Free Press Journal
  • Irked with Modi’s barbs, Cong says address Rahul with respect

    New Delhi: Taking strong exception to Narendra Modi addressing Rahul Gandhi as “Shehzada”, Congress today did some tough talking as it threatened that its workers were capable of stopping such “undignified” language but were restrained due to respect for laws and the Model Code.

  • UP dismisses Rahul’s remark on Muslim youth

    Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government Saturday dismissed Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s statement that some Muslim youths in riots-hit Muzaffarnagar were in touch with Pakistan’s intelligence, and said it had “no inputs in this regard”.

  • Rahul’s remark is an insult to Muslims: JD(U)

    New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s assertion that Pakistan’s ISI is trying to lure some Muslims in riot-hit Muzaffarnagar into terrorism is an insult for the entire community, JD(U) today said.

  • BJP to lodge complaint against Rahul Gandhi’s speech with EC

    New Delhi:The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday said it would make a complaint to the Election Commission (EC) against Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi’s speech, in which he said that the saffron party followed politics of hate.

  • Rahul Gandhi to meet Datia stampede injured

    Gwalior:Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi would Thursday visit the injured admitted to a hospital following a stampede at Ratangarh temple in Madhya Pradesh’s Datia district, leaving 111 people dead.

  • Two Rahul rallies cancelled in UP

    Lucknow:Faced with the prospects of thin attendance owing  to Hindu festival ‘Karvachauth’, the Congress has cancelled two rallies of Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi in Uttar Pradesh Oct 22.

  • Gujarat Cong sees hope of resurgence after Rahul visit

    Ahmedabad: Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi’s visit has revived the hope of overhaul of an almost defunct state party unit which has been demoralised by successive poll defeats at the hands of Narendra Modi-led BJP.

  • Rahul’s poverty remark draws flak

    Lucknow: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi came in for sharp criticism Tuesday for saying that poverty was a “state of mind”.

  • Rahul, Modi not fit for PM’s post: Hazare

    Farrukhabad (UP): Social activist Anna Hazare today said that both Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi are “unacceptable” as prime minister as both are “not fit” to acquire the dignified post.

  • Don’t go beyond party line: Rahul

    New Delhi: In a signal that out-of-turn remarks will not be tolerated, Rahul Gandhi today warned that those who go beyond the party line will face action.

  • Cong will take final decision on PM candidate: Dwivedi

    New Delhi: Congress today hinted that declaration of Rahul Gandhi as Prime Ministerial candidate cannot be ruled out, dismissing as “personal opinion” certain comments of senior leader Digvijay Singh in this regard.

  • Rahul vows to ensure 50% representation to women in AICC

    New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today vowed to ensure 50 per cent representation to women in AICC and other party wings as he held his first formal interaction with newly-appointed party office bearers, the team set up by him for the 2014 Lok Sabha poll.

  • Rahul wants to ‘correct the system’ within Cong

    Khanna (Pb): Rahul Gandhi today said he wanted to “correct the system” within Congress as problems of grassroots level workers did not reach its top brass and assured partymen that he was available to them at any time.

  • Politics of alienating communities affects growth: Rahul

    New Delhi: In a veiled criticism of BJP’s policies, Rahul Gandhi today said politics of alienating communities affects growth and the Congress stood for inclusive growth even as he sidestepped questions of his becoming prime minister.