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Badami: Sriramulu may be BJP's surprise weapon against CM

The BJP is mulling over fielding Bellary Lok Sabha member B Sriramulu from the Badami seat in the district if Chief Minister Siddaramaiah contests from there. This is as part of the strategy devised by the BJP under the leadership of party president Amit Shah ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago

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Molakalmuru: Sriramulu's campaign begins on violent note

The poll campaign launch of B Sriramulu, who has been named the BJP candidate from Molakalmuru (ST) seat, turned violent on Friday at Nayakanahatti village as the police resorted to lathi-charge to disperse the clashing supporters of the BJP leader and ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Violence erupts as Sriramulu begins his campaign  Deccan Herald1 week ago BJP to piggyback on Sriramulu to bag max ST reserved seats  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Thippeswamy vows to defeat Sriramulu

MLA from Molkalmur S Thippeswamy said on Saturday he would contest from any party, if given a chance. Otherwise, he would enter the fray as an independent, he said. He was speaking to reporters after a meeting with his supporters at his residence at ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Caste equations forced Siddaramaiah to opt for 2nd seat, say experts

According to some accounts, internal Congress surveys indicated a tough battle for the chief minister in Chamundeshwari. IMAGE: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on campaign trail. Photograph: Kind courtesy @siddaramaiah/Twitter The polarisation of upper castes, especially the numerically strong Vokkaligas, in Chamundeshwari seat might have prompted Karnataka Chief Minister Siddramaiah to play it safe and also contest from Badami, watchers of the assembly ...
 Rediff.com17 hours ago

Siddaramaiah files nomination from Badami

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, files nomination from Badami constituency. Siddaramaiah is contesting the upcoming elections from two seats- Badami and Chamundeshwari. On April 20, he had filed his nomination papers from Chamundeshwari constituency.
 catchnews.com17 hours ago

BJP in damage control mode; tries to placate disgruntled partymen

The BJP on Saturday swung into action to contain possible damage to the party, following disgruntled party leader Thippeswamy from Molakalmuru threatening to contest as a rebel candidate. The party leadership is learnt to have directed state leaders to hold ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Party-hoppers make it to BJP's first list of candidates for K'tka poll

Most of them are sitting legislators and a few of them also served as ministers in the past.   Most of the party-hoppers, who joined the Bharatiya Janata Party ahead of the May 12 assembly polls in Karnataka, have made it to the party's first list of candidates. In the list of 72 candidates for the high-stakes contest to the 224-member assembly that was released on Sunday, at least 11 recently joined the BJP, including some who had deserted it earlier.   Those who have made it to the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Central Karnataka: Congress hopes to retain grip

Central Karnataka, which consists of seven districts, is all set to witness an interesting fight between major political parties, with the BJP and the JD(S) making all efforts to end the ruling Congress dominance over the region. The Congress had an upper ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Mining scam accused at helm of today's Rahul's poll rally

When Congress president Rahul Gandhi shares the dais with former BJP MLA Anand Singh, who joined the Congress recently, at the launch of the partys poll campaign "Janashirvaada yatra" at Hosapete in Ballari district on Saturday, the ruling party would come a ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

JD-S holds key to Congress's 2nd term in Karnataka

The Congress must learn its lessons from the Gujarat elections and ensure that the anti-BJP votes don't get splintered, says Shafeeq Rahman. With the 2019 general election a year away, every state election becomes crucial. So much so that even a small error can have a larger impact on the winning prospects of a political party, be it the Congress or the Bharatiya Janata Party. Karnataka, which comprises 6 per cent of the total voters in the country, is scheduled to go to polls before May this ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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