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Twist in Karnataka crisis: Speaker disqualifies Independent R Shankar, two rebel Congress MLAs under anti-defection law
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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
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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
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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.

Daily Bulletin: BS Yeddyurappa likely to be new CM as Kumaraswamy loses trust vote; Boris Johnson set to be sworn in as UK PM
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Daily Bulletin: BS Yeddyurappa likely to be new CM as Kumaraswamy loses trust vote; Boris Johnson set to be sworn in as UK PM

BJP state chief Yeddyurappa likely to be new CM as Kumaraswamy loses trust vote in Karnataka Assembly; Boris Johnson wins race to become new Tory leader and set to be sworn in as PM; day's top stories

Facing disqualification, rebel Karnataka MLAs seek four weeks' time to appear before Speaker
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Facing disqualification, rebel Karnataka MLAs seek four weeks' time to appear before Speaker

The MLAs resigned earlier in July, threatening the existence of the coalition government of the Congress and the JD(S), compelling Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy to seek the vote of confidence, which he lost.

Karnataka Assembly Floor Test Updates: HD Kumaraswamy is now caretaker CM; Congress blames BJP for fall of govt
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Karnataka Assembly Floor Test Updates: HD Kumaraswamy is now caretaker CM; Congress blames BJP for fall of govt

Karnataka Assembly Floor Test LIVE Updates: Upon accepting HD Kumaraswamy's resignation, Governor Vajubhai Vala told him to continue as the caretaker chief minister of Karnataka till a new government takes over. Vala also told Kumaraswamy that no executive decisions can be taken during this period.

Kumaraswamy loses trust vote in Karnataka Assembly after prolonged political wrangling; Yeddyurappa likely to be new CM
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Kumaraswamy loses trust vote in Karnataka Assembly after prolonged political wrangling; Yeddyurappa likely to be new CM

The Congress-JD(S) government had earlier defied the two deadlines set by Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala to HD Kumaraswamy

Karnataka Assembly floor test updates: HDK claims fake resignation letter doing rounds on social media, slams 'cheap level of publicity'
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Karnataka Assembly floor test updates: HDK claims fake resignation letter doing rounds on social media, slams 'cheap level of publicity'

Karnataka Assembly floor test LIVE updates: Speaking in the Assembly, HD Kumaraswamy said, "I got information that I have tendered my resignation to the governor. I don't know who is waiting to become the chief minister. Someone has forged my signature and spread the same on social media. I'm shocked at the cheap level of publicity."

No Karnataka floor test till Monday: Speaker adjourns House on Day 2 of debate; HDK, Congress move SC over 17 July order
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No Karnataka floor test till Monday: Speaker adjourns House on Day 2 of debate; HDK, Congress move SC over 17 July order

Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar adjourned the House till Monday after the Assembly members debated on the no confidence motion, moved by Kumaraswamy, for the second day. The trust vote is now likely to be held on 22 July, with the ruling Congress-JD(S) leaders claiming that a number of speakers were still left to participate in the debate.

Karnataka Assembly Floor Test Updates: Trust vote delayed as Speaker adjourns House till Monday
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Karnataka Assembly Floor Test Updates: Trust vote delayed as Speaker adjourns House till Monday

Karnataka Assembly Trust Vote (Floor Test) LIVE Updates: Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar has adjourned the House till Monday. Earlier, Ramesh Kumar said no MLA has sought protection from him amid allegations by the Congress that rebel lawmakers were being held captive to bring down the government.

Karnataka Speaker's partisan stance on trust vote defies democratic norms; Centre must seek report from guv
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Karnataka Speaker's partisan stance on trust vote defies democratic norms; Centre must seek report from guv

It is now clear that the HD Kumaraswamy-led government in Karnataka has lost the majority in the House.

What is a trust vote? Here's an explainer on confidence motion that will decide Karnataka govt's fate
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What is a trust vote? Here's an explainer on confidence motion that will decide Karnataka govt's fate

The fate of the Congress-JD(S) coalition rests on a trust vote, which is expected to happen either on Friday or Monday.

Daily Bulletin: Pakistan grants consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav; Karnataka governor asks HDK govt to prove majority today; day's top stories
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Daily Bulletin: Pakistan grants consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav; Karnataka governor asks HDK govt to prove majority today; day's top stories

Two days after ICJ verdict, Pakistan is to grant consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav; Kerala rains: Heavy downpour lashes several parts of state; intensity to peak from 18 to 20 July; day's top stories

No trust vote in Karnataka today: Assembly adjourned amid uproar; BJP on overnight dharna inside House
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No trust vote in Karnataka today: Assembly adjourned amid uproar; BJP on overnight dharna inside House

The House was adjourned by Deputy Speaker Krishna Reddy as the Congress members persistently shouted slogans against the BJP. Before the adjournment, BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa declared that his party members would stay put in the House overnight and even till the time the trust vote was decided.

Ahead of Karnataka floor test, rebel Congress MLA Ramalinga Reddy says he will withdraw resignation, vote in favour of govt
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Ahead of Karnataka floor test, rebel Congress MLA Ramalinga Reddy says he will withdraw resignation, vote in favour of govt

The survival of the Congress-JD(S) government hangs precariously on the eve of the trust vote with the Supreme Court on Wednesday holding that the 15 rebel Congress-JD(S) MLAs, who had moved it, cannot be compelled to participate in the proceedings of the ongoing Assembly session.

HD Kumaraswamy fights losing battle to save Congress-JD(S) govt in Karnataka; all eyes on upcoming SC order
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HD Kumaraswamy fights losing battle to save Congress-JD(S) govt in Karnataka; all eyes on upcoming SC order

Of the 18 rebels, 16 have submitted resignations from the Assembly, reducing the government to a minority, while the two Independents have quit as ministers and announced support for the BJP.

Daily Bulletin: SC to hear plea of rebel Karnataka MLAs today; over 70 lakh hit by floods in Bihar and North East; day's top stories
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Daily Bulletin: SC to hear plea of rebel Karnataka MLAs today; over 70 lakh hit by floods in Bihar and North East; day's top stories

SC agrees to hear plea of five more rebel Congress MLAs today; Nearly 70 lakh affected by floods in Bihar and Northeast, toll mounts to 44; day's top stories

Karnataka political crisis: SC to hear plea in rebel MLAs' case tomorrow; Kumaraswamy may face Thursday trust vote
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Karnataka political crisis: SC to hear plea in rebel MLAs' case tomorrow; Kumaraswamy may face Thursday trust vote

From the Supreme Court agreeing to hear the petition of five more rebel Karnataka MLAs, to the Congress asserting that state government will seek a trust vote in the Assembly on 18 July, fast-paced developments were seen on Monday.

Karnataka news updates: Speaker adjourns Assembly till 11 am on Thursday after BJP refuses to participate in House proceedings until Floor Test
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Karnataka news updates: Speaker adjourns Assembly till 11 am on Thursday after BJP refuses to participate in House proceedings until Floor Test

Karnataka news LATEST updates: Karnataka Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar adjourned the House till Thursday after BJP refused to participate in the assembly proceedings till HD Kumaraswamy takes up trust vote on Thursday.

Amid crisis, five more rebel Karnataka MLAs move SC, seek direction to stop Speaker from disqualifying them
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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.