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People denied stable govt: SC in Karnataka case

NEW DELHI:In a significant observation, the Supreme Court on Wednesday said citizens are being denied stable governments because of horse trading and other such corrupt practices even as it paved the way for 17 disqualified MLAs of Congress and JD(U) in Karnataka to contest Assembly bypolls slated for December 5.

Karnataka MLAs open to contest bypolls

NEW DELHI:The 17 disqualified MLAs in Karnataka are open to contest the bypolls slated on December 5, as the Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld their disqualification, but struck down Speaker's decison to disqualify them till the end of term of the Legislative Assembly.

Kovind accepts Sawant's resignation, gives portfolio to Javadekar

NEW DELHI: A day after Shiv Sena MP Arvind Sawant quit as the Union Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, President Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday accepted his resignation and gave the additional charge of the Ministry to Cabinet Minister Prakash Javadekar.

New government, alliance will be formed in Maha: Arvind Sawant

NEW DELHI:Shiv Sena MP Arvind Sawant on Monday accused the BJP of backing out of its 50:50 formula promise to his party, which he said had put a question mark on the continuance of the BJP-Sena alliance.

Pawar, Uddhav meet over Maharashtra govt formation

MUMBAI:As the Shiv Sena snapped ties with the BJP-led NDA, party chief Uddhav Thackeray accompanied by his son Aditya called on Nationalist Congress Party President Sharad Pawar here, ostensibly seeking the latter's support to form the government in Maharashtra, here on Monday.

Disqualified Karnataka MLAs move SC for deferring bypolls

NEW DELHI:Karnataka's disqualified legislators on Friday moved the Supreme Court seeking deferment of by-elections to the state's 15 Assembly seats till the top court pronounces its judgement on their disqualification from the Assembly.

Shah behind the poaching of MLAs in Karnataka: Cong

NEW DELHI:Congress on Saturday alleged that Union Home Minister Amit Shah was behind the poaching of its MLAs to sabotage the elected Janata Dal-Secular-Congress government in Karnataka earlier this year and demanded answers from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

MoEF's Kalasa-Banduri project nod was politically driven'

PANAJI:Terming the Ministry of Environment and Forests' (MoEF) nod to grant green clearances to Karnataka's controversial Kalasa-Banduri project across the Mhadei river as a "political decision", the Goa Congress on Thursday said that it would launch a popular movement against the decision.

BJP's itch with allies is old

NEW DELHI:BJP, which is facing trouble from old alliance partner Shiv Sena in Maharashtra, does not have a great record when it comes to keeping its allies happy.

Is Canada's Justin Trudeau govt pandering to Sikh separatism?

NEW DELHI:In April, the Justin Trudeau government removed a reference to Sikh extremism from a report that had earlier termed Sikh terrorism as one of the five threats facing Canada.

Japanese Min quits amid irregular donations claims

TOKYO:Isshu Sugawara, Japan's Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry, on Friday resigned from his post amid allegations of irregular donations.

TRS wrests Huzurnagar from Congress with huge majority

HYDERABAD:The ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) on Thursday wrested the Huzurnagar Assembly seat from the Congress with a huge majority of over 43,000 votes

Ex-Congress RS MP Ramamurthy joins BJP

NEW DELHI:Former Congress Rajya Sabha member K. C. Ramamurthy became the latest politician to jump into the BJP bandwagon. He joined the saffron party on Tuesday in presence of two senior BJP leaders - Bhupender Yadav and Arun Singh and a senior minister Pralhad Joshi.

Sukhpal Khaira withdraws his resignation from Vidhan Sabha seat

CHANDIGARH: Bholath MLA Sukhpal Singh Khaira who had submitted his resignation from Vidha Sabha today sought to withdraw his resingation. He was called by the Punjab Vidhan Sabha speaker to explain reasons of his resignation.

CWAB chief ready to quit as B'desh players seek his resignation

DHAKA:Amidst the strike called by Bangladesh players, Naimur Rahman has said that he is ready to resign from his post of Cricketers Welfare Association of Bangladesh (CWAB) president.

UP bypolls: Opposition hopes for big upset on many seats

LUCKNOW: Opposition parties in Uttar Pradesh are hoping for a big upset in the bypolls in 11 Assembly constituencies, the campaigning for which came to an end on Saturday.

Head coach Shastri shouldn't need a re-appointment, feels Ganguly

KOLKATA:BCCI President-elect Sourav Ganguly might not share the best of relations with Team India head coach Ravi Shastri, but the former India skipper has said that there shouldn't be a need for re-appointment of the head coach even though the ad-hoc Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) formed to select the head coach back in August was served conflict notice by Ethics Officer D.K. Jain.

KCR's election rally in Huzurnagar cancelled

HYDERABAD:Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao's election rally in Huzurnagar Assembly constituency was cancelled on Thursday due to rains, officials said.

UP Cong gasps for survival as resignations trickle in

LUCKNOW:The Congress in Uttar Pradesh is gasping for survival as it faces a growing revolt in its ranks.

Maharashtra polls: Big shock for BJP big shots

MUMBAI:  On the final day of filing of nominations on Friday, several big shots, including sitting and former ministers of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), got a big shock after they failed to get a ticket for contesting the October 21 Maharashtra Assembly elections.


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