Karnataka’s BJP attempts yet another ‘operation lotus’ and fails miserably to topple the Kumaraswamy govt.
BJP calls Karnataka Chief Minister Kumaraswamy, an accidental chief minister, after the controversy over the movie ‘Accidental Prime Minister’
Mayawati is at loggerheads with Congress party. After refusing to tie up with Congress in Chattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh and attacking the Congress leadership, she asked her Minister in Kumaraswamy govt, N Mahesh to quit the cabinet.
How long will Kumaraswamy survive as CM of Karnataka? Will BJP be able to pouch JDS/Congress MLAs to form govt? What will happen to the JDS-Congress coalition? Karnataka politics is heading for a roller-coaster ride!
Kumaraswamy manages to complete hundred days as Karnataka CM. In hundred days, he faced hundred hurdles from Congress party men in general and from ex-CM Siddaramaiah in particular.
ಉತ್ತರ ಕರ್ನಾಟಕವನ್ನು ಖುಷಿ ಪಡಿಸೋಕೆ ಕುಮಾರಣ್ಣನ ಉಪಾಯ!
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Suddenly there’s a demand for separate North Karnataka, after BJP leader Sriramulu’s statement went viral. The call for North Karnataka bandh met with a cold response, proving that most people in North Karnataka want to stay in united Karnataka. Karnataka CM Kumaraswamy alleges that he powerless and frustrated BJP is fuelling the North Karnataka statehood […]
Kumaraswamy’s JDS doesn’t have any presence worth mentioning in North Karnataka. His comment about the voters in North Karnataka led to angry protests. There is also a wide-spread feeling that North Karnataka has been neglected by different governments.
Congress has chosen Rahul Gandhi as PM candidate from the party. Remember Sonia Gandhi once told Rahul that power is poison. Will Rahul be accepted by the other opposition parties? Will he be able to cope up with the coalition pressure, in case of a fractured mandate in 2019? Mail Today cartoon