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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.
Union ministers scrape through, many bigwigs lose Former BJP chief minister B S Yeddyurappa won by a huge margin of 3.6 lakh votes on his home turf in Shimoga. Bangalore May 17, 2014 1:22 am UPA's oil and natural gas minister Veerappa Moily emerge
Karnataka, a state that has traditionally bucked the national trend in Lok Sabha elections, will goe to the polls in the fifth phase of the 2014 parliamentary elections. All the 28 seats in the state are among the 121 that go to the polls Thursday.
Fingers crossed, state goes to polls today 4.62 cr electorate to chose from 435 candidates. Electoral officers leave with EVMs for the Lok Sabha polls after a meeting at Kamala Bai School in Bangalore on Wednesday. Karnataka, a state that has
Former chief minister and leader of Janata Dal (Secular) HD Kumaraswamy on Thursday accused the Congress and Chief Minister Siddaramaiah of pumping in as much as Rs 50 crore into each constituency in the state in an effort to win maximum number of
People are aware Kumaraswamy has the wherewithal to address their issues' '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' A small group from rural Belgaum is in the waiting hall of a Bangalore guesthouse that H D Kumaraswamy uses as an office as
BJP MLA MP Kumaraswamy staged a protest against the state government on Wednesday, condemning the negligence of the finance department in releasing the sanctioned amount to carry out road upgradation work in his Chikmagalur district constituency. The
Former chief minister and state JD(S) chief HD Kumaraswamy is turning a new leaf...He runs the JD(S) party website; has got himself a tablet to surf on the go; and links with people and news via Twitter and Facebook besides various news websites. All
Keeping the approaching assembly elections in mind, the JD(S) has stepped up efforts to garner the support of Vokkaliga leaders, minorities and OBCs in the old Mysore region and coastal areas. However, JD(S) state chief HD Kumaraswamy did not want to
Karnataka High Court today reserved orders on a petition by former Chief Minister and JDS state President H D Kumaraswamy seeking quashing of a case filed against him for alleged illegal denotification of government land in 2007 when he was the Chief