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    Rahul Gandhi adds fuel to discordant Sikh voices

    For over three years, a revival of sorts has been visible in the movement for a separate Sikh state called Khalistan after the virtual decimation of the movement in the early 1990s when super cop K P S Gill ruled the roost with his unsparing ways.

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    Kerala Floods: Congress president Rahul Gandhi visits flood relief camps

    Chengannur: Days after floods ravaged Kerala, leaving a massive trail of destruction, Congress president Rahul Gandhi today visited relief camps in Chengannur and heard the woes of the people. Gandhi, who is on a two-day visit to the state, arrived in Thiruvananthapuram this morning from abroad. He then took a helicopter to Chengannur in Alappuzha district.

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    Rahul Gandhi to be invited for RSS event

    New Delhi: The RSS on Monday was critical of Congress President Rahul Gandhi for drawing comparisons of it with the Islamic State (IS) and the Muslim Brotherhood and plans to invite him for a three-day lecture series here next month to enlighten people about the organisation. The sangh parivar fountainhead, which is holding a lecture series on “Future of Bharat: An RSS Perspective” between September 17 and 19, said it will invite

  • RSS likely to invite Rahul Gandhi for Delhi event from September 17-19

    New Delhi: The RSS on Monday was critical of Congress President Rahul Gandhi for drawing comparisons of it with the Islamic State (IS) and the Muslim Brotherhood and plans to invite him for a three-day lecture series here next month to enlighten people about the organisation.

  • One who doesn’t understand India cannot understand Sangh: RSS hits out at Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Hitting out at Rahul Gandhi for likening the RSS to Islamist group Muslim Brotherhood, the Sangh today said the Congress chief cannot understand the saffron outfit as he does not know India. Last week at the International Institute of Strategic Studies in London, Gandhi had said the RSS’ idea is similar to that of Muslim Brotherhood in the Arab world.

  • Rahul Gandhi’s foreign visits have domestic agenda?

    Rahul Gandhi’s finely orchestrated sojourns in foreign countries have a domestic agenda. A well-provided advance team prepares the itinerary with the focus on the NRIs living in these countries. An agenda for the public event is fixed week in advance. Rahul is tutored by his backroom minders, some of whom accompany him on the visits. He is primed to say things which they believe would make headlines back home. But however much

  • 2019 election to be between BJP, Opposition alliance: Rahul Gandhi

    London : The next general election will be fought between the BJP and the Opposition alliance as for the first time there has been a “systematic attack” on Indian institutions, Congress president Rahul Gandhi has said.

  • 1984 anti-Sikh riots: Sukhbir Singh Badal slams Rahul Gandhi, says he has rubbed salt into wounds

    Chandigarh: The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today hit out at Congress president Rahul Gandhi over his remarks on 1984 anti-Sikh riots, saying by disagreeing with the view his party was involved in the “genocide”, he had “rubbed the salt into the wounds” of the Sikh community. Hitting out at the Congress president, SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal alleged that Gandhi was trying to protect those Congress leaders who

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    Rahul Gandhi says 2019 election will be between BJP and Opposition alliance

    London: The next general election will be fought between the BJP and the Opposition alliance as for the first time there has been a “systematic attack” on Indian institutions, Congress president Rahul Gandhi has said. In an interaction with the National Indian Students and Alumni Union (UK) at the London School of Economics yesterday, Gandhi said that the first priority of the Congress is to defeat the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and stop

  • Congress not involved in 1984 anti-Sikh riots, says Rahul Gandhi

    London: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Friday said “Congress was not involved in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots”, in which nearly 3,000 Sikhs were killed, mostly in the national capital when the party’s government was in power at the Centre.

  • Rahul Gandhi goes off at a tangent

    It is nothing unusual for Congress president Rahul Gandhi to make a hash of his articulation when he is abroad addressing foreign audiences but with elections only a few months away, every statement of his has to be watched for its fallout for the Opposition. His speech at an event in Hamburg, Germany was of a piece for its outrageousness. His reference to terror group ISIS while warning about the impact of

  • Stop acting as ‘contract killer’ of idea called India: BJP to Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: The BJP today launched a furious attack on Rahul Gandhi after the Congress president compared it and its ideological mentor RSS with the radical Islamist outfit Muslim Brotherhood, accusing him of acting as a “contract killer of the idea called India” for his attempt to present them as a terror organisation.

  • Unbelievable! BJP finds many facets of Rahul Gandhi irresistible, retweets his pictures

    Rahul Gandhi is on tour of Germany, and his latest pictures on Twitter have become a laughing stock among Twitterati. The pictures were posted by official Twitter handle of Congress and they captioned it “The many facets of Rahul Gandhi. #Bundestag”. Even BJP took a dig at Rahul Gandhi and wrote “Even we couldn’t resist retweeting this ;)”, on Twitter. Though, after the pictures were posted, Twitterati started trolling Gandhi.

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    BJP-RSS trying to divide, spread hatred in India: Congress President Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: While his party binds the people of India, the BJP-RSS divides them and spreads hatred, Congress president Rahul Gandhi has said. Addressing the Indian diaspora at a function organised by the Indian Overseas Congress in Berlin last night, he said the Congress’s thought of “unity in diversity” came from the times of Guru Nanak Dev.

  • Priyanka and I were not happy after Prabhakaran was killed, says Rahul

    Hamburg (Germany) : Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said he and his sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra were not happy after his father’s (Rajiv Gandhi) killer, LTTE chief Prabhakaran was killed, as they felt “the violence inflicted upon him had impacted others, including his children”.