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Kumaraswamy contradicted Congress’ claims on Friday when he refused to deem the Enforcement Directorate notice to D K Shivakumar as harassment tactics.
Despite rumblings within the state unit and speculations of a shift in guards, BJP is in no position to replace its current state president B S Yeddyurappa.
The party is confident of keeping its flock together, it also believes that BJP stands to lose more by bringing the government down.
All India Congress Committee president Rahul Gandhi is coming to Bidar to address a public gathering on Monday.
What makes Indian politics unique is its focus on the self. Every politician is convinced that it is his right to become a minister.
Don't have blessings of people, 'Punyatma' Rahul Gandhi has given me power: Karnataka CM Kumaraswamy
This comment from the Chief Minister comes days after his remarks that he was at the "mercy" of the Congress and not the people drew flak from different quarters, including the opposition BJP.
Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy reminded people that JD(S) did not get an absolute majority, which meant he and his party were rejected by the electorate.
Leaders of the Congress acknowledge that they have probably given the JD(S) more power than it could have ever imagined but for now, all its energy is channelised at keeping the BJP at bay.
The dominance of the two communities in the political landscape has been evident from the fact that they together ruled the state for 42 years, including 21 years by Veerashaiva-Lingayats.
Unfazed by the criticism and taunts by partymen, Siddaramaiah chose to set his personal rivalry with JD(S) aside and took the lead to forge an alliance.
On approaching the Supreme Court, Siddaramiah said that this is the best decision they have taken.
There are 135 new MLAs who are graduates and above, while 80 MLAs have said their education qualification range from Class 5 to Class 12.
For the first time, the saffron party which has won seven out of eight seats in Dakshina Kannada, also managed to cross the 50 percent mark in vote share.
Uncertainty opens up space for negotiations; Names of KPCC chief Parameshwara, Kharge and Mahadevappa doing rounds
Things are hotting up in Mysuru, and this is not only because of the prevailing weather.