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Congress leader CM Ibrahim writes to Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa urging to allow Muslims to gather for public prayer on Eid

The request by the Congress leader received flak from various quarters as it was largely seen as an attempt to appease the Muslims

Watch: CPI(M) goons attack Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa’s convoy in Kannur

CPI(M) Youth Wing unleashes goons on Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa, attack his car.

Karnataka by-polls: BJP wins 7, leading in 5 out of 15 seats, gets simple majority in state assembly

Yediyurappa-led BJP is leading in 10 seats while Congress and JDS are leading in 2 seats each. An independent candidate is leading in 1 seat.

All 17 ‘rebel’ MLAs who were disqualified will join BJP: Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa

The disqualified 'rebel' MLAs will now officially join the Bharatiya Janata Party and are likely to contest the upcoming by-polls from the BJP ticket. 

Karnataka: Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa orders probe against irregularities in Indira Canteen and Nagarothana scheme

Chief Minister Yediyurappa on Monday, directed Karnataka Additional Chief Secretary of Urban Development Department, BH Anil Kumar, to initiate a probe into the matter.

BS Yeddyurappa takes oath as Chief Minister of the new BJP government in Karnataka

BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa took oath as the new chief minister of Karnataka on Friday

Desperate to shield the failed Congress-JDS alliance in Karnataka, NDTV’s Sreenivasan Jain misrepresents basic facts

Sreenivasan Jain wrongly thinks halfway mark in Karnataka assembly will go up because rebel MLAs not disqualified and their resignations not accepted yet

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 Political Crisis: CM Kumaraswamy seeks time for trust vote to prove majority in assembly

Chief Minister Kumaraswamy has expressed confidence in the majority of his government and said that the situation has forced him to take this action.

Karnataka speaker is going through ‘dozens of constitutional books’ to decide on MLAs’ resignations

Karnataka Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar is going through “dozens of constitutional books” in trying to make a decision on the resignation of rebel Congress and JDS MLAs.

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