Nikhil Kumaraswamy to contest LS poll from Mandya

Amidst the growing ‘dynasty politics’ allegations against the JD(s) in Karnataka, former Prime Minister and the party’s supremo H D Deve Gowda yesterday announced that Nikhil, son of Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy, would contest from Mandya for the Lok Sabha elections. Continue Reading

LS poll deal: Congress gets 20 seats, JD(S) 8

After weeks of speculation, the Congress and its coalition partner JD(S) finally sealed the seat-sharing deal yesterday with Congress getting 20 seats and JD(S) eight in the coming Lok Sabha polls in Karnataka. Continue Reading

JD(S) won’t be rigid on seat sharing demands: Gowda

“I have said 12 seats should be given to us, but I will also not be rigid in saying that they should give us 12,” said JD(S) supremo Deve Gowda yesterday indicating that his party would show flexibility in seat sharing talks with Congress for the coming Lok Sabha polls. Continue Reading

LS polls crucial not only for BJP, but also country: Amit Shah

BJP president Amit Shah Thursday asserted that victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls was crucial not only for the party, but also for the country, as 55 years of Congress rule could not protect India. Continue Reading

Tejas aircraft given final operational clearance

Secretary Defence R&D and Chairman, Defence Research and Development Organisation, G Satheesh Reddy gave the Final Operational Clearance (FOC) to India’s Light Combat Aircraft Tejas MK I yesterday on the sidelines of 2019 Aero India air show.  Continue Reading

Aero India 2019 begins, Defence minister pitches for ‘Make in India’

Taking part in the 12th edition of Asia’s premier air show – Aero India 2019 – at the Yelahanka air base, Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman today made a strong pitch for ‘Make in India’ initiative. Continue Reading

Kumaraswamy is every one’s punching bag: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday slammed the JDS-Congress coalition government in Karnataka and said there was not even a single day when the country doesn’t see the drama of the Kumaraswamy government. Continue Reading