Sonia Gandhi dissolves Punjab Congress committee, Sunil Jakhar to remain unit chief; party forms 11-member coordination panel
The Congres took the decisions a day after Chief Minister Amarinder Singh met Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi and held detailed discussions with her
Ghulam Nabi Azad says Union ministers’ visit to Jammu and Kashmir is ‘third bid to spread lies’ about ground situation after abrogation of Article 370
Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Thursday said that by arranging visits of Union ministers to Jammu and Kashmir, the Centre has made a "third bid to spread lies" about situation there post abrogation of its special status.
Ghulam Nabi Azad a Congress veteran, but party's recent appointments indicate his waning presence, need in J&K unit
Azad had already dissociated himself from these committees, conveying his displeasure over the arrangement and structure of the panels. However, several senior leaders of Jammu and Kashmir Congress passed a resolution demanding that Azad be given the full charge of elections in the state.
Sonia Gandhi leads Opposition MPs protest against Rafale deal on last day of Monsoon Session of Parliament
UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and various MPs of CPI and AAP protested against the Rafale deal on the last day on Parliament's Monsoon Session
Congress' core group meets at Manmohan Singh's Delhi residence to discuss political situation in Jammu and Kashmir
The Congress' core group on Jammu and Kashmir met Monday to discuss the political situation in the state and decided to hold deliberations with local leaders in Kashmir Tuesday.
PNB fraud: Rahul Gandhi says Narendra Modi gives 1.5 hours to 'Pariksha pe Charcha' but has no time to talk on scam
Rahul Gandhi on Saturday launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the PNB scam allegedly involving Nirav Modi, asking him to explain why it happened and what was he doing about it.
Rahul had dissolved the Congress Working Committee (CWC), party's highest decision-making body, and constituted a new 34-member steering committee that will function for the party's upcoming plenary session.
Rahul Gandhi chairs first Congress steering committee meet; plenary session on future strategy to be held from 16 to 18 March
A plenary session of the Congress to discuss and evolve the party's future strategy will be held in Delhi on 16, 17 and 18 March, its chief spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said on Saturday.
Former Prime Minister and senior Congress leader Manmohan Singh is scheduled to arrive on Sunday, heading the party's policy planning group on Jammu and Kashmir,
Manmohan Singh-led Congress group to arrive in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday to review security situation
The group was set by the Congress in April after the situation worsened in the valley due to widespread violence by protesters
Shankersinh Vaghela's exit spells doom for Congress in Gujarat; party may be looking at another poll disaster
Shankersinh Vaghela exit from Congress is another manifestation of Rahul Gandhi's style of functioning where he cares less for leaders of mass connect in the party
Congress general secretary Ambika Soni on Friday dismissed reports of her resignation from the party, saying she had asked the leadership to lighten her duties due to her health.
Ambika Soni, party's general secretary has tendered her resignation as in-charge of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh due to health reasons
Chandigarh: BJP national president Amit Shah said the 'Kashmir problem' emerged because of Congress, expressing confidence that Narendra Modi led NDA government will soon control the present situation in the Valley.
it was truly P Chidambaram who stood out as a separate power centre in his own right with his deft understanding of and manoeuvring around the said inner circle of the Congress.
With Sonia Gandhi indisposed, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Monday presided over the crucial Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting which will take a decision on the party's organisational election.
A controversy has broken out over the last minute cancellation of a planned briefing on surgical strikes at the meeting of the Parliamentary Standing Committee for Defence on Friday with two senior Congress members dubbing it "highly unacceptable" and pitching for bringing back the original agenda.
The former Punjab CM said till today, senior party leaders had reached out to the workers in 71 assembly constituencies and by 8 August, all the 117 constituencies will be covered in the first phase.
P Chidambaram is Congress RS nominee from Maharashtra while senior leaders Kapil Sibal and Jairam Ramesh have been named from UP and Karnataka respectively.
Coming to the defence of the beleaguered Air India, the government rejected the perception about the carrier being "leader in emergency landings", and said it does good work