Udayavni Special

Bypoll to one RS seat in K’taka on Dec 12

Team Udayavani, Nov 14, 2019, 4:49 PM IST

Bengaluru: The the Election Commission on Thursday announced by-polls for one Rajya Sabha seat in Karnataka, which fell vacant recently.

The Bypolls will be held on December 12, and counting of votes will also take place on the same day after the polling concludes, the Election Commission said.

The seat fell vacant after Congress member K C Ramamurthy resigned to join the BJP. However, Ramamurthy’ tenure was to end on June 30, 2022.

Top News

Gold smuggling case: UDF to bring no-confidence motion against Left govt in Kerala

West Bengal BJP MLA found hanging in North Dinajpur

PM Modi, Google’s Pichai discuss how tech can transform lives, emerging work culture in pandemic

Second PU results to be announced on July 14

Sachin Pilot is a sincere Congressman, won’t quit the party: DKShi

Complete lockdown in DK for seven days starting from July 15 midnight: Kota Srinivas Poojary

Watch: Landlord opens fire after tenant fails to pay rent, video goes viral

Related Articles More

Bantwal: 70-year-old dies of COVID-19

Udupi: 53 new COVID-19 cases on July 13

Kundapura: 2 police official and 1 driver COVID-19 positive

Kundapura: Case registered against person for violating quarantine 163 times

Bengaluru: HC to hear only urgent cases during lockdown


Complete lockdown in DK for seven days starting from July 15 midnight: Kota Srinivas Poojary

Yadgiri’s Najarapur waterfall at full flow after heavy rains

Sunday Curfew: Heavy police force deployed to check lockdown violations

Shimoga: Protests against city corp for mismanaging a COVID-19 dead body

Karnataka education minister Suresh Kumar visits Kukke Subrahmanya

Latest Additions

Bowling in times of COVID-19: Forget reverse swing for now, says Pathan

Mideast loses $270 bn oil income amid virus, recession: IMF

Bantwal: 70-year-old dies of COVID-19

Manchester City overturns 2-year ban from Champions League

CA’s May examination cancelled, to be merged with Nov cycle: ICAI tells SC

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.