Lockdown to be more stringent in hotspots

karnataka-cm-pm-meetingNew Delhi, Apr 28: The lockdown in hotspots may continue beyond May 3. The lockdown measures will be even more stringent in the hotspot areas, sources tell OneIndia.

In Karnataka, Chief Minister, B S Yediyurappa met with senior officers, following his meeting with Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. During the meeting, Karnataka marked six districts as hotspots and this includes, Bengaluru urban. The lockdown will be lifted in the red zones only if there are no active cases for 28 days.

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Fake B S Yediyurappa did not attend Nikhil Kumaraswamy’s wedding

nikhil-yeddyBengaluru, Apr 20: There is a post that has gone viral, claiming that Karnataka Chief Minister, B S Yediyurappa had attended the wedding of former Karnataka CM, H D Kumaraswamy’s son.

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Extension of lockdown imminent in Karnataka: Final call after report submitted to PM says BSY

BSyeddiyurappaBengaluru, Apr 09: The lockdown is likely to continue in Karnataka in all probability. Karnataka Chief Minister, B S Yediyurappa following a Cabinet meeting said that all the ministers were in favour of extending the lockdown.

Yediyurappa however said that he would first submit the report of the expert panel to the Prime Minister and then take a final call on extension of the lockdown.

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The rise and fall: An asset analysis of the rebels contesting the Karnataka by-polls

rebel-karnatakaBengaluru, Dec 03: The crucial by-elections will be held in Karnataka on December 5. The elections are important and would decide the fate of the B S Yediyurappa government, which managed to win a trust vote owing to lower numbers in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly.

The elections became necessary after 14 Congress and 3 JD(S) MLAs resigned and were later disqualified.

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3 deputies for BSY: Why going to polls is still a better option for the BJP

Bengaluru, Aug 27: The appointment of three deputy chief ministers in Karnataka has triggered speculation, whether the BJP is looking for a succession plan in the state.

I had always felt that mid-term elections were the best bet for the BJP, Dr Shastri tells OneIndia.

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Yeddyurappa set to become CM, but how will tide over the rebel headache

yeddyurappa_350_110812071234Bengaluru, July 24: It is almost certain that B S Yeddyurappa would stake a claim to form the government. He has however said that before he takes any decision, he would consult with the party leadership.

For now, Yeddyurappa has the numbers, but his biggest challenge would be to accommodate the rebels. In the long list list of aspirants, 30 are former ministers. In addition to this there are 15 rebels and two independents.

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With a wafer thin majority, here are the options for the BJP in Karnataka

Bengaluru, July 09: The BJP has decided to play the wait and watch game in Karnataka. The party has indicated that it would make its next move only after the Speaker of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly, Ramesh Kumar takes a decision on the resignations of 13 MLAs.

If the resignations of the 13 MLAs is accepted, the effective strength of the House falls from 224 to 211. In such a scenario, the magic number is. 106 and the BJP has 105 on its own. However with the support of the two Independent MLAs, the BJP’s strength goes up to 107, which means it would have a wafer thin majority.

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Operation Lotus fails again

Bengaluru, Jan 17: Another attempt gone down the drain. The ambitious plan by the Karnataka BJP to topple the ruling JD(S)-Congress coalition in the state suffered a setback after some rebels developed cold feet. Some of the disgruntled Congress MLAs began backing out and were seen gradually returning to their home turf even as allegations of the BJP trying to poach them were reported widely.

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How The BLS-BSY Fight Is Hurting The BJP In Karnataka

BlsanthoshThe 2018 elections in Karnataka saw the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) getting 104 seats, and although it emerged as the single largest party in the state, it fell short of the majority mark by eight. The party was, however, hopeful of getting the numbers with the help of outside support, but all it managed to do was stay in power for a single day.

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Karnataka BJP After Yeddyurappa: There Is No Dearth Of Leaders, But Can They Swing It For The Party?

yeddygreenB S Yeddyurappa, the tallest Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader from Karnataka, took a shot earlier this year to become the Chief Minister of the state again. The BJP won the Karnataka elections, but fell short of the majority mark.

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