Kumaraswamy ready to take trust vote: Does he have the numbers?

Bengaluru, July 12: Chief Minister of Karnataka, H D Kumaraswamy has said that he was ready to take a trust vote on the floor of legislative assembly.

I have decided to take a trust vote, please fix a time for it, he urged the Speaker of the House, Ramesh Kumar. I am ready for anything, I am not here to stick on to power, Kumaraswamy also added.

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Will fix the date when he wants it: Speaker on Kumaraswamy wanting to take a trust vote

Bengaluru, July 12: Speaker of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly, Ramesh Kumar said that he would allot a slot for a trust vote whenever Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy wants it. 

The Chief Minister has spoken his mind and would not cling to power amid the confusion. He has said that he would seek the trust of the House, Kumar also told reporters.

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Araku MLA murder: NIA charges top naxal

New Delhi, July 13: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against a naxalite, who is alleged to have played a key role in the murder of Araku MLA Kidari Sarveshwara Rao.

The charges were filed in the NIA Special Court at Vijayawada against Vanthala Dharmayya. It may be recalled that on September 23 2018, naxalites had killed Rao and an ex-MLA Siveri Soma at Livitiputtu village, Pothangi Panchayat by cadres of CPI (Maoist).

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Referendum 2020: Action against Khalistan sympathiser SJF was need of the hour

New Delhi, July 12: The Sikhs for Justice, which has openly backed and facilitated Khalistan terror was declared an unlawful association by the Union Cabinet on Wednesday.

In the past few years there have been a spate of incidents being reported from Punjab in the past couple of months, which have led to an uneasy sense of calm. It began with the Referendum 2020, which led to several modules being busted.

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Karnataka crisis lives on another day: All action shifts to legislative session, Supreme Court

Rebel MLAs

Bengaluru, July 11: The Karnataka crisis continues to drag on. The Speaker of the legislative assembly who met with the rebel MLAs said that he would need more time before he can decide on the resignations.

This would mean that he would go through the resignations and only accept them if he is convinced. The matter will now be back in the Supreme Court, which will hear the case as the Speaker, Ramesh Kumar is supposed to convey his decision.

The Supreme Court which had directed the Speaker to meet the MLAs today at 6 pm also said that he should convey to them his decision on Friday.

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Like a sister to Hafiz Saeed, unravelling the crimes of the dreaded lady terrorist Asiya Anrabi

Srinagar, July 12: The National Investigation Agency on Wednesday attached the residence of Kashmir separatist Asiya Andrabi.

The attachment was made under the provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. The NIA said that Andrabi is being investigated for her role in the terror funding cases.

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Karnataka: An uncomfortable coalition since day one and why the internal feud must be blamed

Bengaluru, July 12: The million dollar question is who is behind the Karnataka crisis. The issue has dragged on and the Speaker is yet to take a call on the resignation of the rebel MLAs.

In the interim all parties have thrown barbs at each other accusing each one of engineering the crisis. The BJP says that it is an internal feud within the JD(S) and Congress that is playing out. The ruling coalition however blames the BJP for carrying out Operation Lotus.

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Will he, won’t he? Is the Speaker right in holding up resignations of rebel MLAs

New Delhi, July 12: Will he will he not is the big question. The Speaker of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly is yet to accept the resignations of the rebel MLAs.

At first he said that the resignations were not in the prescribed and then he gave the MLAs a different date to meet with them.

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Shamli arms loot: Highly radicalised Khalistan sympathisers convicted

New Delhi, July 11: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has secured the conviction of five persons in connection with the Shamli arms loot case in Uttar Pradesh.

Those convicted are Gurjant Singh, Amrit Singh, Jarman Singh, Karamveer Singh and Karam Singh.

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Desperate times, desperate measures: De-coding Al-Qaeda’s latest threat to Indian Army

img_0062New Delhi, July 11: The Al-Qaeda made an open threat to the Indian establishment through a video that was released by its media arm As Sahab.

In the video titled, ” Dont Forget Kashmir,” Ayman al-Zawahiri is heard threatening the Indian Army, apart from calling for strikes in the Valley.

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