Politics of karnataka (2008-2010)

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Presentation on The political condition of Karnataka.(2008-2010). Presented by : Dharmendra M Kishan H Raju N Sharanu K Sumanth A

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Introduction History 2008 State Election 2008 Election Results Year 2008 Summary Year 2009 Summary Year 2010 Summary Dr. Rajkumar information Conclusion Contents.

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The politics of Karnataka is dominated by three major parties, the Indian National Congress the Janata Dal (Secular) and the Bharatiya Janata Party. The Government is formed by the Bharatiya Janata Party. The Chief Minister is B. S. Yediyurappa of Bharatiya Janata Party. At the national level, Karnataka consists of 28 parliamentary constituencies from which 28 members of parliament get elected to the Lok Sabha. Several politicians and bureaucrats from Karnataka have served at the center at various times in different capacities. Introduction

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The last elections in Karnataka held in 2004 led to extremely unusual results. Out of a total of 224 seats, the BJP won 79, the Congress 65 and the JD (Secular) 58. The only possibility was a coalition government and the two largest parties were politically not inclined to form a coalition. JD(S) President and former prime minister DeveGowda decided to partner with the Congress to form a government just to keep the BJP out of the government. History.

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The coalition headed by chief minister N Dharam Singh (Congress) and Deputy chief minister Siddharamiah (of JDS) lasted till 2006. Deve Gowda's son HD Kumaraswamy, also of the JDS, brought in a new twist when he garnered support of 46 other ministers and withdrew support from the Congress. Kumaraswamy struck a deal with the opposition party, the right wing BJP, to form an alternate government. The new coalition had HD Kumaraswamy as the Chief Minister and B. S. Yeddyurappa of the BJP as deputy chief minister. Before forming the government, the two parties had entered into an informal power sharing agreement. Conti….

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They would enjoy chief ministership for a period of 20 months each. This has created a unique situation where a government has been headed by three different political parties with no elections between them. H.D.Kumarswamy. N.Dharamsingh Conti…

2008 state election. : 

IIn 2007, a sudden dispute occurred between HD Kumaraswamy and Yeddyurappa over the abdication of powers which threw the state into emergency and hence under direct Presidential rule. During the elections on 10, 16 and 22 May, the BJP defeated both the local party as well as the Congress making Yeddyurappa the undisputed chief minister of the state. The BJP nearly achieved a majority, and will be leading a state government by itself for the first time in South Indian political history.n 2008 state election.

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Analysts claim that the main reason for the defeat of the Congress was that its promises of development have been severely foiled under the current Indian crises like inflation which has jacked up food prices hence severely affecting drought hit regions of the state. Besides, the Congress also had internal rivalries leading to uncertainty of a particular Congress chief minister, in contrary to BJP's Yeddyurappa who has once been an extremely efficient finance minister Conti….

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2007, a sudden dispute occurred between HD Kumaraswamy and Yeddyurappa over the abdication of powers which threw the state into emergency and hence under direct Presidential rule. During the elections on 10, 16 and 22 May, the BJP defeated both the local party as well as the Congress making Yeddyurappa the undisputed chief minister of the state. The BJP nearly achieved a majority, and will be leading a state government by itself for the first time in South Indian political history. Analysts claim that the main reason for the defeat of the Congress was that its promises of development have been severely foiled under the current Indian crises like inflation which has jacked up food prices hence severely affecting drought hit regions of the state. Conti….

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Besides, the Congress also had internal rivalries leading to uncertainty of a particular Congress chief minister, in contrary to BJP's Yeddyurappa who has once been an extremely efficient finance minister. Vidhanasoudha inner look. Conti…

Summary of the May 2008 Karnataka election results. : 

Summary of the May 2008 Karnataka election results.

Year 2008 Summary jan to june…… : 

Yeddyurappa promises priority for IT and Bangalore development.  BPOs for rural sector. Hogenakkal issue Expand ministry on June 7  Dharwad violence a conspiracy against govt Govt seeks Rs 5000 cr grant for Bangalore No approval, yet Rs 3 cr granted to Bidar airport Year 2008 Summary jan to june……

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Centre to set up IIT in Karnataka Stringent action against illegal mining. Tata for housing Nano project in Karnataka. CM Will provide 10 lakh jobs by 2009 Security agencies need better training. Continue lighting lamps for Karnataka. Dr Rajkumar University and Film Complex soon Fact-file of achievements for 100 days. July to dec….

Year 2009 summary jan to december….. : 

Lok Ayukta report on mining issues final: CM reacts on Mangalore pub assault China inspires karnataka govt to consider two-child norm. New formula to resolve crisis in Karnataka Karnataka leadership issue: Janardhan to meet Rajnath Ananth Kumar, the man behind Karnataka BJP crisis? Kaveri issue & 108 Ambulence service. Year 2009 summary jan to december…..

