'Who benefitted from Pulwama?': Rahul Gandhi should introspect on Delhi polls, slinging conspiracies won't revive Congress' fortunes
Rahul Gandhi should be mindful of the fact that even if the national mood changed in favour of Narendra Modi after the Pulwama attack, it was because the prime minister took the bold decisions of conducting surgical strike and airstrike inside Pakistan
Article 370 revoked: Janardan Dwivedi represents Congress of today — a party of turncoats without ideological commitment
Wary of the dangers of continuing in a party headed for annihilation, Congress leaders like Bhubaneshwar Kalita and Janardan Dwivedi are making ideological somersaults on Article 370 with the hope of wrangling a timely deal from the BJP
Congress leaders deliberate party leadership in latest meeting over Karnataka crisis, no names discussed
The issue of leadership in Congress came up briefly at the informal meeting of party leaders held to discuss the political developments in Karnataka but no names were discussed, party sources said.
Suspense prevails over Congress presidency as Rahul Gandhi skips topic on birthday; lack of clarity affecting morale, say party workers
In his first meeting with party workers after Congress' defeat in the Lok Sabha elections on his birthday, Rahul Gandhi left them under a cloud of suspense over the status of his presidency
Rahul Gandhi best person to lead Congress, too premature to write GOP's obituary, says Shashi Tharoor
Rahul Gandhi is the best person to pull the Congress out of its predicament following the setback in the Lok Sabha polls, says party leader Shashi Tharoor while declaring that his party is "alive and kicking" and it is too premature to write its obituary
Congress leaders alleging scams repeatedly have 'chemical locha' in their minds, says Gujarat MLA Alpesh Thakor
Gujarat MLA and OBC leader Alpesh Thakor said had left the Congress before the Lok Sabha elections, claiming that leaders of his party Kshatriya Thakor Sena were facing insults.
Resignations of PCC chiefs won’t help Congress; party must strengthen Seva Dal, show door to dynastic non-performers
Unless Congress party sets accountability for each and every leader, and show the door to non-performers, the same set of senior leaders will be visible in the CWC meetings, brainstorming on their debacle after the Lok Sabha election in 2024
Rahul Gandhi must go, but what Congress needs is an ideological overhaul; kicking out 'brokers of power' can be a start
Three months after Rahul Gandhi became Congress president, he waxed eloquent on what ailed India and the Congress at the 84th plenary in Delhi, but like his father Rajiv, Rahul effected no more than superficial changes, replacing in some cases, old 'self-perpetuating cliques' with new ones
Congress' post-poll indecisiveness shows 'high command' isn't ultimate authority, there's more in-party democracy than assumed
It is believed that Rahul Gandhi wanted the younger faces to lead Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. That he was unable to get this done tells us a lot more about the Congress leadership and its structure and limitations than phrases like "high command".
Raging against the waves remains a futile exercise. Congress's valiant attempt to blame the BJP top leadership for its reversal of fate in Arunachal Pradesh is tinged with no small amount of irony and perhaps even a touch of pathos.
If good looks, a dimpled chin and charisma were enough to lead a political party, Rahul Gandhi should have fared better than he did. Will Priyanka do any better? The world has changed for India's oldest feudal party.
The Congress Core Group, headed by Sonia Gandhi, will meet here to discuss the issue against the backdrop of opposition by some Union Ministers and Tamil parties, sources said.
"The crisis in Andhra Pradesh is a fallout of the crisis within Congress," BJP president Rajnath Singh said,reiterating the party's position in favour of separate Telangana state.