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Congress releases audio tape as proof and accuse Modi, Amit shah, Yeddyurappa

In a sensational revelation, Congress on Saturday accused PM Modi, BJP national president Amit Shah and former Karnataka CM BS Yeddyurappa of hatching a conspiracy to topple the Congress-JDS government in Karnataka by offering bribes to some MLAs.   According to the Congress, Yeddyurappa had planned to offer ₹10 crore per MLAs and ₹50 crore Read More…

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Out of 80 MLAs in Congress 2 MLAs not reachable : Siddaramaiah

The absence of four lawmakers posed no imminent threat to the seven-month old Congress-JDS government in the numbers game but suggested that all was not well within the Congress which is still wrestling with dissidence.   The Congress would issue notices to absentee MLAs Ramesh Jarkiholi, who was dropped as minister in the recent cabinet Read More…

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Operation Lotus 2.0 sparks war or words : Amit shah teased , counter personal attacks

It’s been over four  days since Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLAs from Karnataka were shifted to a luxurious seven-star resort on the outskirts of Gururgam in the national capital region. The BJP MLAs say they are bored.   Speaking over the phone from inside the heavily guarded ITC Grand Bharat, Manesar, one of the legislators Read More…

Indian Subcontinent Opinion South India

BJP efforts for change in government in Karnataka lacks numeric strength

Addressing the media in Delhi, Congress veteran Mallikarjun Kharge said all the 118 MLAs of the coalition are intact and questioned why the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has kept its MLAs in a resort in Haryana’s Gurugram, far away from Karnataka.   “I have spoken to Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy, Deputy Chief Minister G. Read More…