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  • Rahul Gandhi to visit Badaun today

    New Delhi: Following the huge outrage over the gangrape and murder of two Dalit sisters in Badaun, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will meet the girls’ family members today.

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    Rahul fittest leader for every responsibility: Cong

    New Delhi: Congress today backed party vice president Rahul Gandhi calling him the “fittest” leader for every responsibility, amid a lookout for its leader in the Lok Sabha.

  • AAP slams Rahul Gandhi for ‘half-hearted attack’ on Modi

    New Delhi: AAP today slammed Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi for his “half-hearted attacks” against Narendra Modi’s links with industrialist Gautam Adani and questioned his silence on “favours” given to Reliance Industries by the UPA government.

  • If not for 2014, is Rahul rebuilding Congress for 2019 or 2024?


    In his interview with Arnab Goswami, Rahul Gandhi came across like Hamlet in the TV age, wanting his soliloquies to be discussed, to become part of the nation’s mainstream discourse. Arnab, on his part, was stuck in a groove: “You are avoiding a direct face-off with Narendra Modi Â…Â… with ModiÂ…Â… Modi”

  • Rahul corrupt, will field candidate agst him: Kejriwal

    New Delhi: Targeting Rahul Gandhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today accused him of being corrupt and said the party will field candidates against him, UPA ministers and leaders of other parties.

  • Rahul lying about Gujarat riots, says BJP

    Rahul Gandhi lied in his comments on the Gujarat riots and his entire interview to a TV news channel was “bereft of an idea which could generate hope”, the BJP said Tuesday.
    Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said Gandhi’s interview with Times Now news channel was “a performance of evasion, which was amateurish, rank falsehood and unfortunately of rank ignorance”.

  • Rahul Gandhi to lead Lok Sabha campaign: AICC resolution

    New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi will lead the Congress campaign for 2014 Lok Sabha elections, said a resolution moved at the All India Congress Committee meeting Friday.

  • AICC meeting commenced, party to decide role of Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Vice President Rahul Gandhi, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shindemet met in Talkatora Stadium on Friday to proceed with the ongoing All India Congress Committee (AICC) meeting.

  • Rahul Gandhi is the almighty of Congress: Ali Anwar

    New Delhi: Commenting on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s statement that he is ready to take any responsibility given by his party, Janata Dal United (JD-U) leader Ali Anwar on Thursday said that Gandhi was the almighty and the ‘prince’ of the Congress.

  • Man of fundamentalist background can’t be PM: Mukul Sangma

    Shillong: BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi will never become the prime minister of India because of his fundamentalist background, but the Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi will make it, Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma said here Wednesday.

  • The Prince is ready to bite the bitter pill

    New Delhi :  Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi seems to be getting ready to throw his hat in the prime ministerial ring. For the first time, he has hinted that he is willing to be the party’s prime ministerial candidate for the next Lok Sabha elections.

  • Rahul behaved like a ‘joker’ in Kerala: CPI-M leader

    Thiruvananthapuram: Rahul Gandhi behaved like a “joker” during his visit in the state Monday and such a person is being projected as the prime ministerial candidate by the Congress, a CPI-M leader said here Tuesday.

  • Beni accuses Mulayam of nepotism

    Bahraich (UP): Accusing Mulayam Singh Yadav of indulging in nepotism, Union Minister Beni Prasad Verma has said that his stint with Congress was better than the 30 years spent with the SP supremo.

  • Digvijay advocates caution on naming of PM candidate

    New Delhi: Amid clamour in Congress to declare Rahul Gandhi its Prime Ministerial candidate, party leader Digvijay Singh today appeared advocating caution, noting that in a parliamentary system it is the elected members of Parliament and Assemblies who choose their leader.

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