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SM Krishna set to campaign in Mandya tomorrow

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Mandya: The hatchet appears to have been buried, at least for the time being, as former Chief Minister S.M. Krishna is all set to campaign in Mandya on August 16.
The continuing rift between him an

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

Congress gears up for 2014 polls


Bengaluru: KPCC president Dr G. Parameshwar on Friday discussed various issues, including preparations for next year’s elections to Lok Sabha with former external affairs minister S.M. Krishna, her

Karnataka polls: Mandya sugar turns bitter for Congress?


Mandya: In his strongest attack yet on the ruling BJP on the issue of corruption, AICC Vice-President Rahul Gandhi delivered his longest and most impassioned speech these elections in the sugar city

S M Krishna angry, Delhi rushes in


Bengaluru: Describing himself repeatedly as just a “foot soldier” out to drum up support for the Congress, former exte­r­n­al affairs minister S.M. Krishna says “my karma (deed) will end on the eve­n

SMK left out of poll panel, loyalists to lobby in Delhi


Supporters of former external affairs minister, S.M. Krishna have decided to go to New Delhi to lobby for a plum post for their leader.

Mr Krishna, who resigned from the Union cabinet, could not fi

S.M. Krishna jathre stalls airport traffic


Former external affairs minister S.M. Krishna received a rousing welcome on his return to Bengaluru but his comeback did leave air travellers in a spot with traffic on the road leading to the airport

Analysis: Krishna's loss may not be Congress' gain

S.M. Krishna quit as external affairs minister ostensibly because the Congress wants the services of its tallest leader in Karnataka to recapture power in the state in the assembly polls, due early ne

Cabinet revamp: 10 new faces likely, juniors to be promoted


Union Council of Ministers is setfor a major revamp on Sunday with at least 10 new faces likely to be inducted and some Ministers of State to be promoted besides a rejig in Cabinet portfolios wherein

Judge takes toll on NICE? Road, orders ex-CMs probed

In a not-so-nice turn of events for Ashok Kheny’s Nandi Infrastructure Corr­idor Enterprises, which is building the controversial and much-delayed Bengal­u­­ru-Mysore Expressway, Lokayukta court judge

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