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    Save the Constitution is Congress’ campaign to save dynasty, says Amit Shah

    New Delhi: Hitting back at Rahul Gandhi, BJP president Amit Shah today said the ‘Save the Constitution’ campaign launched by the Congress chief is an exercise to save the dynasty and that the opposition party’s “Modi hatred” has turned into “India hatred”.

  • Save the Constitution: Country may burn, but Narendra Modi only interested in becoming PM again, says Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi today launched a blistering attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying the country could burn, girls may be raped and the rights of scheduled castes and minorities be under a threat, but Modi was merely interested in becoming the prime minister again. The twin burning issues of Dalit rights and women’s safety were at the centre of Gandhi’s all-out attack on Modi at the launch of

  • Bhopal: Congress to celebrate Panchayat Raj Day as Chintan Diwas

    Bhopal: Congress will celebrate the National Panchayat Raj Day on April 24 as a Chintan Diwas. Prime minister Narendra Modi will address the representatives of the Panchayat Raj on the day in Mandla. This day marks the passing of the Constitution (73rd Amendment) Act, 1992 that came into force with effect from 24 April 1993 has institutionalized Panchayati Raj through the village, intermediate and district level panchayats.

  • Bhopal: Congress gearing up for major changes, parleys in Delhi

    Bhopal: Preparations are on for a major development in connection with state Congress. The sessions of meetings over election preparations in the state are being held in Delhi. The election strategy and the committees made for elections are being finalised in these meetings. A new team of Congress may be announced in a day or two.

  • Cong’s two mega shows next week

    New Delhi : The Congress mounts attack on the BJP and the Modi government with two mega shows in the capital next week.

  • Cong hope rests on inquiry panel on impeachment

    New Delhi : The Opposition has the numerical strength neither in Rajya Sabha nor in the Lok Sabha to get its Friday’s impeachment motion passed against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, but the Congress is banking on the report of the inquiry committee to be constituted by Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu to vet the charges.

  • Cong promotes dynasty, we promote development: Shah

    Rae Bareli : Accusing the Congress of pursuing politics of dynasty and conspiracy, BJP President Amit Shah demanded on Saturday that its President, Rahul Gandhi, apologise for the “saffron terror” remarks against his party.

  • Bhopal: Congress to put Kamalnath, Scindia in frontline, sidelines Digvijay

    Bhopal: Congress has begun its preparations for the elections, following BJP replacing its state president and announcing election management committee. Congress is preparing an election strategy for the upcoming Assembly polls, which may come to the fore in the first week of May.

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    Mumbai: SP slams Congress for supporting Shiv Sena in ward committee polls

    Mumbai: The Samajwadi Party has slammed the Congress party after it extended support to the ruling party, putting its only vote in favour of Shiv Sena. As a result, Shiv Sena candidate Nidhi Shinde won the election of the party’s ‘M-East’ Ward Committee.

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    Supreme Court Crisis: Ill-advised, myopic impeachment

    The Congress-led motion signed by 71 members of Parliament from seven political parties to impeach Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on grounds which included sensitive cases being assigned by him to preferred benches of the Supreme Court, is a condemnable act by an opposition that has lost its way. It is a mischievous attempt to divide the country’s judiciary which is arguably the strongest pillar of Indian democracy. Indeed, it is

  • James Comey memos on Trump released to Congress

    Washington: A series of explosive memos prepared by former FBI director James Comey detailing US President Donald Trump’s alleged efforts to influence the bureau’s expanding investigation into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 elections have been submitted to Congress.