BJP legislators who failed to get ministerial berth in BS Yediyurappa's cabinet voice displeasure over decision
Dissonance came to the fore with several BJP legislators showing their displeasure after failing to secure a ministerial berth in the BS Yediyurappa cabinet that expanded on Tuesday.
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.
Trust vote win not end of Karnataka crisis; BS Yediyurappa must humour rebel MLAs till SC rules on disqualification
With the disqualification of the 17 rebel MLAs in Karnataka, BS Yediyurappa doesn't have the headache of satisfying them with ministerial berths, but the BJP must keep them in good humour as the SC judgment could go either way
Daily Bulletin: India celebrates 20 years Kargil War victory; 3 Karnataka rebels disqualified, decision on others soon; day' stop stories
Kargil Vijay Diwas 2019: India celebrates 20th anniversary of Operation Vijay today; Lok Sabha passes bill criminalising instant triple talaq; Rajya Sabha nod to RTI (Amendment) Bill, 2019; day's top stories
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.
Karnataka coalition govt falls: MLAs flocked to discuss trust vote but took confidence motion off plate for biryani, black magic
The Karnataka political crisis, which ended with the appropriately dramatic 'fall' of the Congress-JD(S) coalition government, was resolved two days short of having dragged on for twenty (long) days.
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Karnataka political crisis, AAP's push for Bhojpuri, Kadaram Kondan review; today's must-read stories
Karnataka Speaker's partisan stance, AAP's push for Bhojpuri, Kinnar community at the Kumbh Mela; today's must-read stories.
Siddaramaiah alleged the BJP is desperate for voting on the motion of confidence moved by HD Kumaraswamy because it has 'purchased' rebel legislators.
Karnataka crisis: Kumaraswamy moves confidence motion in Assembly; Yeddyurappa says trust vote should be completed in a day
Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy moved the confidence motion in the Assembly with the 14-month old Congress-JD(S) government headed by him hanging by a thread after a rebellion by a section of ruling coalition lawmakers.
Daily Bulletin: Karnataka coalition govt to face trust vote today, Ayodhya mediation panel to submit report; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Karnataka Assembly to vote on fate of HD Kumaraswamy government today, Punjab, Haryana HC to hear plea in Kathua rape case, and more
After SC order, rebel Congress, JD(S) MLAs say ‘no question’ of withdrawing resignations from Karnataka Assembly
Hailing the Supreme Court direction on Karnataka political crisis, rebel Congress-JDS MLAs camping in Mumbai on Wednesday said there was no question of going back on their resignations from the Assembly or attending the session.
BS Yeddyurappa plays cricket with BJP legislators as Karnataka coalition govt struggles to stay afloat
As the focus shifted to the SC, which is hearing the pleas of Karnataka MLAs state BJP president BS Yeddyurappa was seen in a relaxed mood playing cricket with party legislators who are camped at a resort on the outskirts of the city.
Karnataka rebel MLAs in SC: 'Resignations have to be accepted, Speaker coercing us to vote for govt in trust vote'
The rebel MLAs told the court that Karnataka Assembly Speaker has to accept their resignations and not coerce them into following whip issued by the Congress.
Rebel Karnataka Congress MLA Roshan Baig detained in ponzi scam case minutes before flying out of Bengaluru
The special investigation team probing the multi-crore IMA Jewels ponzi scam detained Congress MLA Roshan Baig when he was about to board a chartered plane from the Bengaluru international airport, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy said Monday
Karnataka crisis: Supreme Court to hear pleas of five more MLAs on Tuesday against Speaker for not accepting resignations
Five more rebel Congress MLAs from Karnataka had moved the apex court on 13 July against Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar for not accepting their resignations.
Karnataka crisis: Day after hinting that he may withdraw resignation, rebel Congress MLA Nagaraj flies to Mumbai with BJP leaders
Rebel MLA MTB Nagaraj had said that he intended to take a final decision on the withdrawal of his resignation after talks with Chikkaballapura MLA K Sudhakar.
Amid crisis, five more rebel Karnataka MLAs move SC, seek direction to stop Speaker from disqualifying them
In the petition, the five MLAs — Anand Singh, K Sudhakar, N Nagaraju, Munirathna and Roshan Baig of the Karnataka Congress — contended they had resigned 'voluntarily' and that their resignation must be accepted by the Assembly Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar.
Karnataka crisis: Day after Siddivinayak temple visit, rebel MLAs leave for Shirdi from Mumbai to offer prayers at Saibaba shrine
Rebel Congress and JD(S) MLAs, who are staying at a hotel in Mumbai, left for Shirdi on Saturday morning for darshan at the famous Saibaba temple.
Karnataka, Goa political crises: Puducherry Congress to stage protest tomorrow over BJP's 'nasty political game'
The ruling Congress in Puducherry announced that it would stage a protest on Sunday against the 'nasty political game' of the BJP in Karnataka and Goa, where several party MLAs have resigned from the assembly