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  • Rahul punctures Modi’s claim of big hand to tribals

    New Delhi : Congress president-elect Rahul Gandhi on Friday narrated how the BJP had taken the tribals of Gujarat for a ride during 22 years of its rule in the state.

  • Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: Does Rahul Gandhi stand a chance against mighty Narendra Modi?

    Gujarat Assembly Elections are just a few days away and the battle for the seat has been waged for a better part of last six months. On one side you have the 22-year reign of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) headed by country’s 14th Prime Minister Narendra Modi and on the hand the challenge is thrown by soon to be Indian National Congress (INC) president Rahul Gandhi, who is finally leading from the

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    ‘Neech Aadmi’: Shah says Mani reflects Cong culture

    New Delhi : Ignoring Rahul Gandhi’s directive to former Congress MP Manishankar Aiyar to apologise for using filthy words against Prime Minister Modi, Bhartiya Janata Party president Amit Shah lashed out at the Congress, saying Aiyar only reflects the Congress culture.

  • Why step-motherly treatment to farmers? Rahul Gandhi asks PM Modi

    New Delhi: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “step-motherly treatment to farmers” saying that he has not waived off farm loans and not given proper market price for their produce.

  • Yogi Adityanath corners Congress, Rahul Gandhi on Ayodhya matter

    Amreli (Gujarat): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday termed Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi’s visit to temples as ‘hypocrisy’ and said the true character of the party was revealed the way one of its leaders pitched to extend the dates of the Ayodhya matter hearing.

  • Gujarat poll has turned Rahul Gandhi into a leader: Shiv Sena

    Mumbai: The Shiv Sena today said that the Gujarat Assembly poll campaign had transformed Rahul Gandhi into a leader and that the Congress vice-president’s temple visits was a “win for Hindutva”, which the BJP should welcome.

  • Unlike PM Modi I am human, thanks for pointing out mistake: Rahul Gandhi to BJP

    New Delhi: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday thanked the BJP for pointing out mistakes in his tweet question on Tuesday over inflation, saying that “unlike” Prime Minister Narendra Modi he was “human” and did make the odd mistake. He asked the BJP to “please do keep it coming”.

  • Congress compulsion: From mother to son

    Never mind the substance, the Congress Party does seem to care for the form (though under the dictate of the Election Commission). Despite the fact that there is a solitary candidate for election as Congress President, there shall be no announcement of the outcome until all the 89 nomination papers in favour of the Crown Prince are scrutinized. And the date for that earth-shaking announcement is set for December 11. There are

  • Time to rewrite the Cong fairy tale

    WHEN he returned to India after 12 years abroad, he brought very little to the table. He had no particular accomplishments or professional successes of which to boast, but enjoyed a jet-setting lifestyle and had a Venezuelan girlfriend on his arm.

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    Bhopal: 11-year old seeks action against netizens for insulting Rahul

    Bhopal: A member of Rashtriya Bal Congress, Kanishak Dubey has filed a complaint with the cyber police seeking action against netizens using derogatory adjectives to refer party vice president Rahul Gandhi on social media. Ashish Dubey, father of the complainant, said that people while posting messages on social media are using objectionable adjective while referring to Rahul Gandhi

  • Grand show on Dec 12

    New Delhi : The Congress is contemplating a grand show here on December 12 for anointment of 47-year old Rahul Gandhi as the new party president, a day after close of withdrawals.

  • Congress likely to give neck and neck fight to BJP in Gujarat: Survey

     New Delhi : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday dismissed as “wide off the mark” a new opinion polls finding that showed the Congress gaining heavily and fast catching up with the ruling party in Gujarat as well as closing the gap between the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi as compared to the similar last two polls done in August and October.

  • Rahul Gandhi’s elevation in Congress has Twitter abuzz with hilarious memes

    Rahul Gandhi is all set to be new Congress president after Sonia Gandhi, as she was party president for almost 19 years. Currently Rahul is vice president of Congress from 5 years. Yesterday he filed the nominations for the post at Congress headquarters in Delhi and their was no other candidates against him. From many years Congress and Rahul Gandhi are facing the question of dynasty politics. Many congress leaders took Twitter and

  • Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017: Rahul Gandhi’s math gone wrong?

    New Delhi: Shooting off a seventh question at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, even as campaigning for elections in Gujarat reached fever pitch, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi committed an embarrassing mathematical faux pax with regard prices of essential commodities on Tuesday.

  • People and not Rahul Gandhi can revive Congress

    Bhopal: People and not Rahul Gandhi can revive Congress, says Swamy

    Bhopal: Taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi on filing nomination for the post of All India Congress Committee president, Bharatiya Janata Party leader and Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy said that it hardly matters whether Rahul Gandhi becomes president of Congress.

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    Bhopal: Rahul’s anointment paves way for state Cong overhaul

    Bhopal: With Rahul Gandhi taking over as the president of AICC, the much-awaited overhaul of the state Congress may take place any day now. The AICC wants to make the Congress battle-ready in view of the assembly elections, which are due next year in Madhya Pradesh.