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Legislators from the Janata Dal Secular party of former prime minister H D Devegowda are set to embark on a private tour of Sri Lanka this month to boost the depleted morale within the party ranks following a dismal performance in the Lok Sabha polls.
Reporters Without Borders and its partner organization, Journalist for Democracy in Sri Lanka (JDS), condemn the action of several hundred soldiers in surrounding the headquarters of the Tamil-language daily Uthayan in the
JD(S) will be force to reckon with after polls: Gowda I am not aspiring to be the Prime Minister...The JDS would finalize its manifesto in a couple of days and he would later campaign for the party, said H D Devegowda. (Express Archive) Former
Storming the JDS bastion, the ruling Congress in Karnataka today won the Mandya and Bangalore Rural Lok Sabha seats with impressive margins. Multi-lingual actress Ramya, making her electoral debut, trounced JDS' C S Puttaraju in Mandya by a margin of
State BJP chief Prahlad Joshi today dismissed suggestions that his party is soft on the JDS with an eye on post-poll tie-up with the H D Deve Gowda-led outfit but asserted that the Congress would be the main rival in the May five Assembly elections. "
Two prominent leaders of Vokkaliga community quit the BJP and joined the Janata Dal(S) in the last few days, GT Deve Gowda former chairman of the Karnataka State Housing Board and a senior co-operative, earlier MLA of Chamaraja constituency
Grease devils a new military phenomenon unleashing State terror in NE: JDS [TamilNet, Friday, 02 September 2011, 06:42 GMT] The Journalist for Democracy in Sri Lanka (JDS), a media organisation of exiled group of Journalists from the island, Thursday
Bopaiah had disqualified the independents after they withdrew their support to the BJP government A full bench of the Karnataka High Court today commenced hearing on a batch of petitions by five independent MLAs challenging their disqualification
Bangalore, India, October 21, The Karnataka High Court today reserved its orders on petitions filed by eleven rebel Bharatiya Janata Party MLAs challenging their disqua
The JD(S) Karnataka unit today demanded resignation of Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa accusing him of indulging in favouritism and abuse of power for ordering de-notification of lands held by his two sons, which had been acquired by Bangalore