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BANGALORE: Amidst the row over recovery of fake voter IDs from a flat in Raj Rajeshwari Nagar constituency of Karanataka, BJP leader and owner of the flat Manjula Nanjamari's son rebuffed allegations that he was the tenant of the flat.

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VIJAYAPURA : UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday said that she agrees with Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he is a big orator and speaks like an actor, but wherever he goes, he speaks the wrong things.

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BANGALORE: As the election campaign goes to its peak level, leaders of both BJP and Congress accuses each other. Today Karnataka is witnessing rallies lead by three national leaders, Sonia Gandhi, Yogi and Modi.

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BANGALORE: In the run-up to the Assembly polls in the state of Karnataka, former Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, and Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah are scheduled to visit the state for their election campaign, later today.

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BENGALURU : Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Monday challenged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate B.S. Yeddyurappa to an open debate with him.

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MYSORE: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Monday responded to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's allegations over the Mahadayi river dispute, and said that the decision over the issue has to be taken by the Prime Minister, and not former Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

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BANGALORE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address four public rallies in poll bound-Karnataka on Saturday. As part of his campaign blitzkrieg, the Prime Minister will address election rallies in Tumkur, Gadag, Shimoga and Mangaluru.

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BANGALORE: Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) Chief Minister candidate for the upcoming Karnataka Assembly Elections, B. S. Yeddyurappa, on Friday, underscored his party's priority for the welfare of farmers.

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BANGALORE: Amid of the election fever in Karnataka, a group of young people started a new campaign called #MyVoteIsNotForSaleKA, to promote clean and clear electoral process in the coming up assembly elections.

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BANGALORE: While Chief Minister Siddramaiah is facing tough fight in Chamundeshwari and Badami constituencies, the other key players in Karnataka politics areseem to be well ensconced in their respective constituencies.

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BANGALORE: Chamundeshwari and Badami have become the most talked about constituencies in political circles across the country as Karnataka goes to polls on May 12 to elect a new Assembly. The two Assembly segments have aroused curiosity not because Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is seeking perhaps his last mandate from there alone but because the contest here will be a pointer to the post-poll political alignments.

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KALABURAGI: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's three rallies in the poll-bound Karnataka, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Tuesday said that he has no objection with his rallies, while adding that it would not have any impact on the people of the state.

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MYSORE: Expressing confidence over Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) victory in Karnataka, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that there is not a BJP wave in the state but a BJP storm.

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BANGALORE: With Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah stealing its caste card and its chief ministerial candidate B S Yeddyurappa and the Reddy brothers depriving it of the anti-corruption plank, the Bharatiya Janata Party is focusing on development to win the crucial Assembly elections on May 12.

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 BANGALORE: The assets of 50 re-contesting MLAs in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly with assets above Rs.10 crores in 2013 have gone up by over 60 percent during their term. While two top rich MLAs, Priya Krishna (Govindraj Nagar) and N Nagaraju (Hosakote) have become billionaires, three joined the Rs.100-crore club during the tenure of the Siddaramaiah government. All the five re-contesting MLAs belong to the ruling Congress Party.

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KOPPAL: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah accused Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah-led state government of "pocketing" the funds pumped into the state by the Centre.

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BANGALORE: The assets of members of the Siddaramaiah ministry has nearly doubled in five years. Analysis of the assets declared by 31 of the 33 ministers while filing their nomination for the May 12 Assembly poll showed that their average income had increased from Rs.36.76 crores in 2013 to Rs.70.42 crores in 2018, marking a 91.6 percent increase.

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MANGALORE: The congress party in Karnataka launches its election manifesto today. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Congress president Rahul Gandhi and other senior party leaders on Friday opened party's manifesto for upcoming state assembly elections.

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BANGALORE: At a time when the political temperature in Karnataka is soaring and the Lingayat issue is adding on to the heat, Siddalinga Swami, the junior pontiff of the influential Lingayat - Siddaganga mutt, clarified that "the mutt only blesses politicians for their future endeavours and does not make any attempt to influence the voters."

