BS Yediyurappa says Karnataka govt will promulgate ordinance on controversial 'anti-cattle slaughter' bill
Though the Bill was passed by the state Assembly on Wednesday, it couldn't be table in the State Legislative Council as the upper house was adjourned sine die on Thursday
Karnataka Assembly clears controversial anti-cow slaughter bill amid uproar, Congress stages walkout
Besides cows and calves, the bill also protects buffaloes and their calves less than the age of 12. The bill also contains a provision to set up special courts for speedy trials of the accused
Karnataka Assembly session to begin today: Govt likely to introduce bills against cow slaughter, 'love jihad'
The upcoming session is set to be stormy as the Congress has announced it will resist any move against inter-faith marriages, while the BJP will try to corner it by raising the recent attacks on Bajrang Dal activists in Shivamogga
Protests against farm laws intensify in Punjab, Karnataka; tractor set on fire in Delhi, Amarinder Singh stages sit-in agitation
Farmers’ organisations continued protests even as President Ram Nath Kovind gave assent to all the three contentious farm bills passed by the Parliament on 20 September
Congress will raise Bengaluru violence issue in upcoming Karnataka Assembly session, says Siddaramaiah
The Leader of Opposition added that the culprits should be punished no matter how influential they are; the Monsoon Session of the Karnataka Assembly be held from 21 to 30 September
HD Kumaraswamy demands formation of House Committee to probe violence during anti-CAA protest in Mangaluru
Demanding the setting up of a House Committee to probe the Mangaluru violence, former chief minister HD Kumaraswamy on Friday released multiple videos of the clashes that broke out during the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest that claimed two lives on 19 December.
SC verdict on rebel Karnataka MLAs: Stricter model of disqualification will have 'chilling effect' on legitimate dissent, says apex court
In the Karnataka judgment, the SC said that having a 'stricter model' of disqualification for lawmakers who defy the party line will have a chilling effect on legitimate dissent and it cannot be accepted, the Supreme Court said Wednesday.
Congress appoints Siddaramaiah as Leader of Opposition in Karnataka Assembly; ex-CM thanks Sonia Gandhi for opportunity
The Congress on Wednesday appointed former chief minister Siddaramaiah as Leader of Opposition in Karnataka Assembly and ex-minister S R Patil in Legislative Council
Karnataka Assembly proceedings to be covered only by Doordarshan; Opposition describes move as 'shameful act'
The Karnataka Assembly proceedings will now be shown through the lens of Doordarshan and not private news channels
Winter Session of Karnataka Assembly gets underway today; Opposition expected to corner govt on failure to handle flood relief
The winter session of the Karnataka legislature that will begin on Thursday is expected to be stormy, with the opposition Congress and JD(S) likely to corner the BJP government on a host of issues, including flood relief
Daily Bulletin: Shiv Sena chief to deliver traditional Dussehra address; Rajnath Singh to receive India's first Rafale jet; day's top stories
RSS' traditional Dussehra event in Nagpur, PM likely to attend event in Delhi's Dwarka; Congress struggles with dissent in Karnataka unit amid contesting claims on post of LoP; day's top stories
Disqualification case of 17 Karnataka MLAs: Mukul Rohatgi tells SC bench to defer bypolls or stay ex-Speaker KR Ramesh's order
The 17 Karnataka MLAs, who were disqualified from the state Assembly earlier this year, on Wednesday asked the Supreme Court to make Election Commission a party to their case
Daily Bulletin: SC to hear plea of disqualified Karnataka MLAs; Calcutta High Court likely to hear ex-top cop Rajeev Kumar's anticipatory bail plea; day's top stories
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A three-judge bench, headed by justice NV Ramana, said it would hear on 25 September the plea in which the MLAs, who were disqualified in July by then Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar, have sought interim relief to contest the by-elections.
Karnataka bypolls: Order disqualifying 17 rebel MLAs can't deprive them of right to contest polls, EC tells SC
The Election Commission told the Supreme Court Monday that former Karnataka Speaker's order disqualifying 17 MLAs from the Assembly cannot deprive them of their right to contest the upcoming bypolls for 15 constituencies in the state
Under BS Yediyurappa, Karnataka's Lingayat community mounts massive return to helm of state politics
Of the 224 Assembly constituencies in Karnataka, over 100 constituencies in north Karnataka are dominated by the Lingayats and are the deciding factor for a candidate's victory
SC to look into plea filed by 15 disqualified Congress-JD(S) MLAs against their ouster from Karnataka Assembly
Supreme Court said that the registrar will look into the urgent listing of the petition filed by 15 disqualified Congress-JD(S) MLAs against their ouster under the anti-defection law from the Karnataka Assembly
Karnataka BJP MLA Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri was elected as the speaker of Karnataka Legislative Assembly on Wednesday
BS Yediyurappa wins trust vote in Karnataka Assembly while Opposition cries foul; Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar resigns
The newly formed BJP government in Karnataka headed by BS Yediyurappa established a majority in the Assembly on Monday after the chief minister moved a confidence motion on his government.
Karnataka Assembly Floor Test Updates: Two rebel Congress MLAs approach SC over 'illegal, arbitrary' disqualification by KR Ramesh Kumar
Karnataka Assembly Floor Test LIVE Updates: Two rebel Congress MLAs, Ramesh Jarkhiholi and Mahesh Kumathalli, who were disqualified by the ex-Karnataka Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar on 25 July, have approached the Supreme Court challenging their disqualification.