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Karnataka Election Result: As Congress-JD(S) MLAs head to Eagleton 'hideout'; a look at growing trend of 'resort politics'

Firstpost Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Recent developments in Karnataka lay credence to a growing trend of party leaders carting their MLAs off to 'guarded' resorts in the face of a floor test.

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