It took more than three weeks for the Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa – who took oath on July 26 — to name his cabinet members. It took another six days to decide on the portfolios for the 16 men and one woman who joined the cabinet. The list of ministers announced on Monday evening showed that the state will have no fewer than three deputy chief ministers — Govind Karjol, Dr Ashwath Narayan and Laxman Savadi.
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