As the Congress-JDS alliance becomes redundant, here is a throwback to the time when HD Kumaraswamy described it as ‘swallowing poison’
HD Kumaraswamy, who has already conceded that JD(S) is now too small a party to impact the outcome of Karnataka elections, does not need to 'swallow poison' anymore by allying with Congress this time.
Kumaraswamy attacks Congress, says lost goodwill and faith of the people by joining hands with it for power
Former Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy is whining again over JDS' alliance with Congress.
Karnataka: Sedition charges filed against ex CMs HD Kumaraswamy, Siddaramaiah and others for obstructing IT raids
Acting on a private complaint by activist Mallikarjuna A, a local court directed police to register the FIR
Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa to order CBI probe into phone tapping charges against former CM HD Kumaraswamy
The coalition government of the JDS and the Congress fell in July with Kumaraswamy resigning on July 23
Karnataka Political Crisis: Mayawati snubs Congress-JDS coalition, asks lone BSP MLA to abstain from trust vote tomorrow
There are reports that Mahesh, the BSP MLA, is all set to join the BJP after the trust vote citing lack of funds for his constituency’s development in the present Congress-JDS government.
Congress leader creates ruckus at hospital, threatens and blames cops as she tries to meet MLA Shrimant Patil forcefully
Yashomati Thakur was seen shouting at the police personnel present at the hospital despite their requests not to create a ruckus. She even shouted at a female cop and screamed that they had all been bribed.
As Karnataka assembly descends into turmoil, CM’s brother HD Revanna naps peacefully inside the house
Amusingly, this is not the first time the Karnataka public works minister has been caught taking a nap in such assembly sessions or public gatherings.
Karnataka speaker is delaying acceptance of resignations because he wants to keep a minority government in power: Mukul Rohatgi in SC
On Friday, the court had ordered the speaker to maintain the status quo with regard to the resignation and disqualification of 10 rebel MLAs.
Kumaraswamy government in Karnataka to take floor test on Thursday to prove majority in the Assembly
The Supreme Court had ordered the Speaker and the rebel MLAs on July 12 to maintain status quo regarding the resignations and disqualification of the MLAs till July 16.
Karnataka crisis: To keep its flock together, desperate Congress once again takes recourse in ‘resort politics’
Congress skeptical over the loyalty of its MLAs frequents this method of 'resort politics'
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