India's COVID-19 tally nears 60 lakh with 88,600 new cases; populace far from achieving herd immunity, says Harsh Vardhan
The ICMR's second sero-survey shows that Indian population is still far from achieving herd immunity against the coronavirus infection, Union health minister Harsh Vardhan said on Sunday, while underlining the need for following COVID appropriate behaviour
Karnataka Congress takes out protest march over Bidar sedition case; Siddaramaiah, several other leaders detained for bid to besiege chief minister's office
The Karnataka Congress alleged misuse of the police department by the state government to book cases against those opposing BJP and its 'divisive policies'.
Siddaramaiah tells Sonia Gandhi Congress needs Lingayat chief to tackle BJP in north Karnataka, bats for MB Patil
After most of the strong Congress leaders who were also the close followers of Siddaramaiah joined BJP camp, now the latter is batting for MB Patil to regain his name as TRP leader in the state.
After Siddaramaiah, Dinesh Gundu Rao resigns as Karnataka Congress chief, cites poor show in Assembly bypolls
The Congress, which held 12 of the 15 Assembly seats in Karnataka where byelections were held on December five, won only two, in a huge set-back to the Opposition party
Karnataka Assembly bypolls: Siddaramaiah resigns as legislative party leader after Congress goes down to defeat
Even as the counting of votes for the by-elections in Karnataka is underway, senior Congress leader and former chief minister Siddaramaiah on Monday announced his resignation as the Congress legislative party leader.
‘Does she eat avocado?’: P Chidambaram takes jab at Nirmala Sitharaman's remarks in Parliament that she doesn't eat onions, garlic
'I thought the finance minister said yesterday she does not eat onions, she is not bothered...What does she eat?' Chidambaram told media
Daily Bulletin: Cabinet nod to contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill likely today; Hyderabad rape and murder victim's father demands justice; day's top stories
Daily Bulletin: Cabinet nod to contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill likely today; Hyderabad rape and murder victim's father demands justice; Rajeev Dhavan returns as Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind advocate in Ayodhya verdict's review petition; day's top stories
Congress welcomes SC verdict on rebel Karnataka MLAs, asks BJP not give them tickets in upcoming bypolls
The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the disqualification of 17 Congress-JD(S) MLAs by the then Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar but allowed them to contest the 5 December bypolls in the state.
Ex-BJP MLA Raju Kage to join Congress; four-time lawmaker alleges saffron party denied him ticket for Karnataka bypoll
Kage made his announcement after meeting Congress Legislature Party leader and former chief minister Siddaramaiah
Report by Karnataka Congress' fact-finding committee blames alliance with JD(S) for loss in 2019 Lok Sabha elections
The panel also said anti-incumbency against Siddaramaiah-led Congress government was not the reason for the party facing a setback in 2018 Assembly polls, and cited issues like religion and personal matters of certain leaders.
Days after indicating that his party was still open for continuing its alliance with the Congress, JD(S) patriarch HD Deve Gowda on Monday spoke about going it alone, as he predicted mid-term polls in Karnataka
Karnataka Congress to hold protest on Thursday over handling of flood situation, slams BS Yediyurappa govt for failing to provide relief
Condemning the "failures" of the government in providing relief to people in flood-hit areas, the Congress has decided to stage a protest on Thursday from 10 am to 6 pm in which all party leaders are expected to participate.
Dinesh Gundu Rao hits out at Centre over abrogation of Article 370; says this ‘misadventure' is going to have serious consequences
Hitting out at BJP-led government over abrogation of Article 370, Karnataka Congress chief Dinesh Gundu Rao said that this "misadventure" is going to have serious consequences.
Congress expels 14 rebel MLAs for indulging in 'anti-party activities' week after fall of coalition govt in Karnataka
The Congress on Tuesday expelled the 14 rebel MLAs from Karnataka who were responsible for bringing down the party's coalition government in the state
Congress, JD(S) welcome Karnataka Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar's 'honest decision' to disqualify 14 more dissident MLAs
After days of high-drama and heated debates, the Karnataka government fell on Tuesday as it lost the trust vote in the House. Following the defeat, HD Kumaraswamy submitted his resignation to Governor Vajubhai Vala at Raj Bhavan, along with his cabinet ministers.
Karnataka political crisis: Hectic parleys on to mollify rebel Congress, JD(S) MLAs; BJP seeks trust vote tomorrow
With the Karnataka political crisis continuing, coalition leaders Saturday were locked in hectic parleys to pacify rebel MLAs, as the BJP upped the ante.
Amid political upheaval in Karnataka, Congress' Ghulam Nabi Azad accuses BJP of using governors to topple state governments
JDS rebel MLA H Vishwanath had said that 14 MLAs have jointly tendered their resignations to Karnataka Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar and requested him to accept them.
The All India Congress Committee has decided to dissolve the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC). State party president Dinesh Gundu Rao and working chief Eshwara Khandre will continue to hold their posts.
Congress suspends Karnataka MLA Roshan Baig for 'anti-party activities'; legislator calls it 'total conspiracy'
The decision came after the party office bearers wrote to the chief of Karnataka Congress unit Dinesh Gundu Rao demanding the dismissal of Baig from primary membership over his alleged connection with IMA Ponzi scam's main accused Mohammed Mansoor Khan.
Why is EVM manipulation issue being mixed with Lok Sabha exit poll discourse, asks Karnataka Congress’ K Sudhakar
Karnataka Congress MLA K Sudhakar questioned why the issue of alleged EVM manipulation was being brought into the discourse about the Lok Sabha exit poll predictions