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'Karnataka By Elections' - 23 Video Result(s)

'Karnataka By Elections' - 121 News Result(s)

  • Siddaramaiah Revamps Karnataka Cabinet, Sacks 14 Ministers, Inducts 13

    Siddaramaiah Revamps Karnataka Cabinet, Sacks 14 Ministers, Inducts 13

    Siddaramaiah-led Karnataka government in a major revamp today dropped 14 ministers from its cabinet while inducting 13 new at a ceremony in Bengaluru's Raj Bhavan. The new-look team will lead the ruling Congress into the Assembly elections due in less than two years.

  • Rajya Sabha Polls: Will Parties Get Their Math Right?

    Rajya Sabha Polls: Will Parties Get Their Math Right?

    Elections for 57 Rajya Sabha seats in 15 states will take place today and with a contest in seven states, political parties are in a last minute scramble to ensure they get their numbers right.

  • Karnataka Game Of Thrones: Mystery, Allegations And A Trip To Mumbai

    Karnataka Game Of Thrones: Mystery, Allegations And A Trip To Mumbai

    It's being called the Game of Thrones, Karnataka version. Five days before Rajya Sabha elections in the state, the ruling Congress has been accused of sponsoring a trip to Mumbai for 14 Independent lawmakers in the state to ensure that they vote for its candidate.

  • Tough Fight For Some Rajya Sabha Candidates While Others Breathe Easy

    Tough Fight For Some Rajya Sabha Candidates While Others Breathe Easy

    It will be smooth sailing for ministers like Suresh Prabhu, Piyush Goyal, Vinay Sahasrabuddhe and former union minister P Chidambaram but there's a contest on the cards in at least six states like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Haryana.

  • Battlelines Drawn For Rajya Sabha Polls In Karnataka, JD(S) Choice Creates Rift In Party

    Battlelines Drawn For Rajya Sabha Polls In Karnataka, JD(S) Choice Creates Rift In Party

    Today is the last day for filing nominations for the Rajya Sabha seats for which elections will be held on June 11. In Karnataka, as always, the main parties are hoping to push their candidates through - sometimes with a little help from independents or even members of another party.

  • In Congress Collapse, The Usual Response: Gandhis Not To Blame

    In Congress Collapse, The Usual Response: Gandhis Not To Blame

    The Congress picked up the pace of its collapse considerably today, with huge defeats in Kerala and Assam; it now retains charge of just one major state- Karnataka.

  • Congress Accuses BJP Of Appointing 'Tainted' Leaders As State Unit Chiefs

    Congress Accuses BJP Of Appointing 'Tainted' Leaders As State Unit Chiefs

    The Congress today made a scathing attack on the BJP for its selection of new chiefs for states like Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab.

  • By-Poll Results: People Rejected Vote-Bank Politics, Says BJP

    By-Poll Results: People Rejected Vote-Bank Politics, Says BJP

    Buoyed by National Democratic Alliance (NDA) constituents' win in seven of the 12 bypolls whose results were declared today, BJP claimed people have shown their preference for its developmental politics over "vote-bank politics" of Congress and Samajwadi Party (SP) governments.

  • Congress Eyes Majority In Karnataka Legislative Council Polls

    Congress Eyes Majority In Karnataka Legislative Council Polls

    Voting for 25 seats of the Legislative Council or Upper House of the Karnataka Assembly was held in the state on Sunday. A total of 125 candidates contested for the seats with maximum fielded by the three major parties in fray, the ruling Congress, the BJP and the Janata Dal (Secular).

  • Bengaluru Sticks With BJP, PM Tweets 'Hat-trick': 10 Developments

    Bengaluru Sticks With BJP, PM Tweets 'Hat-trick': 10 Developments

    In Congress-ruled Karnataka, capital Bengaluru has picked the BJP again to fix its chronic civic problems, handing the party a majority in the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike or BBMP, that it has controlled for the last five years.

  • Bengaluru Civic Elections Voting Ends With Dismal Turnout

    Bengaluru Civic Elections Voting Ends With Dismal Turnout

    Voting for Bengaluru's municipal body known as the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike or BBMP ended today with less than 50 per cent voter turnout, underscoring once again the city's apathy to polls.

  • Bengaluru Sees Low Turnout in Crucial Civic Polls

    Bengaluru Sees Low Turnout in Crucial Civic Polls

    Bengaluru is voting today to elect its civic body, amid major concerns of traffic and cleanliness faced by its residents, in a high-prestige political battle. Till 12 noon, just 11 per cent of the electorate had come out to vote.

  • The Key Issues Facing Bengaluru Ahead of Municipal Polls

    The Key Issues Facing Bengaluru Ahead of Municipal Polls

    With the municipal elections due this Saturday, the residents of Bengaluru are thinking more than usual about the civic challenges faced by the city. A garden city that first turned into the country's IT capital, became a pensioner's paradise, and is now a startup town.

  • Bengaluru Civic Elections Campaign Starts Off With Accusations

    Bengaluru Civic Elections Campaign Starts Off With Accusations

    With familiar-sounding promises to clear out the garbage on streets, fix traffic jams, mend potholes and clean up filthy lakes, aspirants for the Bengaluru civic polls have jumped into the fray. Their first task at hand? Raise the offensive on opponents.

  • Black Friday to Mark Lack of Civic Amenities in Parts of Bengaluru

    Black Friday to Mark Lack of Civic Amenities in Parts of Bengaluru

    Bengaluru may have been ranked as the country's cleanest state capital based on Swachh Bharat parameters of open defecation and solid waste management, but some of the residents would disagree about the city's overall civic amenities. In the IT hub of Whitefield area, members of the citizen's group, Whitefield Rising, are observing Black Friday as ...

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