Bjp Karnataka News
Explained: Why is the Karnataka BJP trying to keep BS Yediyurappa happy?
Corruption allegations and the threat of the Lingayat community growing distant has led the state BJP to bring former chief minister BS Yediyurappa closer to the core team
BJP's Karnataka executive adopts resolutions for laws against 'love jihad' and cow slaughter
Karnataka Animal Husbandry Minister Prabhu Chavan has already indicated that the anti-cow slaughter bill will be introduced during the state legislative session starting from 7 December
Poet, journalist arrested in Karnataka after complaint by BJP leader over anti-CAA poem
A poet and a journalist have been arrested in connection with recital of a poem against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizen (NRC) at a government sponsored function in Koppal.
BJP Karnataka tweets video asking Muslim women voters to keep documents ready for NPR; Twitter slams party for 'stupidity'
The Karnataka BJP's remark flies in the face of the government's stated position that NPR enumerators will not ask for any documents for the NPR exercise.
Amid poaching fears, Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy claims daily threat to government hampers performance
Known for his emotional outburst, Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy Thursday appeared to have been taking a veiled attack at his alliance partner Congress as the latter party struggles to put its house in order.
Karnataka MLA row: After Yeddyurappa's allegations, HD Kumaraswamy says 'everything is under control', Congress-JD(S) ties 'strong'
Speaking to reporters, Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy said that the Congress-JD(S) ties were "strong" and the parties would together fight the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.
Karnataka MLA poaching row: Yeddyurappa says BJP faultless, accuses Kumaraswamy of offering money to MLAs himself
In the latest twist to the Karnataka poaching row, BJP state unit chief BS Yeddyurappa has alleged that CM HD Kumaraswamy has been "horse-trading" by offering money and ministerial posts to BJP MLAs.
Karnataka minister RV Deshpande throws sports kits at athletes; BJP terms it 'uncivilised behaviour' part and parcel of Congress
Karnataka revenue minister RV Deshpande on Wednesday courted controversy after a video of him throwing sports kits at athletes from a stage went viral, drawing sharp criticism from the Bharatiya Janata Party
Karnataka Congress working president SR Patil resigns, takes moral responsibility for party's poor show
The Congress had managed to wrest a few seats from BJP, but lost many in North Karnataka, an electorally significant region dominated by Lingayat community.
BJP's Karnataka fiasco: Horse-trading allegations provide fresh ammo to reinvigorated Opposition in Kerala bypolls
The CPM and the Congress are trying to take maximum mileage from BJP's Karnataka fiasco by widely circulating the audio clips in which BJP leaders were heard offering ministerial position and money to JD(S) and Congress MLAs
Karnataka elections: Rahul, Yashwant Sinha, Kejriwal slam SC decision not to stay BSY's swearing-in, say India will mourn the day
Yeddyurappa announced that he had been sworn in as Karnataka chief minister and urged people to maintain faith in the BJP. He said, "I have been sworn in as the Chief Minister in the name of farmers. This is because you trusted and trusted us. It is our responsibility to make sure that the state wants to move on the progress path. Be with us as usual. Let's make your dreams come true. Thank you."
Karnataka election results 2018: BJP's CM candidate BS Yeddyurappa wins in Shikaripura by over 35,000 votes
BJP's chief ministerial candidate BS Yeddyurappa was on Tuesday elected to the Karnataka Assembly from Shikaripura by 35,397 votes, the Election Commission announced
Karnataka Election result 2018: BJP set to return to power; state in-charge Prakash Javadekar meets Amit Shah in Delhi
The BJP was on Tuesday set to return to power in its southern bastion Karnataka as its candidates crossed the half-way mark in vote count
Karnataka polls: Rahul Gandhi rates BJP manifesto 1 on 5, calls it 'poorly crafted fantasy' which has 'nothing unique'
The Congress manifesto for the Karnataka Assembly polls, released on 27 April, promised to create one crore jobs and spend Rs 1.25 lakh crore on irrigation over the next five years if re-elected to power.
Karnataka polls: Low proportion of women candidates across political divide shows they still face disadvantages aplenty
Karnataka is a state with one of the worst chances of winning for women candidates.