Mr Speaker, look what the Karnataka Trust vote did to journalists

This is by far the best response to the prolonged Trust vote debate inside the Karnataka assembly. Photojournalist Anantha Subramanyam made fantastic use of FaceApp to demonstrate what the Karnataka assembly proceedings that began on Thursday had done to him and Chethan Shivakumar, photographer with The Times of India in Bengaluru.   Yes, Shri Ramesh Kumar, … Continue reading Mr Speaker, look what the Karnataka Trust vote did to journalists

The night of the Floor Test in Karnataka

BJP legislators in Karnataka spent Thursday night inside the Vidhana Soudha, as a mark of protest against the Speaker's decision to postpone the Trust vote to Friday.  T S Sudhir of Filter Kaapi caught up with Suresh Kumar, senior BJP leader and former Law minister of Karnataka while he was in the middle of his morning walk inside the … Continue reading The night of the Floor Test in Karnataka

There will be no Kane Williamson in Karnataka today

The possibilities are very high. The score stands at 105 for the BJP and 102 (counting Congress MLA Ramalinga Reddy who has decided to withdraw his resignation), in favour of the Congress-JDS alliance. With the Supreme court ruling that the 15 rebel MLAs cannot be compelled to take part in the Trust vote on Thursday, … Continue reading There will be no Kane Williamson in Karnataka today

Politicians at the crease in Karnataka

By Tenali Rama The BJP is not leaving anything to chance in Karnataka. Aware that the pitch curated by Karnataka Assembly Speaker is likely to be treacherous and make batting a challenge, the BJP is making its captain BS Yeddyurappa test his ability to play the swinging deliveries. At the resort where the BJP legislators … Continue reading Politicians at the crease in Karnataka