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Siddaramaiah says Congress has to come back to powerAccording to media reports, the Chief Minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah has asked all secular-minded people to come together and defeat the communal forces at the national level. For this, he said Congress has to come back to power. He made this remark just a month before the Karnataka Assembly Elections that are going to be held on May 12.2018-04-12 03:35:59 PM
JD(U) is going to contest for 25-30 seats in KarnatakaAccording to media reports, Nitish Kumar, the Chief Minister of Bihar, who was in Bengaluru on Wednesday addressed the party workers ahead of the upcoming polls in Karnataka. He also announced that his party Janata Dal (United) is aiming to contest on 25-30 seats in the elections which are going to be held on May 12, in the poll-bound state of Karnataka. JD(U) has a large presence in Bihar and Jharkhand.2018-04-12 03:17:21 PM
Amit Shah on a two-day visit to the poll-bound state of KarnatakaBharatiya Janata Party Chief Amit Shah is on a two-day visit to Karnataka. He is basically going to visit key areas of Mumbai Karnataka Region. Shah is also going to visit the places which are significant for the Lingyats who have traditionally been considered as the vote bank of BJP. Shah will also visit important temples and mutts of the region during this visit.2018-04-12 02:52:24 PM
Mayawati goes mute ahead of Karnataka ElectionTwo months ago, BSP Chief Mayawati and former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda's JDS joined hands for Assembly polls which are scheduled to be held on May 12. But there is no sign of Mayawati and her party leaders in the campaigning for the elections. The candidates of BSP have not started campaigning yet and her leader Mayawati, who had promised to conduct at least half a dozen rallies across Karnataka, is nowhere to be seen. The JDS, which created a hype over the alliance, has also stopped talking about it2018-04-12 02:49:08 PM
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