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  • Can never hate those who stir up hate against me: Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday cited a sting by a news website to get back at those targeting him unfairly, saying he can never hate those who try to stir up hate against him. “I can never hate those who try to stir up hate against me, with fake stories and their cunning twisting of fact. For them it’s just business; hate sold for a price, as the Cobrapost expose

  • Change is the only constant with Virat Kohli

    In the eye of storm, Rohit Sharma played 17 matches mostly at number six, where he played 14 innings — one more than Ashwin at that number. During this period India used nine batsmen at number six, most in any batting position.

  • Rahul persists with Prashant for Guj

    New Delhi : Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi has engaged poll strategist Prashant Kishor to help the party in preparing for the Gujarat Assembly elections in December. He took the decision to rope in Kishor on Friday, a day after return from the United States with his ailing mother Sonia Gandhi, the Congress President. The decision came much to the chagrin of the party leaders from Uttar Pradesh as they grumbled that Rahul should

  • Do or die battle for Team India

    Dharamsala : Indian captain Virat Kohli was rendered a highly doubtful starter for the fourth and final cricket Test against Australia, a scenario that has put the hosts under immense pressure on the eve of the decider of the bitterly fought series.

  • Sonia flies abroad for check-up

    New Delhi : Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who did not campaign in the assembly elections in five states, including Uttar Pradesh, will also give the counting on Saturday a miss as she has flown abroad for treatment. Party sources said she left for abroad last night for a “routine medical check-up” and will return only after Holi on Monday.

  • Akhilesh, Rahul to set out for joint campaign today

    Lucknow : With the catchline ‘UP ko yeh saath pasand hai’, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will set out for a joint campaign here tomorrow for the high stakes Assembly elections in the state.

  • Navjot Sidhu meets Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi : After weeks of speculation, former cricketer-turned TV show coordinator and former MP Navjot Singh Sidhu (53) finally called on Congress Vice-President Rahul at his Tughlak Lane here on Thursday, expressing his desire to join the party.

  • Rahul Gandhi a part time politician: BJP ridicules his speech at CWC

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday mocked Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s speech against demonetisation and dubbed the latter a “part time politician”, while adding that it is for the first time in a long while when the poor of the nation has been empowered under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.

  • Rahul Gandhi meets PM Narendra Modi, opposition parties irked

    New Delhi: A Congress delegation led by its vice president Rahul Gandhi on Friday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi espousing the cause of farmers but the move led to cracks within the opposition.

  • Rahul out again with injury, Dhawan back in contention

    Mohali : Indian cricket team’s poor fitness record in the ongoing home season continued as opener KL Rahul was on Saturday ruled out of the third Test due to a forearm injury sustained during the second match.

  • Indore: Woman among 4 held for duping traders

    Indore: City police on Wednesday arrested four accused including a lady journalist for duping businessmen of Mhow and Pithampur in the name of exchanging old currency notes.

  • National Herald website launch a cover-up for mercy: Swamy

    NEW DELHI : Senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday dubbed launch of the National Herald website on Jawaharlal Nehru’s birth anniversary on November 14 as “a cover-up to beg mercy from the court” during the trial in the case he launched against Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Rahul and others for trying to usurp the newspaper company’s properties.

  • Disability pension order put on hold

    New Delhi : The Defence Ministry on Saturday put on hold its controversial order lowering the disability pension to the defence forces, saying the pensioners will continue to be paid at the old rates, pending decision of the anomaly committee. It said implementation of the 7th Central Pay Commission recommendation on methodology for calculating the disability element has been referred to the anomaly committee.

  • PM obliges only 15-20 people, claims Rahul

    Lakhimpur Kheri (UP) : Rahul Gandhi, whose security cover was on Tuesday tightened in the wake of Monday’s shoe attack, continued his tirade against Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying he works only for “15-20” people and ignores the rest.

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