The identity of the Congress in Madhya Pradesh has always been known for factionalism, but the situation changed after the party handed o...Read More
By Staff Reporter
Congress to sensitize the people of the state in favour of the party by demonstrating in support of the farmers’ agitation going on at th...Read More
While agitations and protests are going on in several parts of the country against the three Central farm laws, the Congress in Madhya Pr...Read More
AICC general secretary Mukul Wasnik chaired meeting of PCC office bearers in Bhopal on Wednesday
Secretary of Madhya Pradesh Congress committee Rakesh Yadav said that Yash Jain is an active member of BJP and advisor of BJP leader Ranj...Read More
The victim Neeraj Pal, a Congress worker, had gone to meet his friends in Shabri Nagar where he attacked.
Earlier, the party leaders and workers paid rich tributes to former chief minister Arjun Singh on his birth anniversary at PCC office.
The Congress state media vice president Bhupendra Gupta said the poster was prepared by Gwalior Chambal region party workers.
Last year BJP called ruling party inauspicious, Congress has made the same comments on present government
By NITENDRA SHARMA
People in confusion in many poll-bound constituencies
By RAJESH THAKUR
Not even a single exam was conducted during Congress’ 15 month regime
He said there are many challenges before the country and the biggest challenge is to preserve the idea of democracy and Indian constituti...Read More
Illegal mining damaged the ecosystem of the rivers and even the state revenue suffered huge loss.
Congress leaders’ wounds reopen after Gehlot wins trust vote in Rajasthan
Congress MLA Laxman Singh did not agree with the celebrations by state party president Kamal Nath at the PCC office.
Sajjan, NP become important, Govind, Tarun look weak
Ganga Jal to be distributed in 27 constituencies slated for by polls
Welcoming the construction of the temple, Congress leaders participated in prayer meets and lit earthen amps.
Senior leaders’ failure to discuss with the legislators about their problems is the main reason for their bitterness.
If outlook is not changed, many legislators will quit: MLA Laxman Singh