Congress generational divide out in open: Young turks blame UPA-II for party's debacle, seniors defend Manmohan, Sonia
This comes in the backdrop of a heated debate that reportedly ensued at a closed-door meeting of Congress Rajya Sabha MPs
As Congress stares at possible defeat in Maharashtra, experts blame high command's 'insipid' campaigning, lack of will to even fight
In an election dominated by muscular nationalism, the central leadership of the Congress failed to even show up, let alone canvassing hard to turn the narrative back to local issues.
Congress panel to probe Digvijaya Singh-Umang Singhar tiff, Kamal Nath meets Sonia Gandhi over infighting in state unit
Congress president Sonia Gandhi has referred the issue of public spat involving veteran leader Digvijaya Singh and a Madhya Pradesh minister to the party's central disciplinary committee, a senior leader said on Sunday.
The All India Congress Committee has decided to dissolve the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC). State party president Dinesh Gundu Rao and working chief Eshwara Khandre will continue to hold their posts.
Rajasthan Congress in disarray; all guns trained on Ashok Gehlot for focussing on son's campaign, neglecting other seats
Rajasthan Congress, which faced an embarrassing defeat in the state in the Lok Sabha elections only months after winning the mandate in the Assembly polls, appears to be lacking leadership, with all guns trained on Ashok Gehlot.
'No coordination among leaders, party critical in Maharashtra': Pune Congress leader Ulhas Pawar writes to Rahul Gandhi
Senior Congress leader from Pune, Ulhas Pawar, has written a letter to party chief Rahul Gandhi saying the condition of the party's Pune and Maharashtra units has become critical and there was no coordination among the leaders.
Mumbai Congress can't become cricket pitch for sectarian politics, disappointed with party, says Milind Deora
Senior Congress leader and former Lok Sabha MP Milind Deora Tuesday said he was "disappointed" with what was happening in the party's Mumbai unit and that he would reconsider fighting the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls.
To resolve Karnataka crisis, Congress must first rein in Siddaramaiah, but his clout in state may overpower Rahul Gandhi's own
The 'nataka' in Karnataka continues with Congress MLAs coming to blows at the Eagleton resort in the outskirts of Bengaluru, where party legislators have been put up to stave off the BJP's alleged poaching attempts.
Not BJP attacks, but Congress infighting could topple coalition in Karnataka; alliance leaders in denial over rift
"The BJP was not the original instigator of the crisis," a minister said. "It only saw an opportunity (caused by the Congress) and responded to the situation" — this statement by a Karnataka minister sums up the political crisis in the state.
Veteran Congress leader calls Karnataka home minister a 'monkey' as duo exchange barbs over funding of Lingayat movement
As the Congress deals with issues concerning its alliance with the Janata Dal (Secular) in Karnataka, the infighting in the grand old party came to the fore on Sunday after veteran leader Shamanur Shivashankarappa reportedly called Home Minister MB Patil a "monkey".