'Without the Gandhi family, Congress can't be united' says Karnataka minister DK Shivakumar over Rahul's resignation as party chief
After Rahul Gandhi resigned from the post of Congress president, Karnataka Minister DK Shivakumar has said that if the party is united then even the country will be united
'Deepest respect for your decision': Priyanka Gandhi lauds Rahul for resigining as Congress chief, says 'few have the courage'
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Thursday tweeted in support of her brother Rahul's decision to step down as the party's president, which he formalised through a statement on Wednesday.
Who will take blame for Congress loss if not the party chief? Rahul Gandhi's resignation is classic example of fake humility
Rahul Gandhi's 'resignation letter' had me in splits. Don't get me wrong, I am not being frivolous. I am sure having decided to step down as Congress president, Rahul must have written it in all seriousness (assuming he wrote it himself). The gravitas and pathos must be genuine and the comedy purely unintentional.
Rahul Gandhi resigns LIVE updates: Amarinder Singh says Congress will get through 'difficult time' with help of Rahul's vision
Rahul Gandhi resigns LIVE updates: Expressing disappointment over Rahul Gandhi’s resignation as Congress president, Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh said Rahul should have continued to lead the party with the same dynamism and fighting spirit with which he had steered the election campaign.
From 'right decision' to 'drama of Grand Old Party': How prominent politicians reacted to Rahul Gandhi's resignation
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday resigned as party president, tweeting out his resignation letter.
Rahul Gandhi's resignation as Congress chief raises more questions than answers for party, results in power vacuum
Rahul Gandhi has finally made official what has been reported (based on sources) for around a month
Rahul Gandhi resigns as Congress chief: Motilal Vora, Sushil Kumar Shinde, Mallikarjun Kharge among frontrunners for post
With Rahul Gandhi taking to Twitter to officially step down as the Congress president, all eyes are now on the few names appearing as front-runners to take his place.
Rahul Gandhi resigns: Congress must go democratic way to pick new chief, handpicked president will be disastrous
Rahul Gandhi's resigns: If the Congress elects a new president through a process that is credible, or seen to be credible, he or she might just have enough firepower to oversee an overhaul of the party
Full text: Rahul Gandhi announces resignation as Congress chief, says party 'must radically transform itself'
'As President of the Congress Party, I am responsible for the loss of the 2019 election,' Rahul Gandhi said in his resignation letter.
Rahul Gandhi officially resigns as Congress president, says 'accountability is critical' for growth of party
Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday officially resigned as the Congress president and tweeted out his resignation letter.
Congress CMs' meet ends: Rahul Gandhi adamant on quitting, claim sources; hope he will stay, says Ashok Gehlot
Chief ministers of Congress-ruled states Monday urged Rahul Gandhi to continue as Congress president and expressed hope he will positively consider their request and take the right decision
Rahul Gandhi reiterates stand on stepping down as Congress chief despite party members urging him to rescind resignation
Earlier this week, sources had said that as many as 4,000 to 5,000 workers will appeal to Rahul, who had, on 25 May, offered to resign from the post of party president following Congress' poor performance in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
A Mumbai based lawyer Atal Bihari Dubey filed a complaint against Congress President Rahul Gandhi for his tweet on the International Yoga Day on 21 June where Rahul has apparently mocked Army's Dog Squad performing Yoga. The complainant seeks an FIR against Rahul Gandhi under section 505 of IPC. Home Minister Amit Shah quoted the tweet and accused Congress of being negative.
Who's in charge of Congress? For the first time, questions on whether Gandhis will continue to lead party arise
The solution to save the Congress lies in de-commercialising the party and making it a true political entity. The mammothness of such a task is possibly beyond the skills of Rahul and Priyanka.
Navjot Singh Sidhu meets Rahul Gandhi amid tiff with Amarinder to apprise him of 'situation', hands Congress president a 'letter'
Punjab Cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu, who is currently engaged in a bitter battle with Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, met Congress president Rahul Gandhi and general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra in Delhi on Monday.
MHA refuses to share details on notice to Rahul Gandhi regarding Subramanian Swamy's complaint questioning his citizenship
In April, the Home Ministry served a notice to Gandhi, asking him to clarify within a fortnight his "factual position" on a complaint by BJP's Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy questioning his citizenship status.
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
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
A crucial meeting of the Congress Working Committee (CWC) on Saturday unanimously rejected Rahul Gandhi's offer to resign.
Reliance Group rebuts Rahul Gandhi's charge of Anil Ambani being crony capitalist; seeks proof to justify claims
Reliance Group said Rahul Gandhi, in a "cavalier fashion, has continued his campaign of calumny, disinformation, distortion and malicious lies".