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Political coalitions can be tricky at the best of times. And in Karnataka, the voting to the Rajarajeshwari Nagar consituency in Bengaluru today ( May 28) has seen coalition partners, the Janata Dal Secular and the Congress put up candidates who are contesting against each other.

From Karnataka to Uttar Pradesh, opposition parties have been on a high all of this week over renewed hopes of putting up a united front against the national coalition fronted by the BJP. On Saturday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley sought to dismiss that optimism in opposition ranks, describing the proposed front as an "anarchist" formation of "disp…

The opposition has just shown a semblance of unity at the swearing in ceremony of H D Kumaraswamy. It has miles to go before it crystallises into some kind of a formal structure. But Hindutva supporters are already jittery. Their reaction on social media is unprintable. They are bitter, angry and resorting to all kinds of abuses.

The BJP acted in accordance with constitutional propriety and quit office when it failed to gather the required numbers. Whether it attempted horse-trading is a matter of conjecture and, in any case, the Congress-JD(S) combine too pulled out all stops to hold its MLAs captive and even procure some more.

After days of high voltage drama in Karnataka, BJP witnessed the fall of it’s three-day-old government yesterday. HD Kumaraswamy picked up his invite to be Karnataka’s next chief minister from Governor Vajubhai Vala and is set to head the Congress-JD(S) coalition.

The Congress and the Janata Dal Secular that came together to form an alliance after the election results were declared are "not natural allies" but driven by the common objective to keep BS Yeddyurappa’s BJP out of power in Karnataka, a senior state Congress leader told NDTV.

HD Kumaraswamy picked up his invite to be Karnataka’s next chief minister from Governor Vajubhai Vala on Saturday evening, hours after the governor’s first, but controversial choice to run the state – BS Yeddyurappa – sent in his resignation. As he walked out of Raj Bhavan, Mr Kumaraswamy, the nominee of Congress-Janata Dal Secular alliance for the…

The Indian National Congress has approached the Goa Governor, Mridula Sinha, to "correct her mistake" after the elections to the state assembly last year. The Congress says it should have been invited to form the government in Goa after the elections in March last year as it emerged as the single largest party.

The drama and excitement thrown up by the crisis in Karnataka was not the lone case in the history of the Supreme Court burning the midnight oil. The historic hearing, which paved the way for today’s swearing-in of BS Yeddyurappa as the Chief Minister of the state, witnessed examples cited by senior lawyers about some of the previous post-midnight …

The Congress will observe ‘Save Democracy Day’ across the country on Friday to protest Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala’s "collusion with the BJP" and his "partisan" action of inviting BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa to take oath as Chief Minister following a split verdict in that state.

Democracy was murdered the moment "desperate" Congress made an "opportunist" offer to the JD(S) to form the government in Karnataka for "petty political gains", BJP President Amit Shah said today while hitting back at the Congress over its "murder of democracy" accusation.

Political coalitions can be tricky at the best of times. And in Karnataka, the voting to the Rajarajeshwari Nagar consituency in Bengaluru today ( May 28) has seen coalition partners, the Janata Dal Secular and the Congress put up candidates who are contesting against each other.

From Karnataka to Uttar Pradesh, opposition parties have been on a high all of this week over renewed hopes of putting up a united front against the national coalition fronted by the BJP. On Saturday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley sought to dismiss that optimism in opposition ranks, describing the proposed front as an "anarchist" formation of "disp…

The opposition has just shown a semblance of unity at the swearing in ceremony of H D Kumaraswamy. It has miles to go before it crystallises into some kind of a formal structure. But Hindutva supporters are already jittery. Their reaction on social media is unprintable. They are bitter, angry and resorting to all kinds of abuses.

The BJP acted in accordance with constitutional propriety and quit office when it failed to gather the required numbers. Whether it attempted horse-trading is a matter of conjecture and, in any case, the Congress-JD(S) combine too pulled out all stops to hold its MLAs captive and even procure some more.

After days of high voltage drama in Karnataka, BJP witnessed the fall of it’s three-day-old government yesterday. HD Kumaraswamy picked up his invite to be Karnataka’s next chief minister from Governor Vajubhai Vala and is set to head the Congress-JD(S) coalition.

The Congress and the Janata Dal Secular that came together to form an alliance after the election results were declared are "not natural allies" but driven by the common objective to keep BS Yeddyurappa’s BJP out of power in Karnataka, a senior state Congress leader told NDTV.

HD Kumaraswamy picked up his invite to be Karnataka’s next chief minister from Governor Vajubhai Vala on Saturday evening, hours after the governor’s first, but controversial choice to run the state – BS Yeddyurappa – sent in his resignation. As he walked out of Raj Bhavan, Mr Kumaraswamy, the nominee of Congress-Janata Dal Secular alliance for the…

The Indian National Congress has approached the Goa Governor, Mridula Sinha, to "correct her mistake" after the elections to the state assembly last year. The Congress says it should have been invited to form the government in Goa after the elections in March last year as it emerged as the single largest party.

The drama and excitement thrown up by the crisis in Karnataka was not the lone case in the history of the Supreme Court burning the midnight oil. The historic hearing, which paved the way for today’s swearing-in of BS Yeddyurappa as the Chief Minister of the state, witnessed examples cited by senior lawyers about some of the previous post-midnight …

The Congress will observe ‘Save Democracy Day’ across the country on Friday to protest Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala‘s "collusion with the BJP" and his "partisan" action of inviting BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa to take oath as Chief Minister following a split verdict in that state.

Democracy was murdered the moment "desperate" Congress made an "opportunist" offer to the JD(S) to form the government in Karnataka for "petty political gains", BJP President Amit Shah said today while hitting back at the Congress over its "murder of democracy" accusation.