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Karnataka news updates: In the wake of HD Kumaraswamy​ deciding to seek a trust vote, Assembly Speaker KR Ramesh​ Kumar Friday said a slot would be allotted whenever the Karnataka Chief Minister opted for it. Watch LIVE News, Latest Updates, Live blog, Highlights and Live coverage online at firstpost.com.Karnataka news updates: In the wake of HD Kumaraswamy​ deciding to seek a trust vote, Assembly Speaker KR Ramesh​ Kumar Friday said a slot would be allotted whenever the Karnataka Chief Minister opted for it. Watch LIVE News, Latest Updates, Live blog, Highlights and Live coverage online at firstpost.com.

Karnataka News Updates: Will allot slot for vote of confidence whenever HD Kumaraswamy seeks it, says Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar

The Supreme Court may have directed 10 rebel lawmakers from Karnataka to meet Speaker Ramesh Kumar today, but there was no clarity on whether their resignations would be accepted in the coming hours.The Supreme Court may have directed 10 rebel lawmakers from Karnataka to meet Speaker Ramesh Kumar today, but there was no clarity on whether their resignations would be accepted in the coming hours.

Karnataka Speaker On Deciding Resignations Of Rebel Lawmakers Today: It Depends

“In conversation with the Karnataka assembly speaker Ramesh Kumar. He'd oversee the trust vote next week as sought by the Chief Minister of Karnataka. #KarnatakaPolicalCrisis”

Nagarjun Dwarakanath on Twitter: "In conversation with the Karnataka assembly speaker Ramesh Kumar. He'd oversee the trust vote next week as sought by the Chief Minister of Karnataka. #KarnatakaPolicalCrisis… https://t.co/huRn1hQlXt"

“#Bengaluru: #Karnataka Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar says he is going by rulebook on MLAs resignations: “What is the urgency here? Has the common man’s life been disturbed because of the political happenings? I will react after what SC says.” @TOIBengaluru”

Rakesh Prakash on Twitter: "#Bengaluru: #Karnataka Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar says he is going by rulebook on MLAs resignations: “What is the urgency here? Has the common man’s life been disturbed because of the political happenings? I will react after what SC says.” @TOIBengaluru"

India News: Even as the ball remains in the speaker’s court on the fate of the rebel MLAs – and that of the government – a lot depends on how SC reacts on Friday India News: Even as the ball remains in the speaker’s court on the fate of the rebel MLAs – and that of the government – a lot depends on how SC reacts on Friday

Decide quickly, says SC, but Karnataka speaker takes his time | India News - Times of India

Karnataka Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar on Thursday said he would have examine if the resignations by ruling coalition MLAs were voluntary and genuine.Karnataka Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar on Thursday said he would have examine if the resignations by ruling coalition MLAs were voluntary and genuine.

Karnataka: Speaker firm, crisis drags on | Deccan Herald

A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi was told by the counsel of Anil Chacko Joseph, the Youth Congress leader, that the resignations by the rebel MLAs were nothing but a kind of defection and sought a hearing as an intervenor.A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi was told by the counsel of Anil Chacko Joseph, the Youth Congress leader, that the resignations by the rebel MLAs were nothing but a kind of defection and sought a hearing as an intervenor.

Karnataka crisis: Youth Congress leader moves SC seeking to intervene in case filed by rebel MLAs - Moneycontrol.com

What’s the rush? Watch rebel Cong MLA Byrathi Basavaraj run towards Speaker’s office - Karnataka rebel MLAs, who were camping in Mumbai, arrived in Bengaluru by a special flight, hours after the Supreme Court allowed them to meet the Assembly Speaker to convey their decision to resign.What’s the rush? Watch rebel Cong MLA Byrathi Basavaraj run towards Speaker’s office - Karnataka rebel MLAs, who were camping in Mumbai, arrived in Bengaluru by a special flight, hours after the Supreme Court allowed them to meet the Assembly Speaker to convey their decision to resign.

What’s the rush? Watch rebel Cong MLA Byrathi Basavaraj run towards Speaker’s office

Karnataka Assembly Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar has ruled out any immediate decision on the resignation of rebel MLAs in the crisis-hit ruling JD(S)-Congress coalition, saying he cannot be expected to work at 'lightning speed'.Karnataka Assembly Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar has ruled out any immediate decision on the resignation of rebel MLAs in the crisis-hit ruling JD(S)-Congress coalition, saying he cannot be expected to work at 'lightning speed'.

