Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Analysis: South of the Vindhyas, the Narendra Modi wave met with divided response. Karnataka may have given BJP a big fillip, but Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh still have a dominant Congress leaning
As an independent candidate from Mandya, Sumalatha Ambareesh has been successful in finding support from the Kannada film industry to carry forward the legacy of her late actor-turned-politician husband M.H Ambareesh
On the eve of counting day, all eyes are on three key states – Karnataka, West Bengal and Odisha, that have the potential to spring a surprise and influence the results of the Lok Sabha elections 2019.
Senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge on Sunday stoked a controversy when he asked whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi would hang himself if the Congress party manages to get 40 seats in the Lok Sabha elections
Raking up the Rafale fighter jet deal issue, Congress President Rahul Gandhi accused PM Narendra Modi of being a thief, and alleged that the prime minister stole Rs 30,000 crore and gifted it to his "thief friend", Anil Ambani.
BJP's 'Operation Lotus' gambit had paid off in Karnataka a decade ago. The phrase is once again making headlines in the state after the Janata Dal (Secular)-Congress coalition came to power in May 2018.