CM office orders to withdraw police security from Eagleton Resorts

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    Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa with Siddaganga Mutt pontiff Shivakumara Swamiji in Tumakuru

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    Currently, private security guards and Congress workers are keeping the tight vigil and allowing the people with the valid reason inside the resorts

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    Karnataka CM office orders for the withdrawal of the police security that was given to Eagleton Resorts, near Bidadi, where the Congress and JD(S) MLAs staying

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    Congress-JD(S) MLAs arriving at Eagelton resorts, near Bidadi

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    Senior lawyer Ram Jethmalani moves SC in his personal capacity against the decision of the Karnataka Governor inviting BJP to form govt. A bench headed by CJI Dipak Misra asks Jethmalani to mention his plea tomorrow before the bench concerned. Governor's order is a "gross abuse" of Constitutional power, Jethmalani tells SC
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    Congress leaders staging a protest in front of Mahatma Gandhi statue at Vidhana Soudha

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    Congress MLAs have left Eagleton Golf Village at Ramanagara to protest at Vidhana Soudha now.

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    BJP's B S Yeddyurappa sworn-in as chief minister of Karnataka at Raj Bhavan in Bengaluru

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    Live from Karnataka Raj Bhavan

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    SC hearing concludes, case will continue on Friday at 10.30am; judges ask BSY to produce the letters given to the Governor

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    SC continues to hear the Cong-JD(S) petition after refusing to stay BSY's swearing-in ceremony at 9am

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    SC refuses to stay swearing in of BJP government led by B S Yeddyurappa

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    Swearing-in ceremony should be put on hold: Singhvi

    "Irrespective of merits, the fact that three judges of the SC can sit at 2 in the night and hear the matter is a victory for democracy. Swearing-in ceremony can be held the day after tomorrow," said Singhvi.
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    "If President's rule under Art 356 can be stayed by a court, why not this of a Governor? asks Singhvi.

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    Singhvi cites instances from Manipur, Goa, Delhi, Meghalaya, Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir saying post-poll alliances were invited to form government in the past.

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    The general trend of past SC judgments is not to issue injunction to Governor, says Justice Bobde

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    Supreme Court asks as law abhors vacuum, should Governor be restrained, it may lead to a vacuum. Singhvi responds there won't be a vacuum as the caretaker government is always in place. Swearing in just an executive act.
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    It's unheard that a party is given 15 days time to prove its majority from 104 to the magical number(112). Giving permission to form the govt to someone who is having 104 seats as compared to the other group that is having 116, is adding insult to injury: Abhishek Manu Singhvi
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    Youth Cong protest at Raisina Road Delhi

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    Irrespective of merits, very gracious of SC to fix hearing at 145 pm at ct no 2. Shows justice never sleeps & accessibility is 24x7, where merits so demand. Which apex court in world allows such accessibility? Tweets Abhishek Singhvi

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    Abhishek Singhvi says since swearing is now announced for 9 am on Thursday, the urgency to seek listing in SC tonight is self-validating. If SC registry accepts our request on basis of petition settled by me and filed tonight, I will appear and argue.
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    Karnataka Governor acting as 'stooge' of BJP; has shamed his office: Congress

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    "We will not let it go...we will face it", says JDS leader H D Kumaraswamy on BJP being invited to form government in Karnataka.

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    By giving 15 days time (to prove majority) Governor is encouraging horse-trading by BJP leaders, this is unconstitutional: HD Kumarasway

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    Congress approaches Supreme Court registrar seeking urgent hearing of its petition against invitation to Yeddyyurappa to form govt in Karnataka,

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    Tomorrow BS Yeddyurappa will be taking oath (as CM of Karnataka) alone, after proving majority cabinet will be sworn in: Murlidhar Rao, BJP

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    Karnataka Governor's letter inviting BJP's BS Yeddyurappa to form government.

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    Governor has invited BS Yeddyurappa to form govt, official communication has been received, Guv gave 15 days to prove majority, oath to take place at 9 am tomorrow: Basavaraj Bommai

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    Chidambaram says there are many options from now till tomorrow morning, indicating that the Congress may approach Supreme Court tonight

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    Where are you taking this country, one wonders ? Someone was offered Rs 3 Cr, someone Rs 5 Cr & someone Rs 100 Cr, anybody walking on the road has a price?: HD Kumaraswamy

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    What is standing in way of the Governor from extending invitation to leader of the alliance (HD Kumaraswamy), who clearly demonstrated that he commands the support of the majority? P.Chidambaram

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    Suresh Kumar has deleted his tweet about BSY BJP swearing in tomorrow at 9.30am. Chief Secretary of Karnataka tells Deccan Herald there is no official word from Raj Bhavan yet.
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    Governor bound to invite the leader of the Congress-JD(S) coalition to form government: Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram

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    Hotel or wherever we go, MLAs will stay together and discuss things. Congress is compelled to keep its MLAs together because of the horse-trading going on: Ashok Gehlot at KPCC, Bengaluru

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    Governor assured us he would act as per Constitution, Supreme Court judgments and precedents: KPCC chief Parameshwara
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    "We have submitted a list of 117 MLAs to governor and requested him to consider our claim to form govt," says Kumaraswamy.
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    DH Illustration by Prakash S

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    Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah accuses Prime Minister Narendra Modi of encouraging horse-trading. "We have 117 MLAs, Governor has to give opportunity to us (JDS-Congress combine) to form government," Siddaramaiah said.

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    BS Yeddyurappa selected as BJP parliamentary leader

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