Topic: Karnataka Assembly election

The material seized is believed to be meant for bribing voters in the bypolls
Congress ally JDS leader DC Thamanna has compared BJP leaders with a street dog
Though the two parties had announced a pre-poll alliance for 2019 after they came together to form the government in Karnataka, reports state that there is disagreement between seat sharing.
Central Government has informed Karnataka High Court, that recommendation to provide separate religion tag to Lingayat sect is discarded.
The Congress government headed by Siddaramaiah had recommended for a separate religion tag for 'Lingayat'
Incidentally the Congress party has been facing a massive internal turmoil
Not the first time cracks have appeared in the 'opportunistic alliance'
JD(S) invited the politicians to show the power of opposition, but the taxpayers in Karnataka are paying for the extravagance
13 districts of North Karnataka have called for a bandh on 2nd August
Yeddyurappa claimed the CM had promised to waive loans worth Rs 53,000 crore and he should explain how he will arrange funds
The primary grounds for the challenge is that Veershaivas and Lingayats fall under the Hindu religion
The state government has failed to find a solution regarding farm crisis in the state.
The Deputy Chief Minister G.Parameshwara said that the central Congress leadership took the decision to award Kumaraswamy the full term.
The Chief Minister now has set a eligibility clause for waiving loans of farmers
The CM met with the leaders of PFI and SDPI, who are facing allegations of abetting the Islamic terror in India.
Kumaraswamy had said he is at mercy of Congress for not having got a clear mandate from people.
Congress President continues his streak of abandoning the ship at first sign of crisis.
The recent track record of CSDS does not speak too well of them.
Kumaraswamy should learn a lesson or two from his father, former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda
Kejriwal seems to be running the last mile towards oblivion.
All does not seem well even as Congress-JDS face floor test tomorrow.
Meanwhile, Karnataka will pay the price for giving a hung verdict, as it will now be governed by a political marriage doomed to fail
Amit Shah slammed both the parties of hypocrisy and called the alliance 'unholy'.
Former Chief Minister has regularly attacked Narendra Modi and Yogi Adityanath as being outsiders in Karnataka.
Shivam Hebbar stated the voice in that tape was not of his wife's.
Is Congress playing the father-son duo again?
Ignoring core voters and sticking to Vikas will result in BJP's defeat
Sanjay Nirupam is a habitual offender when it comes to crass behaviour.

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