Karnataka Floor Test : BJP Skips | BS Yeddyurappa Resigned As The Chief Minister Of Karnataka

“I will work for the betterment of the state till my last breath. If I have to sit on the other side (Opposition), it is okay. I will continue working for the betterment of the people. There will be many more elections.” These were the words of BS Yeddyurappa as he decided to resign before

Supreme Court Orders Floor Test In Karnataka Assembly Tomorrow

Supreme Court has just ordered for having floor test in Karnataka Assembly tomorrow at 4 pm. In the much talked political drama, this is the time for BS Yeddyurappa to prove the ability to have governance in the state. Friday morning, the three-judge bench of the Supreme Court was hearing a petition filed by the

Karnataka Elections: SC Refuses To Stay Yeddyurappa Swearing-In, Hearing On Cong-JD(S) Plea To Continue Friday

While India was sleeping, the Honorable court was hearing on Cong-JD(S) plea. The apex court commenced the hearing at 2.11am and ended at 5.28am. A special bench comprising Justices A K Sikri, S A Bobde and Ashok Bhushan has heard all the concerns related to this case. The bench said, "This Court is not passing

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Karnataka Election Results 2018: Congress Extends Its Support For JDS

Bhartiya Janta Party is coming up as the single largest party and JDS going to set the wind of forthcoming governance in the state. However, counting of votes is still under way in Karnataka. Till now, BJP is on 106 seats while Congress is on 72. JDS has been limited to 40 seats only. This

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