Karnataka`s ruling BJP is wooing Bangalore`s young voters with the promise of an extended night life in the state capital, if returned to power in the May 5 Assembly poll.
With symbols of mainstream parties etched in the minds of people, the independents are now looking for interesting new symbols that can help in adding their popularity.
Authorities seized Rs 2.37 lakh cash from a zilla panchayat member and his aide during a raid at a lodge here on Wednesday.
The upcoming Assembly elections in Karnataka include scores of candidates who are reportedly facing serious criminal charges, including that of rape and murder.
Making no secret that he is hurt, former Union Minister and senior Congress leader SM Krishna on Saturday attacked the candidate-selection process in his party for the Karnataka Assembly elections.
The asset value of Karnataka Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar has increased four times than that of his wife Shilpa Shettar.
While various political parties are holding rallies to reach out to their voters, independent candidates in the elections fray are leaving no stone unturned to make their presence felt.
With the Karnataka polls fast approaching, political leaders seem to be going tech-savvy and are now using social networking websites to connect with their voters.
Four persons who were allegedly distributing pamphlets in favour of a candidate in fray for the May Assembly polls in Karnataka have been arrested, police said.
BJP leader LK Advani on Sunday warned that indiscipline in the party would not be tolerated and there was no question of compromise on corruption.
BJP`s decision to keep its tainted MLAs from contesting in upcoming elections has reportedly turned out to be blessing in disguise for their aides.
The results of the upcoming Karnataka Assembly elections on May 5 will reveal how the Congress will fare the 51 reserved constituencies of the state.
Authorities seized Rs one crore in cash in the border district of Belgaum and more than 400 gold bangles weighing 4.5 kg at another place meant for "use" for May five Assembly polls, in violation of model code of conduct.
The number of nominations filed by candidates for the May 5 Assembly elections in Karnataka crossed 2,000 on Tuesday.
Karnataka High Court set aside an order of Central Administrative Tribunal staying transfers of seven IAS and one IPS officers in the poll-bound state.
Election Officers would keep a hawk-eyed vigil on "paid news" in the run-up to the May 5 Karnataka Assembly polls.
Rejecting suggestions of a tussle among chief ministerial aspirants in the Congress, senior state party leader Siddaramaiah said they would fight the May 5 Karnataka Assembly polls.
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