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Feb 15, 2019
After Kumaraswamy's 'tape' trap of Yeddyurappa, Amit Shah should end Karnataka's botched Operation LotusFor Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy to rescue his coalition government from BJP’s onslaught, an 80-minute audio tape did the trick.
Feb 14, 2019
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Rafale row, filmmakers' V-Day 'love letters' and Shannon Gabriel's sledging; today's must-read storiesThe CAG's report on Rafale confounds the already existing confusion about the real cost of the deal.
Jan 30, 2019
Mutually assured destruction in Karnataka: Not-so-internal rift between JD(S), Congress leaves no winners, only losersCongress win in Karnataka 2018 elections gave the party a new lease of political life but the party also scripted a future (for the state) with an unlikely coalition which is at the epicentre of the current political crisis in the state.
Jan 26, 2019
Karnataka MLA poaching: 'BJP offered huge amount to JD(S) MLA last night,' says HD Kumaraswamy, BJP denies allegationKarnataka CM and JD(S) chief HD Kumaraswamy said when approached by the BJP as part of the saffron party's 'Operation Kamala', the JD(S) MLA said he was not in need of a gift and would like to be left alone.
Jan 17, 2019
DK Shivakumar says BJP's Operation Lotus in Karnataka is real; BS Yeddyurappa denies its existenceWhile Karnataka Water Resource minister and coalition leader DK Shivakumar said the BJP's Operation Lotus was for real, state BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa has vehemently denied its existence.
Jan 16, 2019
Karnataka MLAs poaching: Congress claims it established contact with 'missing MLAs'; calls legislative party meet on 18 JanFaced with an imminent collapse of support in Karnataka Assembly, the Congress party is busy staving off rebellion in its Karnataka unit as all its state MLAs were asked to join an informal meeting Wednesday
Jan 15, 2019
Congress-JD(S) govt in Karnataka on the rocks: Rift between coalition partners may be at heart of BJP poaching allegationsThe Congress was buoyant in May 2018 when it pulled a BJP and formed a coalition government in Karnataka with the Janata Dal (Secular). Such was its drive to keep the saffron party away from office that it even gave up the chief minister's seat to the partner. But not all (read, former chief minister Siddaramaiah) were happy about ceding power to the coalition partner.