Farm bills row in RS: BJP says Opposition's behaviour 'disgraceful'; RSTV feed cut, claims TMC's Derek O'Brien
While Prime Minister Narendra Modi called the passage of the bills "a watershed moment in the history of Indian agriculture", the Congress and other Opposition parties slammed the bills as "death warrants" of farmers, and called it a "black day for democracy".
Congress urges Centre to scrap Rs 22,000-cr Central Vista project, says funds can be used in fight against COVID-19
Taking a dig at Centre's ambitious Central Vista redevelopment project, the Congress named the plight of migrant workers across India and the lack of PPEs for doctors at the forefront of the COVID-19 battle as some of the costs "India has to bear" for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "dream to live in a new house and address MPs from a new Parliament building"
After meeting Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal appeared to have given 'clean chit' to Centre on Delhi violence: Congress
Congress slammed Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal following his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying he sounded like he was there to give a clean chit to the Centre over the communal riots in the national capital
Congress slams Anantkumar Hegde for calling freedom movement 'drama', says Mahatma Gandhi doesn't need certificate from 'British chamchas'
'Mahatma Gandhi does not need a certificate from cadre of Britishers 'chamchas and spies',' Congress spokesperson Jaiveer Shergill said
Satya Nadella criticises CAA: Meenakshi Lekhi lashes out at Microsoft CEO about 'Syrian Muslims'; Abhishek Singhvi shows support
Speaking against the Citizenship Amendment Act, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella had said that he would be keen to see a Bangladeshi immigrant creating the next unicorn in India or becoming the next Infosys CEO
Supreme Court judge Arun Mishra apologises for threatening contempt proceedings against lawyer in hearing land acquisition case
Supreme Court lawyers requested Justice Arun Mishra on Thursday to be patient in dealing with them after the judge warned a lawyer of contempt while hearing a land acquisition matter two days ago.
Congress defends Rahul Gandhi's foreign trip ahead of Assembly polls, calls for respecting personal liberty
'In India's democratic tradition, there is a difference between personal and public life and personal liberty has always been respected,' the Congress said.
'Blame everyone but BJP's handling of economy': Congress slams Nirmala Sitharaman over remarks on auto industry slowdown
Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi lashed out at Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for attributing the slowdown in the automobile sector to the 'mindset of millennials'.
Arun Jaitley continues to be on life support at AIIMS; LK Advani, Devendra Fadnavis and others visit hospital
As former finance minister Arun Jaitley continued to be on life support at AIIMS, several leaders, including LK Advani, Devendra Fadnavis, Trivendra Singh Rawat and Anandiben Patel, visited the hospital on Monday to enquire about his health.
PM Narendra Modi was initially scheduled for release on 5 April but its release date got postponed to 11 April, which falls in the first phase of polling of Lok Sabha elections
'Sure, Air India will soon become profitable. Jai Hind': Twitterati, politicians et al react to airline's nationalist stance
The current directive of Air India has drawn sharp and humourous reactions from legislators and twitterati alike. One of the sharpest coming from former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti who says it was hardly surprising, considering the general elections taking place in a couple of weeks
Congress questions 'ridiculous' security lapses that led to Pulwama attack, asks Narendra Modi to 'walk the talk'
The Congress on Tuesday attacked the government over the Pulwama terror strike, alleging huge security lapses and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to walk the talk after having avoided directly attacking the government.
Narendra Modi govt eroded federal autonomy, says Congress, terms claim of increased devolution of funds to states 'maha jumla'
The Congress on Wednesday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government of eroding federal autonomy and alleged that its claim of increased devolution of funds to states had turned out to be a 'maha jumla'
National Voters' Day: Narendra Modi asks 'young friends' to register; leaders, state heads echo PM; Congress leaders speak for 'plurality'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with politicians across party lines, former government position holders and journalists, took to social media to encourage more people to take part in India's electoral process on the country's ninth National Voters' Day.
Has the BJP appropriated Netaji and Sardar Patel just as the Congress had appropriated Jawaharlal Nehru?
National icons sustain not just governments but collective belief in governments and on the 122nd anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's birth, the BJP can be credited with pinning its hopes on Bose and Sardar Patel just as the Congress has on Jawaharlal Nehru.
Ayodhya dispute: BJP celebrates SC ruling; Congress accuses saffron party of misusing 'Ram temple' to manipulate 2019 LS polls
The Supreme Court's order has created hope for expeditious hearings once they commence in October — a timetable that happens to align with the BJP's campaign for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. Congress sources denied the idea, suggesting that the battle over ownership was complicated which would take time.
Congress says DNA profiling bill will violate autonomy, privacy of citizens; claims 'big brother syndrome' embedded in govt
The Congress on Sunday accused the government of attempting to carry out "360-degree profiling" of citizens, and claimed that the DNA profiling bill was violative of the privacy and autonomy of people.
INX Media case: Delhi HC extends Chidambaram's interim protection till 1 August; CBI seeks more time to file response on anticipatory bail
The Delhi High Court has extended the interim protection to senior Congress leader P Chidambaram till 1 August
Government aiding and abetting lynchings, mob frenzy and anarchy symbols of Narendra Modi's 'New India': Congress
The Congress on Monday accused the Modi government of "aiding and abetting" incidents of lynching across the country, saying "anarchy, mob frenzy, and jungle raj have become the new symbols of Narendra Modi's New India."
After having accepted the RSS invite, former president Pranab Mukherjee should go and tell the Sangh what is wrong with its ideology, former finance minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram said on Wednesday.