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203 crorepati MLAs in new Karnataka Assembly

The average asset per MLA in the 2013 Karnataka Assembly elections is Rs. 23.54 crore, a nearly 135% increase compared to the previous 2008 poll, when it was Rs. 10.02 crore, according to an NGO.

4 AICC observers to visit K'taka to decide CM issue

Congress is sending four AICC observers led by AK Antony to Karnataka on Friday to consider the views of newly-elected MLAs on the issue of chief ministership.

Two of 3 ex-ministers tainted by porngate lose

Two of the three BJP leaders who had to resign from their minister posts after being shown across TV channels watching pornographic visuals on a mobile phone in the assembly last year have lost the elections.

Sons and others thrive as dynastic politics deepens

Dynastic politics hit a new high in Karnataka as 18 victorious candidates had a powerful relative or family connection to politics. Of them, 10 were from the Congress, five from the BJP and three from the Janata Dal (Secular).

Cong wins 11 seats of 15 declared in Karnataka poll results

Congress today won 11 of the 15 seats of Karnataka Assembly, for which results have been declared, officials said.

Coastal Karnataka: How the verdict came about

The moral policing and communal polarisation issues went against BJP in the coastal districts South Kanara (Mangalore) and Udupi.

Karnataka: Mallikarjun Kharge open to being CM

Union labour minister and senior leader from Karnataka Mallikarjun Kharge today indicated that he was ready to be considered for the Chief Minister's post following the electoral victory in the state.

K'taka polls: About 1.35 lakh police personnel to be deployed

Nearly 1.35 lakh police personnel, including those from the Central Police Force would be deployed to ensure free and fair Assembly polls in Karnataka on May five, a top police official said today.

It's too soon to write him off

BS Yeddyurappa can do to the BJP in Karnataka precisely what Sharad Pawar has done to the Congress: play not just kingmaker but also a spoiler.

Karnataka elections on May 5

Karnataka elections on May 5

Single phase elections on May 5 in Karnataka

Karnataka will go for a single-phase assembly elections on May 5, the Election Commission announced Wednesday.

Assembly polls: Clock is ticking for BJP in K'taka

Days after the ruling BJP’s big debacle in the urban local bodies’ polls, the election commission announced the dates for the assembly polls in Karnataka on Wednesday. The election will be held in a single phase on May 5. HT reports.

Election on May 5, clock starts ticking for BJP in Karnataka

Days after the ruling BJP’s big debacle in the urban local bodies’ polls, the election commission announced the dates for the assembly polls in Karnataka on Wednesday. The election will be held in a single phase on May 5.

Karnataka BJP gets new chief ahead of polls

The BJP today named Lok Sabha member and long-time RSS activist Pralhad Joshi as the party's Karnataka unit president, ending two weeks of dilly-dallying after incumbent K S Eshwarappa quit on March 7.

Modi may not come to the aid of beleaguered BJP in state

Even as a beleaguered BJP in Karnataka looks towards Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi to be its star campaigner, party insiders say that Modi may not be too keen to walk into the "mess" in Karnataka. Shekhar Iyer reports.
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