BJP Asks Karnataka Assembly Speaker to Take Decision on Resignation of MLAs at Earliest - News18

‘I have asked my legal people to look into it. I'll have to take a legal remedy to protect my rights,’ he said.

DK Shivakumar mulls legal action after being denied entry to Mumbai hotel

The Congress and JD(S) MLAs, who had resigned from the Assembly are slated to meet the Speaker by 6 PM, in accordance with the Apex court.The Congress and JD(S) MLAs, who had resigned from the Assembly are slated to meet the Speaker by 6 PM, in accordance with the Apex court.

Disgruntled MLAs approaching SC made things ‘murky’: Karnataka Speaker | India News, The Indian Express

Karnataka crisis: Speaker Ramesh Kumar said he was hurt by claims that he was delaying taking a decision on the resignations, and put the blame on the MLAs for turning up at his office without an appointment at 2 pm-- half an hour after he had left-- on July 6.Karnataka crisis: Speaker Ramesh Kumar said he was hurt by claims that he was delaying taking a decision on the resignations, and put the blame on the MLAs for turning up at his office without an appointment at 2 pm-- half an hour after he had left-- on July 6.

Karnataka crisis| ‘I will think all night’: Speaker keeps the suspense on rebel MLAs resignations | india news | Hindustan Times

The speaker has submitted that he is already seized of the disqualification petitions against the rebel MLAs, and is constitutionally bound to decide those first.The speaker has submitted that he is already seized of the disqualification petitions against the rebel MLAs, and is constitutionally bound to decide those first.

As Speaker Pleads Inability to Decide on Rebel MLAs' Resignation, Uncertainty Greets SC Order

The speaker has submitted that he is already seized of the disqualification petitions against the rebel MLAs, and is constitutionally bound to decide those first.The speaker has submitted that he is already seized of the disqualification petitions against the rebel MLAs, and is constitutionally bound to decide those first.

As Speaker Pleads Inability to Decide on Rebel MLAs' Resignation, Uncertainty Greets SC Order

Bangalore news LIVE updates: Get the latest updates on Bangalore traffic, Bangalore weather, the events in Bangalore today and much more in our daily live blog.Bangalore news LIVE updates: Get the latest updates on Bangalore traffic, Bangalore weather, the events in Bangalore today and much more in our daily live blog.

Bangalore news July 11 highlights: Will meet MLAs individually from tomorrow to scrutinise resignations: Speaker Ramesh Kumar | Cities News, The Indian Express

Congress has asked all its MLAs to vote for the Karnataka coalition govt or face the anti-defection law.Congress has asked all its MLAs to vote for the Karnataka coalition govt or face the anti-defection law.

Congress asks Karnataka rebel MLAs to vote for coalition, threatens anti-defection law - India News

Hours after the Supreme Court asked Karnataka Speaker to decide on the resignations of the ten rebel MLAs by today, Karnataka Legislative Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar approached the apex court seeking more time. He said all papers cannot be verified by today and sought more time.Hours after the Supreme Court asked Karnataka Speaker to decide on the resignations of the ten rebel MLAs by today, Karnataka Legislative Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar approached the apex court seeking more time. He said all papers cannot be verified by today and sought more time.

Karnataka Speaker moves SC seeking more time, top court refuses hearing today - Oneindia News

Karnataka Highlights: Rebel Karnataka MLAs sent fresh resignation letters to the Speaker of Karnataka Assembly late last night as the Supreme Court is set to hear today a plea filed by the rebel Congress and JDS MLAs against the Speaker for not accepting their resignations.Get latest Politics online at cnbctv18.com Karnataka Highlights: Rebel Karnataka MLAs sent fresh resignation letters to the Speaker of Karnataka Assembly late last night as the Supreme Court is set to hear today a plea filed by the rebel Congress and JDS MLAs against the Speaker for not accepting their resignations.Get latest Politics online at cnbctv18.com

Karnataka Highlights: My duty now to check if the 8 resignations are in proper format or not, says speaker - cnbctv18.com

Assembly Speaker KR Ramesh will have to decide the fate of the rebel legislators according to the Rules of Procedure of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly.Assembly Speaker KR Ramesh will have to decide the fate of the rebel legislators according to the Rules of Procedure of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly.

Earlier on Thursday, the Supreme Court had asked the Speaker to take a decision on the resignations before midnight.Earlier on Thursday, the Supreme Court had asked the Speaker to take a decision on the resignations before midnight.

Delaying tactics? Karnataka Speaker says will examine rebel MLAs' resignations all night- The New Indian Express