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BANGALORE: The Rashtriya Basava Sena on Tuesday claimed that the Lingayat community in poll-bound Karnataka no longer sees former chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa as a leader.

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BANGALORE: The mercury continues to rise in Karnataka, literally and figuratively, as the date of assembly election is just 3 weeks away, and today is the last day for filing nomination papers for the 224 seat assembly. The last date for withdrawal of nomination is 27th April and the voting will be conducted on May 12.

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HUBLI: Expressing faith on the voters, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddharamaiah on Tuesday said that he is least bothered as to who will contest against him in the upcoming state assembly election.

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BANGALORE: The number of candidates with criminal cases entering the poll fray in the State is witnessing a steady increase over the years. According to an analysis of 498 candidates fielded by the three major political parties in the state by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), 95 candidates with criminal cases pending against them have been re-nominated to contest the Assembly election on May 12.

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BANGALORE: Luring the electorate with promises and trying to swing the mood of the public with high pitched religious and caste based volatile speeches is nothing new in Indian politics, and the same may be said about trading cash for votes, an unscrupulous but rampant practice which the Election Commission has a hard time keeping a check on.

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BANGALORE: The opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is banking heavily on a high voltage presence by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the last leg of campaigning in the state before it goes to polls on May 12.

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BANGALORE: Paying tribute to Basaveshwara, the revered Lingayat philosopher of the 12th century, at Albert Embankment on the bank of the Thames River, PM Modi did what best he could to woo the powerful and well connected Lingayat community in Karnataka, the state which goes to polls on May 12th.

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BENGALURU : BJP Chief Ministerial candidate for the May 12 Karnataka Assembly polls, B.S. Yeddyurappa, on Thursday filed his nomination papers from Shikaripura segment, a party official said.

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MYSURU: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Friday clarified that the Congress would not be stitching an alliance with any other party in the upcoming Karnataka Assembly elections.

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BANGALORE: Before filing his nomination from the Shikarpur constituency in Shimoga, BJP’s chief ministerial candidate B S Yedyurappa said that he is confident of winning by a big margin in the Karnataka assembly polls scheduled for May 12th.

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BENGALURU : During his 2 day tour of Karnataka to campaign for the state assembly election, not only did Amit Shah try to undo the damage to his party his recent gaffes did, he also carried out a scathing attack on the ruling Congress and CM Siddaramaiah.

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BANGLORE: Karnataka Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy on Wednesday slammed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Shobha Karandlaj for objecting the Congress party from honouring the 12th-century Lingayat philosopher Basaveshwara.

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BENGALURU : Battleground Karnataka is witnessing things heating up as 12th May, the date of assembly election in the state is drawing near. After announcing the names of 72 candidates on April 7, the BJP has now announced the name of 82 more candidates for the election. Amit Shah,

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BENGALURU : Karnataka's ruling Congress on Monday set up a special cell to quell the revolt brewing in the party from a dozen sitting legislators and scores of aspirants whose names did not figure in the 218 candidates declared to contest the May 12 assembly elections.

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MANDYA: The Congress workers on Monday vandalised the party office here, to protest against the distribution of tickets for the upcoming Karnataka Assembly Elections. The Congress Party released its first list of 218 candidates for the upcoming Assembly elections on April 15.

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BANGALORE: Both Congress and BJP are trying to up their game as the date of assembly election in Karnataka is nearing. Determined to gain as much traction as possible before ending their respective campaigns, national heads of both parties, Rahul Gandhi (Congress) and Amit Shah (BJP), have made several trips to the state, trying to establish connect with the masses, and particularly meeting religious luminaries in an attempt to please different groups.

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BANGALORE: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and former Karnataka Chief Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda on Monday slammed the Congress on continuing its "legacy" of giving electoral tickets to family members and not inducting a new face ahead of the crucial elections in Karnataka next month.

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