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Karnataka pointers to general election?
Why the Karnataka poll is critical
Why Karnataka holds the key
Why Gowda is man of the moment
Karnataka is a state in danger from itself
Yeddyurappa, the '24-hour' politician
The lobbies that matter in Karnataka
In Karnataka politics, caste matters
BJP battles its communal reputation
Yeddyurappa: BJP's man of the moment

May 27, 2008 2113 IST
New Karnataka assembly session gets underway
The 13th Legislative Assembly of Karnataka, which was recently elected, session got underway on Wednesday.

Debate over governor's decision
Yeddyurappa to be sworn in Friday
BJP stakes claim to form govt
Three independents back BJP
Karat blames Cong for K'taka loss
BJP selects Yeddyurappa as leader
'What's in a name? There's lot'
Arun Jaitley on how BJP won
Will BJP repay the Bangalore voter?
Reading numbers behind the surge
2009 will be year of change: Advani
Regional parties take a beating
JD-S state president resigns
Not the end of JD-S: Kumaraswamy
Winners & Losers
Saffron surge: Gambles well played
A sweet victory for Yeddyurappa
For BJP, win more credible than Guj
BJP celebrates Karnataka poll victory
How Cong is losing more than polls
Implications for national politics
16th loss for Congress since 2004

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'Politicians can be made accountable'
'People are fed up with coalition govts'
'Congress will win 135 seats in K'taka'
'JD-S has given some of the best CMs'
'People in K'taka should learn Kannada'
Hegde's daughter speaks out!
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