Kumaraswamy plans to admit himself in a hospital to delay trust vote allege 2 independent MLAs, approach SC
As per reports, Kumaraswamy's astrologer has suggested that he delay the trust vote till Tuesday since auspicious time begins for him then.
The Congress has been blaming the BJP for the recent crisis its coalition government is facing in Karnataka
Twist in the tale: Kumaraswamy asks JD(S) MLAs to not leave the golf resort, BJP MLAs leave the assembly without meeting the speaker
In the ongoing Karnataka crisis, the JD(S) has accused the BJP of 'buying' MLAs in Karnataka for Rs 1,000 crore
If these resignations are accepted by the speaker, the BJP, which has 105 MLAs, will then be just one legislator short of a majority.
Karnataka: Loan waiver deposits vanish from the accounts of 14,000 farmers, farmers say Congress-JDS lied to them for votes
Nearly 13,988 farmers across Karnataka were shocked after they found out that the money which was earlier deposited in their accounts towards the loan waiver has been withdrawn
BJP in Karnataka says no need for 'Operation Lotus' as the Congress-JD(S) government will collapse on its own
Emergency in Karnataka: Congress ally JD(S) files FIR against journalist Vishweshwar Bhat for publishing a report on Kumaraswamy’s son
An FIR is filed against him by the legal cell of the JD(S) for publishing a report on Nikhil Kumaraswamy the party alleges to be 'false'
Karnataka meltdown: After Roshan Baig, another Congress MLA rebels, calls Congress-JDS alliance a blunder
Sudhakar termed the alliance with the JD(S) as a historical blunder and said that the Congress Party might lose in a number of constituencies due to the alliance.
The police officers who were supposed to act to save the techies from being attacked by the Congress 'goons' not only remained silent but also unleashed its force against them for chanting pro-Modi slogans.
Left Parties dissatisfied over distribution of seats in Bihar Mahagathbandhan, want to field Kanhaiya Kumar from Begusarai
The grand alliance formed in the name of 'saving the democracy' is struggling to form a consensus on the distribution of seats.