CAA protest: Binoy Viswam, five other CPI workers detained for defying curfew in Mangaluru; police bars Siddaramaiah from entering city till Sunday midnight
Mangaluru police commissioner PS Harsha has served notice on Siddaramaiah restraining the latter from entering the city limits till Sunday midnight, police said.
Karnataka Dy CM denied ticket for 5 Dec bypolls; BS Yediyurappa reassures supporters, says Laxman Savadi to retain post for full term
Amid speculations about his Deputy Laxman Savadi's continuity in the government after the 5 December bypolls, Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa on Saturday assured that he would remain in office for the full term
Karnataka bypolls: 'BJP will win all 15 constituencies,' says BS Yediyurappa as rebel Congress-JD(S) leaders join saffron party
Soon after 15 out of 17 disqualified MLAs in Karnataka joined the BJP in Bengaluru, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa said that the ruling party will win on all 15 Assembly constituencies, where by-elections are slated to be held on 5 December
Disqualified Karnataka MLAs, barring Roshan Baig, join BJP after SC allows them to contest 5 Dec Assembly bypolls
However, R Roshan Baig, a disqualified Congress legislator from Shivajinagar, was not inducted into the party on Thursday
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
Karnataka Congress urges Supreme Court to take on-record audio clip of BS Yediyurappa in MLAs disqualification case
Amid opposition from local party leaders in these 15 constituencies, Yediyurappa had recently assured that tickets would be given to the disqualified MLAs
BS Yediyurappa audio clip: Congress will approach SC with 'new evidence' on poaching of rebel Karataka MLAs, says KC Venugopal
Congress leader KC Venugopal said on Friday that the party will approach the Supreme Court with 'new evidence' after an audio clip went viral in which Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa is purportedly making remarks on poaching of Congress and JD(S) MLAs
BJP stands exposed, says HD Kumaraswamy after Yediyurappa is 'heard' in video saying rebel MLAs were kept in Mumbai under Amit Shah's watch
In the clipping, Yediyurappa can be heard expressing anguish against leaders at a recent party meeting in Hubballi over their opposition to giving tickets to disqualified Congress-JD(S) MLAs for the 5 December Assembly bypolls in 15 Assembly constituencies.
BS Yediyurappa 'admits' to Operation Kamala in purported tape, claims Congress; CM 'heard' stating rebel MLAs were kept in Mumbai under Amit Shah's watch
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa has hit out at party leaders for lack of support in saving the BJP government and not recognising the sacrifice of disqualified Congress-JD(S) MLAs, because of whom they could come to power.
Karnataka bypolls on 21 October to be deferred till Supreme Court decides on disqualified MLAs' pleas, says Election Commission
The 17 Karnataka MLAs were disqualified in July by then-Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar. The three-judge bench had on Monday agreed to hear the petitions of the disqualified MLAs who are seeking to contest the upcoming bypolls.
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
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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
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
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.
Karnataka BJP MLA Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri was elected as the speaker of Karnataka Legislative Assembly on Wednesday
After winning Karnataka trust vote, BS Yediyurappa to focus on cabinet expansion; process likely to be completed by weekend
According to BJP sources, Yediyurappa is likely to visit Delhi soon and hold discussions with the party leadership in this regard.