By Shankar Raj
In the very same breath, the court struck down the brutal ruling of the Speaker prohibiting the disqualified MLAs from standing for elect...Read More
Bengaluru: JD(S) leader and former Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Friday predicted that the B S Yediyurappa-led BJP governme...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
Former Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has stirred up a controversy by comparing Janata Dal-Secular workers to prostitutes. The for...Read More
The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked rebel Congress-JDS MLAs from Karnataka to hand over a memo to the registrar for urgent listing of thei...Read More
By Asian News International
"I had given full freedom to all the MLAs, and even corporation chairmen, why they are blaming me I don't know. For the last 14 months, I...Read More
Both the MLAs particularly blamed the attitude of former chief minister Siddaramaiah and the family politics played by former prime minis...Read More
Kumaraswamy lost the floor test, paving way for a BJP-led government in the state under BS Yediyurappa.
With the Assembly strength reduced to 208 from 225, including a nominated member after Speaker K.R. Ramesh Kumar disqualified 17 Congress...Read More
By FPJ Bureau
In doing so, Kumar has almost held the recent Supreme Court interim order unconstitutional and the Election Commission.
Bengaluru: All the 14 Karnataka rebel legislators, who were disqualified by Speaker K.R. Ramesh Kumar on Sunday for defying their party w...Read More
He also said that the finance bill prepared by the previous Congress-JD(S) government would be tabled by him in the assembly on Monday, w...Read More
By Asia News International
With the significant development, a total of 17 rebel MLAs from both parties have been disqualified by the Speaker.
The message has been discreetly conveyed to Kumar to give up the post, which is conventionally held by a member from the ruling party, th...Read More
Kumar held that the resignation by the three MLAs were "not voluntary and genuiune" and therefore proceeded to disqualify them under the ...Read More
The Congress-JD(S) coalition government on Tuesday lost the trust motion on the floor of the House.
Rao said the coalition government was an "illegitimate and corrupt" government which came to power through the backdoor.
"Their greed won today. Democracy, honesty & the people of Karnataka lost," tweeted Rahul Gandhi.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said the greed of those who saw the alliance as an obstacle in their path to power won, while democracy and ...Read More
The 76-year-old Yeddyurappa first took over as the chief minister of Karnataka in 2007, but could not hold on to the post for mere seven ...Read More
The legislators had 'masala dosa' and curd rice for supper in the assembly lounges.