`Karnataka voted for Congress as people had no alternative`

The Telugu Desam Party on Wednesday said that people of Karnataka voted the Congress to power in that state as there was no alternative.

Karnataka Assembly Elections 2013: Is all lost for the BJP?

Exit-polls have predicted that BJP is on its way out in Karnataka.

Yeddyurappa confident of forming next govt in Karnataka

BS Yeddyurappa on Sunday said that he was confident of getting a majority and forming the next government in Karnataka.

Congress will get a clear majority in Karnataka: Moily

Veerappa Moily on Sunday expressed confidence that the Congress Party would emerge as a winner with maximum seats in Karnataka.

Infosys` Murthy is early bird at polling booth

Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthy waited half an hour to cast his vote Sunday morning.

Karnataka polls: `Future` CM vs BSY`s `Man Friday` in Varuna constituency

It can`t get more contrasting than this in Varuna Assembly segment of the district.

EC to monitor booths through web-casting: CEO

In a first initiative of its kind in Karnataka, Election Commission has decided to monitor over 1,000 polling booths through web-casting.

BSP demands removal of Karnataka chief electoral officer

Taking strong exception to alleged harassment of party chief Mayawati while campaigning in Karnataka, BSP on Monday demanded immediate removal of the state Chief Electoral Officer.

Unfortunate BJP had to change CMs thrice in Karnataka: Rajnath Singh

BJP president Rajnath Singh on Monday said it was unfortunate that Karnataka had to see three chief ministers in five years of his party rule.

Karnataka polls 2013: BJP CMs change like movies in cinema halls, says Azharuddin

Taking on the BJP government in Karnataka, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, Azaharuddin appealed to the people here to vote for Congress to ensure a stable government who can maintain law and order in the state.

Karnataka polls 2013: Spouses campaigning for husbands

Campaigning in Karnataka is at its peak and it’s not only the candidates who are putting up with heat but their spouses too have joined the battle.

BJP disapproves Sharad Yadav`s statement

BJP on Sunday strongly disagreed with JD(U) chief Sharad Yadav`s allegation that the BJP was using money power during elections in Karnataka.

Karnataka polls 2013: Congress will win at least 130 seats, says DK Shivakumar

Congress leader DK Shivakumar on Friday caustically said that Janata Dal (S) leader PGR Sindhia was leaving no stone unturned to win the upcoming May 5 Assembly elections.

Karnataka polls 2013: JD(U) candidate dies

JD(U) candidate Devappagouda G Patil contesting from Sindagi Assembly constituency on Saturday died at a hospital in Solapur in Maharashtra, an official said.

Average asset of Bangalore Assembly candidates is Rs 25 crore: NGO

The average asset of Bangalore candidates of various political parties contesting the May five Assembly elections in Karnataka is Rs 25 crore.

Karnataka polls 2013: Modi likely to address only one public rally

Contrary to claims by state BJP leaders that Narendra Modi would conduct an extensive campaign tour ahead of the May 5 elections in Karnataka, it appears that as of now the Gujarat CM would address only one public meeting.

SM Krishna skips Congress manifesto-release function

SM Krishna skipped the manifesto-release event of the party on Wednesday.

Karnataka polls 2013: Congress promises interest-free farm loan, laptops

The Congress on Wednesday released its election manifesto, which promised interest-free loans to farmers, free laptops to pre-university students and rice at Re one per kg to BPL card holders if it came to power in Karnataka.

Rahul takes on BJP for `looting` Karnataka, launches poll campaign

Seeking to deflate the anti-graft plank of BJP against UPA government, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday made a fierce attack on the party`s rule in Karnataka, accusing it of "looting" the state and calling it a "champion" of corruption.

Karnataka polls 2013: Congress in comeback mode?

While claiming that there is a strong wave in favour of Congress in the poll bound state, party leaders are trying to come back in region like Uttar Kannada.