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  1. Average assets increase of re-contesting Karnataka MLAs is Rs 17.31 crore: ADR

    ... of 184 MLAs in Karnataka, who are re-contesting the state Assembly elections in 2018, has been Rs 17.31 crore between 2013 and 2018. The ADR ...

    Divya Arora - 10.05.2018

  2. Karnataka Elections 2018: 64% rise in assets of 184 siting MLAs who are contesting this poll

    ... The 184 MLAs who are recontesting the  Karnataka Assembly elections  on May 12 have seen a 64 percent growth in their assets as ...

    Divya Arora - 09.05.2018

  3. These Congress leaders saw an asset increase of over Rs 100 crore in 5 years

    ... average assets of the re-contesting MLAs in the Karnataka assembly elections has gone up from Rs 26.92 crore in 2013 to Rs 44.24 crore in 2018. A ...

    Divya Arora - 09.05.2018

  4. Average assets of 184 MLAs seeking re-election in 2018 polls up by 66 per cent: ADR

    ... The average assets of of the 184 members of the Karnataka Assembly seeking re-election in the May 12 Polls has increased by 64 per cent ... crore as against Rs.26.92 crore declared during the 2013 elections. According to a review by the Association of Democratic Reforms ...

    Divya Arora - 09.05.2018

  5. A 64 Per Cent Rise In Assets Of 184 MLAs Recontesting Karnataka Polls

    ... City:   In 2018 Karnataka assembly elections, 184 sitting legislators who are contesting again on May 12 have seen ...

    Divya Arora - 09.05.2018

  6. Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018: 64 Per Cent Rise in Assets of 184 Karnataka MLAs

    ... The 184 MLAs who are re-contesting the Karnataka Assembly elections on May 12 has seen a 64 per cent growth in their assets as compared ...

    Divya Arora - 09.05.2018

  7. Karnataka election: Five richest candidates are from Congress, wealthiest saw Rs 600 crore rise in assets since 2013

    ... five richest re-contesting candidates in fray in Karnataka assembly election 2018 have seen their assets increase since the last polls, ... of 184 re-contesting MLAs in the forthcoming Karnataka elections, including by-elections, have increased by Rs 17.31 crore (Rs ...

    Divya Arora - 09.05.2018

  8. A 64 Per Cent Rise In Average Assets Of 184 Lawmakers Recontesting Karnataka Polls

    ... City:  In 2018 Karnataka assembly elections, 184 sitting legislators who are contesting again on May 12 have seen ...

    Divya Arora - 09.05.2018

  9. Average assets of those re-contesting Karnataka polls increased by 64 pc

    ... The average asset change of candidates re-contesting the Assembly elections from 2013 to 2018 has been a whopping 64 per cent. An ...

    Divya Arora - 09.05.2018

  10. These Congress leaders saw an asset increase of over Rs 100 crore in 5 years

    ... average assets of the re-contesting MLAs in the Karnataka assembly elections has gone up from Rs 26.92 crore in 2013 to Rs 44.24 crore in 2018. A ...

    Divya Arora - 09.05.2018

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