at the combined opposition for striking a grand alliance to defeat the party in the Lok Sabha and Council by-polls.
Speaking to reporters here on Friday, KPCC preside

Ramya does not know where she hails from, says JD(S) leader about actor, stirs controversy

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Mandya (Karnataka): Stoking a controversy, a local JD(S) leader on Friday made a personal attack on multi-lingual actress Ramya, who is the Congress candidate for Mandya Lok Sabha seat in the Aug 2

JD(S), Congress woo ex-speaker to contest LS by-poll

Bengaluru: Former speaker Krishna, who contested as an indepe­n­dent from K.R. Pet Asse­m­bly constituency as he was denied a ticket by Janata Dal (S), is being pursued by leaders of Dal and Congress

CPM wants JD (S) to decide

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Thiruvananthapuram: Clinging to technicalities, the CPM state secretariat on Saturday decided not to seek the resignation of Jose Thettayil MLA, who is caught in a sex scam.
The secretariat felt th

No vindictive politics: Siddaramaiah


A day after he was elected leader of the Congress legislature party (CLP), Chief Minister designate Siddaramaiah said on Saturday that he would not indulge in vindictive politics, and that his advers

BJP decimated in Karnataka, Congress wins

The BJP was today decimated in the Karnataka assembly elections with Congress set to form a government, may be on its own, wresting power after a gap of seven years.

K'taka: Exit polls predict Cong sweep


Benglauru: An impressive 70.23 per cent turnout of voters in elections to the Legislative Assembly on Sunday indicated a decisive vote for a change of government in Karnataka, bolstering the prospect

One-phase poll makes all smile


Bengaluru: Welcoming the Election Commission announcement to hold elections to the Assembly in a single phase, JD(S) president H.D. Kumaraswamy said his party would upset the calculations of poll pun

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