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    Nothing called ‘saffron terror’, Rahul Gandhi, party never used the phrase: Congress

    New Delhi: There is nothing called ‘saffron terror’, the Congress today said, asserting that it was of firm belief that terror cannot be linked to any religion or community, and made it clear its leader Rahul Gandhi or the party never used the phrase. The party’s reaction came after the BJP attacked it following the acquittal of right wing activist Aseemanand and four others in the 2007 Mecca Masjid blast, alleging that the Congress

  • Rahul Gandhi asks PM Modi to fast track cases of rape of minors if serious about justice

    New Delhi: Amid public outrage over Kathua and Unnao rape cases, Congress President Rahul Gandhi today asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to fast-track cases of rapes of minors and punish the guilty if he was serious about providing justice to the country’s daughters. Gandhi pointed out that there were as many as 19,675 cases of rapes of minor children in 2016, terming

  • Rahul Gandhi to begin three-day visit to Amethi, Rae Bareli today

    New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday will embark on a three-day visit to his and his mother Sonia Gandhi’s parliamentary constituencies of Amethi and Rae Bareli respectively. He will spend the first two days in Amethi and the last day in Rae Bareli. He will meet farmers and inaugurate a Passport Seva Kendra, a road project and a private school. Rahul Gandhi will also lay the foundations of some development

  • India want’s to know: When, tweets Rahul Gandhi after PM Modi’s assurance on the Kathua and Unnao rape cases

    New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi said today “India wants to know” when its daughters will get justice as he ‘thanked’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi for breaking his “long silence” on the Kathua and Unnao rape cases. “Dear Prime Minister, Thank you for breaking your long silence. You said ‘our daughters will get justice’. India wants to know: when?” Gandhi tweeted.

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    Rahul Gandhi has supported rape accused: Smriti Irani tears into Congress candlelight march

    New Delhi: Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting (I&B), Smriti Irani, on Friday, downplayed Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s candlelight vigil against the Kathua and Unnao rape cases, pointing out to his alleged support for rape accused, former Samajwadi Party MLA.  “Rahul Gandhi earlier stood in support of Gayatri Prasad Prajapati. It’s just his compulsion to take a stand this time but Amethi knows the truth. I have faith that justice will be

  • ‘What have we become’: Rahul Gandhi on Kathua Rape Case

    New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi today described the rape and killing of an 8-year-old girl in Kathua as “unimaginable brutality” that cannot go unpunished and wondered how anybody can seek to protect the culprits. He also lashed out at the politics being played over the crime.

  • PM to lead BJP fast on blockade

    New Delhi : Three days after Rahul Gandhi led a symbolic 5-hour Congress fast at Rajghat here for peace and harmony, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go on a day-long fast here on Thursday, with the BJP MPs in own constituencies, against what they call Parliament’s blockade by the Congress in the second part of the budget session that ended last Friday.

  • Lutyens’ Delhi hits back at Narendra Modi

    The extent to which Lutyens’ Delhi is a microcosm of India or exists as a rarefied enclave is the subject of endless and inconclusive discussions. Whatever be the reality, this tiny corner of India’s Capital is always an interesting case study since its social influence far exceeds its spatial limitations.

  • Congress’ fast at Rajghat: Congress party men can’t fast on an empty stomach

    Mumbai: A much touted daylong ‘fast for harmony’ turned into a farce with Congress party leaders hogging “chhola bhaturas” just before the protest began. Among those hungrily tucking into the hearty meal were Ajay Maken, Haroun Yusuf and Arvinder Singh Lovely. Incidentally, the party’s nationwide protest was against caste-based violence, communalism and non-functioning of Parliament, for which the Congress blames the ruling BJP. Incidentally, Rahul Gandhi was not seen at the merry making

  • For peace and harmony, Rahul fasts for a day

    Just before the Cong chief’s arrival at venue, the party asked its former Delhi MPs Jagdish Tytler & Sajjan Kumar to leave the dais since they are still facing 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases.

  • Rahul Gandhi attacks Modi government over death of rape victim’s father

    New Delhi: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday attacked the Narendra Modi government over custodial death of the father of a girl who had accused an Uttar Pradesh BJP legislato rof rape, saying that accused was roaming free while the victim’s father was been taken into custody by police.