Year 2010 summary jan to december….. : 

Nityananda issue. CM denies wrongdoing in Land deals Karnataka HC upholds disqualification of 11 MLAs. Karnataka government gifts sarees to mothers of girl child. Karnataka ranked 2nd in implementing Centre’s 20-point programme. BJP Government wins trust vote in Karnataka Assembly. Six new ministers join the Cabinet Year 2010 summary jan to december…..

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BJP wins Karnataka bypolls in Kadur. Home Ministers happy over Rs 3500 crores revenue from Homes Registry. “Aasare” scheme for flood – affected destitutes: Govt to pay Rs. 25,000 for additional rooms in “shelter” homes. Janajagruthi Samavesha inauguration at Gulbarga Bio-data of Sri Shankara Murthy – Speaker Legislative Council Conti…..

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Global Investors’ Meet gets off to a flying start; MoUs to the tune of Rs 2.21 lakh crore signed, Bicycle Rally against price rise. Cm’s land issue. Katta subramanya naidu gives resignation. JD’S Patry rejoins it’s old candidates. Conti…..

Dr. Rajkumar…. : 

Born : Singanalluru Puttaswamayya Muthuraju April 24, 1929 Gajanur, Died : April 12, 2006 (aged 77) Bangaluru Occupation : Actor, singer Years active :1954 – 2000. Spouse :Parvathamma Rajkumar Children :Shivrajkumar,RaghavendraRaj, Puneet Rajkumar, Poornima,laxmi. Website http://www.rajkumar.com/v/appaji Dr. Rajkumar….

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He was sometimes referred to as "Dr. Raj" or "Natasarvabhouma" (meaning "emperor of acting") and was hugely popular in Karnataka, where he was also known as "Annavaru", meaning "beloved elder brother". Of his fans, he once said, "I don't know whether I will ever see God. But for me all my fans are my Gods." Rajkumar entered the film industry at the age of eight and got his first break as a hero in the film Bedara Kannappa in 1954. Thereafter, he went on to work in over 220 films and became a household name in the Kannada-speaking world. Conti….

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Early life: Raj Kumar was born on April 24, 1929 in Gajanur (now in Erode District, Tamil Nadu), Madras Presidency, British India. His mother tongue was Kannada. His father, Singanalluru Puttaswamayya, was a theater artist. His mother was Lakshmamma. His original name was Mutturaju, named after Lord Muthathi Raya. Film career : He acted in more than 200 Kannada movies. He worked primarily in Karnataka. His last film was shabdavedhi. Singer: Rajkumar was also a well-known singer. He sang many devotional songs. Conti…

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Kannada language movement : Rajkumar was asked to lead a movement about making Kannada a compulsory language for primary education based on the "Gokak report", popularly known as "Gokak varadhi". He became actively involved in the movement and soon became the force behind the Gokak movement. He took a rally from Belgaum to Bangalore and gave speeches about the importance of Kannada. Lakhs of people gathered only to have a glimpse of Rajkumar and listen to his speech. The movement became such a rage that the government relented and made Kannada a compulsory language of education in Karnataka. Conti….

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Death and aftermath : Rajkumar died at his home in Sadashivanagar, Bangalore, on April 12, 2006 following a cardiac arrest. Death precipitated a statewide reaction. Following the news of his death, there was major unrest in the city of Bangalore. The Karnataka government announced its intention to make a Rs 10 crore memorial in memory of Rajkumar at Kanteerava Studios. After Rajkumar's demise, as a tribute and remembrance his fans have unveiled more than 50 statues of Rajkumar, spread across Bangalore city. Conti….

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Awards and honors : National Film Award for Best Actor for the movie Bedara Kannappa. Honorary doctorate from Mysore University in 1976 The Nadoja Award from Hampi University. Ten Filmfare Awards South awards in the Best Actor category Nine Karnataka State Film Awards in the Best Actor category National Film Award in the Best Male Playback Singer category in the year 1993 from the movie Jeevana Chaitra. Padma Bhushan award in 1983. Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 1995 Karnataka Ratna in 1993 ETV Kannadiga of the Year Award in 2000 NTR National Award for the year 2002 Conti….

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Dr. Rajkumar Trust : Parvathamma Rajkumar, along with her sons and other eminent people, initiated the 'Dr. Rajkumar Trust' at Green House restaurant, Bangalore, on the occasion of Rajkumar's 79th birth anniversary on 24April. The Dr. Rajkumar Trust was conceived to further developmental works to assist the economically underprivileged sections in the field of healthcare, education, art and culture. Conti….

Conclusion…. : 

The karnataka govt is very powerfull and very innovative and it’s a indian 2nd devolaped state In karnataka BJP govt is very successful and very good condition. About Dr. Rajkumar he is a very talented person and after death of natasarvabhouma karnataka film industry (sandalwood) never find another Annavru….. Conclusion….

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