Karnataka politics

Shadow of bulldozers looms on Karnataka's polarised politics

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has declared that there is no place for bulldozer politics in Karnataka.

published on : 15th May 2022

Former Karnataka minister Pramod Madhwaraj's move to quit Congress may hurt party

According to expectations, former State Fisheries Minister Pramod Madhwaraj has defected to the saffron camp, quitting Congress party where he was once considered a powerful leader. 

published on : 9th May 2022

No change of guard in Karnataka: Union Home Minister Amit Shah tells CM Basavaraj Bommai

Amit Shah assured Basavaraj Bommai that the next Assembly elections, due next year under his leadership and there was no question of any change of guard in Karnataka.

published on : 4th May 2022

CM Basavaraj Bommai meets BJP chief JP Nadda, discusses Karnataka political developments

Pressure has been mounting on Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai to expand or rejig his Cabinet soon, after the recent assembly elections in five states.

published on : 6th April 2022

Give us what was promised: Rebel Vishwanath’s patience wears thin on Karnataka Cabinet expansion

Vishwanath, who contested from Hunsur assembly segment, lost to Congress nominee H P Manjunath. 

published on : 20th January 2020

How Congress leaders pulled off a post-poll coup, stumped BJP in Karnataka

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.

published on : 20th May 2018

BS Yeddyurappa cannot prove majority in House: Siddaramiah

On approaching the Supreme Court, Siddaramiah said that this is the best decision they have taken.

published on : 18th May 2018

BJP’s vote share crosses 55 percent in undivided Dakshina Kannada

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.

published on : 17th May 2018

Karnataka polls: Hung House in sight, Congress, BJP netas see CM dreams

Uncertainty opens up space for negotiations; Names of  KPCC chief Parameshwara, Kharge and Mahadevappa doing rounds

published on : 15th May 2018

Congress leader asks if PM Modi was on 'POT' after his 'TOP' acronym remark in Karnataka rally; BJP fumes

The Congress dig came following Modi's comment in a rally in Karnataka during which he said farmers are his top priority and described 'TOP' as tomato, onion and potato.

published on : 4th February 2018

Now playing in Karnataka: Gowda and family politics, Season-II

Look no further than politics for entertainment.

published on : 10th July 2017