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Q&A: Has a Chief Minister never lost elections?
Deccan Chronicle

Q&A: Has a Chief Minister never lost elections?

Retired Judge Chandrashekharaiah, who is contesting on JD(S) ticket from Mysore-Kodagu is upbeat about his plunge into the polls, as he claims no opposition from within the party With senior Congress leader, Jaffer Sharief doing a U-turn and ... Deccan Chronicle, 3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

LS poll hustings: JD(S) and Seva Dal members take to streets

Cap : JD(S) candidate for Mysore-Kodagu Lok Sabha constituency Justice K. Chandrashekaraiah, who was Karnataka Upa Lokayukta, is seen campaigning during his morning walk near Kukkarahalli Lake this morning along with MLA G.T. Devegowda, Mayor N.M.
 Star of Mysore2 weeks ago Poll code gets GT Devegowda's goat  Times of India3 weeks ago Sharief says he prayed for JD(S) victory  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Has Siddu Eroded JD(S)'s Old Mysore Base?  New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Candidates take a break after hectic campaigning

After slogging it out for over a month, candidates contesting the Lok Sabha elections can now afford to take a break from hectic campaigning. A day after the polls, some candidates were seen returning to their native places, while some stayed at their homes ...
 Deccan Herald2 hours ago Candidates make best use of Sunday  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Party candidates go different ways seeking votes  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago No JD(S) candidate in Koppal  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Mys-Kodagu records 65.2 pc voting

Voting largely peaceful; urban voters come out in large numbers; polling picks up in the evening Peaceful polling was recorded in almost all the Lok Sabha constituencies in the Mysore region. Barring the violence at Udayagiri in the city, where the clash ...
 Deccan Herald19 hours ago
Star of Mysore

71.94 voter turnout in Kodagu

The voting was peaceful in Madikeri and Virajpet Assembly constituencies which come under Mysore Lok Sabha constituency. While Madikeri recorded 73.84 per cent voter turn out, Virajpet recorded 70.04 per cent thus registering a total voting percentage of ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago It's Siddu's Charisma vs Modi Mania in Mysore  New Indian Express3 days ago Politicking reaches its peak in Mysore on Sunday  Deccan Herald4 days ago JD(S)' 'secret pact' with BJP makes Mysore a close call  Deccan Herald5 days ago
Star of Mysore

Paduvarahalli voters protest sudden change of polling booth

District Minister V. Sreenivasa Prasad and MLA Vasu are seen pacifying the protesting voters. Mysore, Apr. 17- Tension prevailed at Paduvarahalli (Vinayakanagar) here for over four hours this morning as the polling booth, which used to be assigned ...
 Star of Mysore1 day ago

Come decide the fate of 17 candidates

While Simha was telecampaigning, JD(S) workers went door-to-door for votes Sitting MP AHVishwanath from Congress, columnist Prathap Simha from BJP, former upa lokayukta Chandrashekaraiah from Janata Dal (Secular), MVPadmamma from Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

Gloves are off in Siddaramaiah's proxy bout

MYSORE: When counting of votes for Periyapatna assembly segment was taken up on May 31 last, chief minister Siddaramaiah was closely tracking it from Bangalore. Mysore MP Adagooru H Vishwanath had even reached the counting centre ahead of the party ...
 Times of India3 days ago Cong victory in Mysore crucial for Siddaramaiah  NewKerala.com1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Congress MP highest spender in Mysore

Mysore: A week ahead of the poll, Congress candidate, Adaguru H. Vishwanath has emerged as the biggest spender, splurging Rs 31,42,811, from his personal funds on his campaign in of Mysore-Kodagu constituency, followed by BJP's Pratap Simha (Rs ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 days ago

HDK, DVS, Shobha, Geetha Cannot Vote for Themselves

Some of the high profile candidates sweating it out to woo voters ahead of the April 17 polls won't be able to vote for themselves in their own constituencies. The reason: they are registered as voters elsewhere. Former chief ministers H D ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago
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