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Five more Karnataka MLAs move Supreme Court
Five more Karnataka MLAs move Supreme Court

Five more Karnataka MLAs on Saturday moved the Supreme Court of India seeking a direction to the state Assembly Speaker to accept their resignations.

The MLAs who moved the apex court are Sudhakar, Roshan Baig, MTB Nagaraj, Muniratna, and Anand Singh.

The Supreme Court will hear their petition on July 16, Tuesday, along with

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Ex-RBI chief Raghuram Rajan flags risks for India’s overseas debt plan
Ex-RBI chief Raghuram Rajan flags risks for India’s overseas debt plan

India’s plan to issue foreign currency debt has no real benefit and is fraught with risks, according to former Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan.

A global bond sale won’t reduce the amount of domestic government bonds the local market has to absorb and the country should worry about short-term “faddis

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SFI disbands University College Unit in Kerela after comrade stabs comrade
SFI disbands University College Unit in Kerela after comrade stabs comrade

"I hang my head in shame", said Students' Federation of India's national president V P Sanu, following the shocking stabbing of an SFI member by another one of his SFI comrades inside a Thiruvananthapuram college. Sanu's response has been unsubtle and assertive to the point of it being surprising almost — he has decid

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Decoding SC's directions to Karnataka Speaker
Decoding SC's directions to Karnataka Speaker

The Supreme Court has pressed the pause button on the breathless drama in Karnataka politics until Tuesday. As the law stands today, the Supreme Court cannot direct the Speaker of the Assembly to act on the resignations of the legislators. It is the Speaker’s power and responsibility and he cannot be told to do it in a certain manner.

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Karnataka crisis: Have no hand in present situation, claims Siddaramaiah
Karnataka crisis: Have no hand in present situation, claims Siddaramaiah

Former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said that he has nothing to do with the crisis, though many of the Congress MLAs who have resigned are among his close associates.

In an informal chat with media persons here on Friday, he clarified that he was never in the race for the chief minister’s post in this situation and that the party

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Three Congress defectors, Deputy Speaker inducted into Goa Cabinet
Three Congress defectors, Deputy Speaker inducted into Goa Cabinet

Three of the 10 Congress lawmakers in Goa who switched to the BJP earlier this week were were sowrn in as ministers Saturday by Chief Minister Pramod Sawant. Chandrakant Kavlekar, the former leader of opposition, has been sworn in as deputy chief minister.

Chandrakant Kavlekar, Philip Nery Rodrigues, Atanasio Monserratte, who had joine

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Government to control PSU's even after divestment, says Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman
Government to control PSU's even after divestment, says Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

The government will continue to control the public-sector units even if its holding comes down below 51 per cent, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Saturday.

This will be done by clubbing the shareholding of state-run banks, financial institutions like LIC and other PSUs, she added.

“If the government wants to

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Karnataka crisis: Expect coalition government to collapse in next 2-3 days, says Yeddyurappa
Karnataka crisis: Expect coalition government to collapse in next 2-3 days, says Yeddyurappa

Even as resignations of rebel Congress and JDS MLAs has put the government in a precarious position, the opposition is all set to corner Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy and his government during the Budget session of the state legislature on Friday.

Meanwhile, the party has decided not to move the no-confidence motion on Friday, and will

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Karnataka crisis: SC maintains status quo on rebel MLAs' resignation till Tuesday
Karnataka crisis: SC maintains status quo on rebel MLAs' resignation till Tuesday

The Supreme Court on Friday ordered status quo regarding ten Karnataka MLAs till it hears the matter again on July 16.

A bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi also asked the Speaker not to decide on disqualification or resignation of MLAs till that date as weighty Constitutional issues needed to be addressed first.

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Karnataka crisis: Ready for trust vote, fix time, CM HD Kumaraswamy tells Speaker
Karnataka crisis: Ready for trust vote, fix time, CM HD Kumaraswamy tells Speaker

Amid efforts to save the Congress-JDS coalition government in Karnataka, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy on Friday said that he was ready for a trust vote to prove his majority on the floor of the house. The JDS leader also urged the assembly Speaker to fix a time for that.

''Today, there are many things happening in our state

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