Karnataka Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar on Sunday disqualified 14 more rebel MLAs -- 11 from the Congress and three from the JD(S) -- under the anti-defection law till the end of the current term of the House in 2023.
On Monday, the debate on the confidence motion entered its third day, and Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar has summoned all rebel MLAs tomorrow.
The Supreme Court will examine the "weighty" constitutional issues in the resignation and disqualification of 15 rebel MLAs.
Deve Gowda made the party position clear a day after a section of JD(S) legislators asked former Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy to extend support to the BJP government in Karnataka.
H Nagesh and R Shankar were inducted into the cabinet barely a month ago to avoid their chances of leaving the government.
The police said they will verify if Roshan Baig was planning to leave the city after a recent release of a video on Youtube by the multi-crore Ponzi scheme prime accused Mansoor Ali Khan.
The Congress-JD(S) government in Karnataka collapsed after the confidence motion moved by Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy was defeated in the assembly, ending his 14-month long turbulent tenure.
The total number of legislators, including these five, who have approached the top court has reached 15 now.
With the resignation of two more MLAs -- Dr K Sudhakar and MTB Nagaraj -- the crisis in the government deepened, but DK Shivakumar told the reporters that he...
Even though all 21 Congress ministers resigned from their respective portfolios, followed by a similar exercise by their JD(S) colleagues, in a last-ditch...
The Congress-JD(S) government has been on a sticky wicket ever since the two parties joined hands in a post-poll set up to rule the state.
A FIR was filed on Sunday against the editor, Vishweshwar Bhat, and the editorial staff under Sections 406 (criminal breach of trust), 420 (cheating) and 499...
The Karnataka cabinet Friday reposed 'faith and confidence' in the leadership of chief minister HD Kumaraswamy and asserted that the Congress-JD(S) coalition...
A BJP sweep in Karnataka will, most observers anticipate, push the state's ruling Congress-JD(S) coalition to the brink.
Various exit polls on Sunday gave the BJP a clear lead in Karnataka where the saffron party had faced a joint Congress-Janata Dal (Secular) campaign
Known as KCR, the Telangana Rashtra Samithi chief, has been proposing a non-BJP, non-Congress federal front at the Centre.
Kumaraswamy released the clips at a hurriedly called press conference hours before the presentation of the state budget in the assembly.
Kumaraswamy and JD(S) leader P G R Sindhia also said Congress cannot take the party's leaders for granted just because they are in a coalition.