Siddaramaiah refuses blame for collapse of Karnataka coalition, accuses Deve Gowda of not allowing anyone else from JD(S) to grow
Siddaramaiah on Friday refuted the charges of former prime minister HD Deve Gowda in which he had allegedly blamed him for his and his grandson's defeat in the 17th Lok Sabha Elections
HD Deve Gowda targets Siddaramaiah again over collapse of Congress-JD(S) coalition government in Karnataka
HD Deve Gowda has indicated the Congress-JDS coalition government in Karnataka collapsed because the party decided to make HD Kumaraswamy's son as the chief minister without consulting its leader Siddaramaiah
Daily Bulletin; Karnataka CM Yediyurappa's cabinet expansion; Chandrayaan-2 to enter lunar orbit; day's top stories
Daily Bulletin; Karnataka cabinet expansion set for today as BS Yediyurappa gets go-ahead from Amit Shah; ISRO to inject Chandrayaan-2 into lunar orbit today; day's top stories
Karnataka cabinet expansion set for today as BS Yediyurappa gets go-ahead from Amit Shah: Caste equation a major challenge, say sources
Having run the Karnataka government without a Cabinet for 22 days, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa finally has received the go-ahead from Amit Shah to undertake the exercise today (20 August).
Karnataka phone tapping row splits Congress bigwigs: DK Shivakumar sides with Kumaraswamy, MB Patil hedges bet
Two influential Congress leaders representing two major communities in Karnataka have taken differing stands on the telephone tapping controversy, even as the sentiment within the grand old party towards former chief minister HD Kumaraswamy — who has been accused of ordering the surveillance of prominent political figures — is one of hurt and anger.
BS Yediyurappa to order inquiry into 'phone-tapping' during previous govt's regime; HD Kumaraswamy says he is ready for probe
BS Yediyurappa on Sunday said he will order a CBI probe into the allegations citing demands by several political leaders including Congress.
Karnataka crisis: Rebel Congress, JD(S) MLAs move Supreme Court seeking urgent hearing of plea challenging disqualification
A total of 17 rebel MLAs were disqualified from the Karnataka Assembly ahead of the 29 July trust vote moved by then chief minister HD Kumaraswamy.
Karnataka Opposition slams BS Yediyurappa's 'one-man cabinet' two weeks after forming govt, as flood situation worsens in state
The BJP government in Karnataka, led by BS Yediyurappa, was the target of the Opposition's scathing criticism on Thursday as Congress and JD(S) leaders slammed the chief minister for his absence, and a dysfunctional state government.
Worked like slave for Congress, says ex-Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy; adds that most JD(S) workers not interested in future coalition
JD(S) leader HD Kumaraswamy on Monday said that he worked like a "slave" for its coalition partner. The 14-month-old Congress-JD(S) government fell after it lost the trust vote. The JD(S) leader said that his party leaders are not interested in a coalition with Congress in the future.
Narendra Modi in hurry to implement RSS agenda; BSY to blame for fall of Congress-JD(S) govt: HD Deve Gowda
In an interview, former prime minister HD Deve Gowda delved into national politics and the collapse of the Congress-JD(S) government in Karnataka
HD Kumaraswamy tells JD(S) workers to be prepared for fresh elections in Karnataka; party to contest on all 17 seats if by-polls happen
Former chief minister HD Kumaraswamy told party workers to be prepared for by-polls, as the JD(S) is likely to field candidates in all the 17 constituencies, or to expect fresh elections in the state
'Became CM accidentally', HD Kumaraswamy hints at exit from politics; expresses satisfaction with work done by Cong-JD(S) govt
HD Kumaraswamy on Saturday hinted at leaving politics, asserting that it is not for good people and emphasises on casteism.
Congress to hold legislative party meeting in Bengaluru today ahead of confidence motion in Karnataka Assembly
The Congress will hold a legislative party meeting here on Monday, ahead of the confidence motion in the state Assembly.
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.
Daily Bulletin: BJP mulls no-confidence motion against K'taka Speaker; Congress leader Jaipal Reddy passes away; day's top stories
Daily Bulletin: In the latest episode of Mann ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will share his thoughts on Sunday at 11 am, second time after assuming office for the second term; political dilemma in Karnataka continues; more top stories of the day
Karnataka New CM: BS Yedyurappa stakes claim to form govt, says 'will take oath as chief minister at 6 pm today'
Yeddyurappa for the last couple of days had been waiting for "instructions" from the party's central leadership to stake claim to form the government after the toppling of Congress-JDS coalition government.
Twist in Karnataka crisis: Speaker disqualifies Independent R Shankar, two rebel Congress MLAs under anti-defection law
Addressing a press conference in Bengaluru, the Speaker said he was convinced that the resignations by the three members were not voluntary and genuine and he had therefore rejected them and proceeded to disqualify them under the anti-defection law.
Lessons from Karnataka constitutional crisis: Speaker's functioning must be effectively regulated to ensure impartiality
The political slugfest in Karnataka raised pertinent constitutional questions about the vitality of our federated parliamentary democracy.
Karnataka politics updates: Speaker says Independent R Shankar, two Congress legislators disqualified for current Assembly term
Karnataka news LIVE updates: Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar announced that Independent MLA R Shankar and two Congress legislators Ramesh Jarakiholi and Mahesh Kumathalli have been disqualified for the rest of the tenure of the Assembly as per the 10th Schedule of the Constitution.
SC allows two Independent Karnataka MLAs to withdraw plea on floor test after HD Kumaraswamy govt's collapse
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi passed the order after the Karnataka lawmakers — H Nagesh and R Shankar — pleaded to withdraw it.