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26 May 2018, Edition - 1047, Saturday


  • Congress-JD(S) win trust vote in Assembly
  • Major Gogoi controversy: Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat breaks silence, says ‘errant officers will be punished’
  • All five accused in 2013 Bodhgaya blast found guilty by Patna court
  • Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina is on her two-day visit to West Bengal on the invitation of PM Modi
  • BJP in a huddle ahead of floor test, Karnataka BJP MLAs hold meet
  • H D Kumaraswamy to face floor test today, JD(S) MLAs reach Vidhana Soudha, MLAs brought from luxury resort
  • Cracks emerge between Cong-JDS, rift arises even before floor test, fight over RR Nagar Constituency
  • Bitterness in Cong ahead of trust vote, D K Shivkumar skipped key meet yesterday, ready to rule; Cong house not in order?
  • Ahead of floor test in Karnataka, reports suggest fresh new twist, ‘Cong may not back HDK for 5 years’
  • Fresh Pak provocation along LoC, forces foil infiltration bid in Keran sector, terrorists nabbed by security forces

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Karnataka election 2018: BJP leads in 100 seats


The BJP has crossed the 100-seat mark in the Karnataka vote-counting race, leaving the Congress to trail at the 60-seat mark.

The Congress had taken the lead after the counting of votes began at 8 am today, but the BJP caught up quite quickly. After a neck to neck fight, the BJP seems to have left the Congress behind.

At the moment, the BJP is leading with 110, while the Congress is at 68.

The JDS is still in the race with 42 seats.

Karnataka went to polls in 222 of 224 Assembly seats on Saturday May 12.

Exit polls for Karnataka Assembly election had predicted hung Assembly in the state with different agencies putting the Congress and the BJP in lead with JD(S) occupying the third position. The exit polls indicated that the JD(S) may play the kingmaker in post-poll scenario.