The CM's leadership has come under the scanner in recent times with several leaders of his own party trying to unseat him.
The recently presented Karnataka state budget is a case study in desperation: a balancing act performed on a fraying tightrope by the chief minister, who also holds the finance portfolio.
The former CM alleged that the current Yediyurappa government is not spending on any of the works approved by the state assembly but has the money for projects approved at the cabinet meeting.
FDA exam, which was supposed to be held on Sunday, was canceled due to the leak of the question paper.
A study by KT Sandeep, from the University of Mysore, suggests improvement of food processing units, educating farmers on the utilisation of modern technology and removal of middlemen.
On Sunday morning Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa left for Davos to attend the World Economic Forum with an aim to bring investments to the state.
Yeddyurappa said, "I have submitted the letter requesting the Governor to give his nod for me to take oath as the CM. He has assured me of appropriate decision at the earliest."