Chief Ministers of Karnataka

1. Kysamballi Chengalaraya Reddy 25 October 1947 to 30 March 1952 Indian National Congress
2. Kengal Hanumanthaiah 30 March 1952 to 19 August 1956 Indian National Congress
3. Kadidal Manjappa 19 August 1956 to 31 October 1956 Indian National Congress
4. S.Nijalingappa 1 November 1956 to 16 May 1958 Indian National Congress
5. B.D. Jatti 16 May 1958 to 9 March 1962 Indian National Congress
6. S.R. Kanthi 14 March 1962 to 20 June 1962 Indian National Congress
7. S.Nijalingappa 21 June 1962 to 29 May 1968 Indian National Congress
8. Veerendra Patil 29 May 1968 to 18 March 1971 Indian National Congress
9. D. Devaraj Urs 20 March 1972 to 31 December 1977 Indian National Congress
10. D. Devaraj Urs 28 February 1978 to 7 January 1980 Indian National Congress
11. R. Gundu Rao 12 January 1980 to 6 January 1983 Indian National Congress
12. Ramakrishna Hegde 10 January 1983 to 29 December 1984 Janata
13. Ramakrishna Hegde 8 March 1985 to 13 February 1986 Janata
14. Ramakrishna Hegde 16 February 1986 to 10 August 1988 Janata
15. S. R. Bommai 13 August 1988 to 21 April 1989 Janata
16. Veerendra Patil 30 November 1989 to 10 October 1990 Indian National Congress
17. S.Bangarappa 17 October 1990 to 19 November 1992 Indian National Congress
18. M. Veerappa Moily 19 November 1992 to 11 December 1994 Indian National Congress
19. H.D. Deve Gowda 11 December 1994 to 31 May 1996 Janata Dal
20. J. H. Patel 31 May 1996 to 7 October 1999 Indian National Congress
21. S. M.Krishna 11 October 1999 to 28 May 2004 Indian National Congress
22. Dharam Singh 28 May 2004 to 28 January 2006 Indian National Congress
23. H. D. Kumaraswamy 3 February 2006 to 8 October 2007 Janata Dal (S)
24. B. S. Yeddyurappa 12 November 2007 to 19 November 2007 Bhartiya Janata Party
25. B. S. Yeddyurappa 30 May 2008 to till date Bhartiya Janata Party

Rahul Gandhi want to win 25 Lok Sabha seats from Karnataka

Sept 3: Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi reportedly told the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) leadership that the party should win at least 25 of the 28 Lok Sabha seats in the next year's general elections....

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BJP wins Karnataka local Elections

The ruling BJP in Karnataka today bagged 12 zilla panchayats and the opposition Congress and JD-S captured four each, while the verdict for the remaining 10 such bodies was fractured. BJP also secured majority in around 70 taluk panchayats, while Congress...

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India Elections : MLC polls on June 10

Biennial polls to 37 seats in the Legislative Councils of four States, and a by-poll to a seat in the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council will be held on June 10. The notification will be issued on May 24, the Election Commission...

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India Elections : Slipper Flung at Karnataka CM

Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa became the latest target of the 'footwear missile' on Tuesday when a slipper was hurled at him while he was addressing an election meeting. Police said the attacker identified as Chandrasekhar was arrested soon after...

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India Elections : 55 percent polling in second phase

An estimated 55 percent of the 194 million electorate voted Thursday in the second phase of the Lok Sabha polls held across 12 states. The states which went to polls Thursday were Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Goa, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka,...

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India Elections : 2041 in fray for Phase II of LS polls

Duelling campaign for the April 23 round-two Lok Sabha elections in 141 constituencies ends today, leaving contestants including Rahul Gandhi, Sharad Pawar, Ramvilas Paswan and Sushma Swaraj to wait for voters to decide their fate. At the end of the second...

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BJP announces 46 more candidates for Lok Sabha Polls

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday finalised 46 seats from the four states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Karnataka. While the party fielded its senior leader Sushma Swaraj from Vidisha Lok Sabha seat from Madhya Pradesh, it nominated former...

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