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    Congress communalizing Meghalaya elections, says BJP

    Shillong: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday accused Meghalaya’s ruling Congress of “communalizing” the February 27 assembly polls in the state instead of replying to the “chargesheet” on the “15 Years of Loot, 15 Years of Destruction” during its three terms.

  • Bhopal: ‘Bhavantar Yojana is a Loot Yojana’

    Bhopal: Bhavantar Yojana is a Loot Yojana, said Congress party MLA Jeetu Patwari while talking to mediapersons here on Sunday. Responding to a query on Bhavantar scheme, he said that when Bhavantar scheme was in force, the cost of soybean was around Rs 2000 per quintal and as soon as the scheme time ended, the rate increased to Rs 3500 per quintal. “The farmers who had sold the soybean under the scheme

  • In a setback for BJP, sr. leader joins Cong in poll-bound Meghalaya  

    Shillong : In a major setback to BJP before the February 27 Meghalaya Assembly polls, the party’s spokesperson Sony Khyriem joined the ruling Congress party with hundreds of his supporters on Saturday. Khyriem said he took the step in protest against the BJP’s decision not to nominate a candidate in West Shillong assembly constituency, besides the “anti-minorities stand” of the BJP. “The ‘dictatorial attitude’ not to nominate a candidate in the Constituency

  • Govt racing against time but PM relaxed

    New Delhi : The Government is racing against time. The budget session of Parliament ends on Friday and before that it has to complete the first round of discussion on the Union Budget, so as to send the demands to the standing committees for the ministry-wise closed-door scrutiny.

  • Cong is growing weaker, says Thawar Chand Gehlot

    Mumbai : The Congress party is surely not supporting people who are patriotic, and they have left their Gandhian philosophy behind to support negativity, said Union Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment Thawar Chand Gehlot. He further feels that Congress party is getting weaker gradually.

  • Sonia retiring? Party quick to say ‘no’

    Her remark triggered wild speculation as all in the AICC headquarters here so far believed that she would be hoisted as a sort of the political chairman emeritus or patron of the party.

  • Bhopal: ‘RSS, BJP members were arrested in raids, no Congman involved’

    Bhopal: The Congress party on Monday said that no Congressman figured in the raids, which the government conducted so far against business establishments and individuals. “Only BJP and RSS leaders were arrested in the raids conducted by enforcement agencies after demonetisation. Not one Congressman was found guilty in any financial irregularity,” state Congress chief spokesperson K K Mishra said while addressing mediapersons.

  • Oppn up in arms as Ujjainites go waterless this Diwali

    Ujjain: The Congress party and NGO Swarnim Bharat Manch, strongly objected to the failure of the Ujjain Municipal Corporation to supply potable water regularly during the festive week of Diwali, on Monday.

  • Can Rahul deliver as Cong prez?

    RAHUL GANDHI will have to activate the party organisation which is no mean task and becoming Congress president is not going to bring about a transformation. The party needs radical, far reaching changes for winning the confidence of the people at large.

  • Delhi court to resume hearing in National Herald Case

    New Delhi: The Patiala House Court on Saturday will resume the hearing in the National Herald Case, involving Congress Party frontrunners Sonia Gandhi and son Rahul Gandhi, among others.

  • Priyanka Gandhi showing progressive recovery, say Sir Ganga Ram Hospital doctors

    New Delhi: Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, the daughter of Congress party president Sonia Gandhi, who is undergoing treatment for dengue at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here, is convalescing. Doctors at the hospital said that her vital parameters and laboratory results are showing progressive recovery.

  • Yogi did nothing for hospital, says Ghulam Nabi Azad of Congress

    Gorakhpur : The Congress party on Saturday took a dig at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath over the Go-rakhpur hospital tragedy, saying that despite being five-time MP from Gorakhpur he did nothing for the hospital. Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, who visited Gorakhpur along with party vice-president Rahul Gandhi said: “In spite of being five-time MP from Gorakhpur, he (Adityanath) did nothing for the hospital.” Gandhi met the family of children, who