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HindustanTimes Sun,28 Dec 2014

Karnataka Assam Elections 2013

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.

Don't tire out: Cong to cadre

Don't be complacent and stem factionalism is the message from the Congress leadership to its Karnataka unit ahead of the May 5 assembly elections. Aurangzeb Naqshbandi reports. All set to woo the voters in a triangular contest

Karnataka election will test BJP's new team: Congress

The Congress party on Sunday said the Karnataka assembly elections in May would be the "first test" for the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) new team.

Karnataka ministers get 7 times richer in just 4 yrs

A minister in Karnataka in 2008 was, on average, more than seven times richer than what she or he had been in 2004, the year the Congress lost its majority in the assembly but continued to be in power for two more years, according to a survey. HT reports.

Jagadish Shettar BJP candidate for Karnataka polls

Jagadish Shettar will be BJP's chief ministerial candidate in the Karnataka Assembly polls, Rajnath Singh said on Monday, even as he downplayed the issue of corruption that has plagued the party-led government in the southern state.

Not to declare Karnataka CM candidate a poll strategy: Cong

With BJP needling it on the issue of naming its chief ministerial candidate, Congress, on Monday, said it was its strategy not to declare its choice for the post in the run-up to the Karnataka assembly polls on may 5, in which it hopes to come back to power.
 

Karnataka: BJP poll campaign launch a flop show

Call it a bad omen, but the ruling BJP's big inauguration for the 2013 assembly polls in Karnataka turned out a flop show on Monday.

Karnataka polls: All parties get battle-ready

All leading parties of Karnataka are getting battle-ready for the May 5 state assembly elections.

Manmohan, Sonia, Rahul to campaign for Karnataka polls

 Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Congress president Sonia Gandhi and AICC vice president Rahul Gandhi will campaign for the May 5 assembly elections in Karnataka.

Karnataka: Cong's 'most eligible bachelor' worth over Rs. 900 cr

Young and suave Priya Krishna,seeking re-election as Congress candidate from a Bangalore constituency for May 5 Assembly polls, has retained his status of the richest candidate with assets of over Rs. 910 crore.

BJP manifesto promises sops to the poor, farmers

The BJP's Karnataka poll manifesto, released by party leader Arun Jaitley on Friday, addressed various segments of society such as college students, the middle classes, agriculturists and people below the poverty line.

Cong wants rebels to stand down for better prospects

Even though the Congress managed to persuade a few strong rebel candidates in Karnataka to withdraw from the contest at the last moment, the party is still grappling with the dissidence factor. Quite a few disgruntled leaders are still determined to fight the May 5 assembly elections as independents.

EC reprimands K'tka deputy CM for poll code violation

The Election Commission on Tuesday reprimanded Karnataka deputy chief minister KS Eshwarappa for violating the Model Code of Conduct in connection with his alleged hate speech and asked him to be cautious in future.

Congress poll manifesto one up on BJP's

The Congress has stolen a march over the BJP and taken itself a step closer to the National Food Security Bill in its Karnataka election manifesto, apart from addressing the requirements of agriculture, industry and infrastructure.
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