Congress, BJP manifestos strengthen mai-baap sarkar syndrome, but paternalistic State is biggest hurdle to growth
Congress Will Deliver is replete with promises, which is natural for a party which wants to come to power. Sankalpit Bharat, Sashakt Bharat has more chest thumping about achievements, which, too, is natural for an incumbent party that wants another term
‘Congress manifesto dangerous and unimplementable’: How BJP’s big guns have made moves to recapture narrative
The reason why BJP succeeded in hijacking the Congress narrative was because it launched a fierce attack from different parts of the country through the powerful oratory of Narendra Modi and other senior leaders
Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad today: Farmers, Adivasis offer Congress chief chance to show he can fulfil poll promises
Wayanad farmers bear the brunt of the free-trade treaties that the successive Union governments have signed with various countries and regional partners. It has opened the door for cheap farm produces, especially spices, from these countries resulting in a price crash.
Lok Sabha Election 2019: Congress manifesto promises on net neutrality, right to privacy, regulations on fake news are iterative at best
In essence, the promises by Congress party in its manifesto with relations to digital rights of citizen appear to be hollow. Regulating internet shutdowns looks like the only strong point among the eight enlisted
Legal reforms in Congress manifesto for Lok Sabha election 2019: A mix of necessary, needless and niggardly promises
Congress Manifesto of 2019 ahead of Lok Sabha election has proposed an interesting set of ideas for legal, judicial and institutional reforms. Are campaign manifestos just a laundry list of changes made to please many without angering more, or are they offering a vision of hope to these with a bleak present?
The Congress manifesto, titled Hum Nibhayenge, also mentioned national security, Jammu and Kashmir, foreign policy, defence, state of the rural economy, the current tax regime and environmental challenges.
At the launch of the Congress manifesto, one thing that stood out was the confidence with which Rahul Gandhi took charge
Lok Sabha Election 2019 Updates: Modi, Mamata in Bengal tomorrow; Amit Shah eyes over 30 seats for NDA in TN
Lok Sabha Election 2019 LIVE Updates: The battle of Bengal is all set to heat up with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Trinamool Congress president Mamata Banerjee kickstarting their campaign on Wednesday in the state that sends third largest number of Lok Sabha members to Parliament.
Congress Manifesto 2019: Party covers bases in J&K, but misses trick by overlooking plight of Kashmiri Pandits
All eyes would now be peeled for the BJP manifesto, which will probably be released early next week
Congress election manifesto: Several poll promises will meet implementation hurdles; strict follow-up action key to success of schemes
The manifesto also talks about more public sector bank mergers which will depend a lot on how the Bank of Baroda-Dena-Vijaya Bank alliance works out as there will be several lessons to be learnt.
Highlights of Congress manifesto for LS polls released by Rahul Gandhi: Unemployment, farmers, women's security focus of poll document
The manifesto launch was heavily attended by Congress brass, including former UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, former prime minister Manmohan Singh, P Chidambaram, Rajeev Gowda, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Sam Pitroda, Sheila Dikshit, Meira Kumar, and others.