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Jan 11, 2019
Congress appoints Sheila Dikshit as DPCC chief: Critics say her age will challenge party's relevance in New DelhiCritics have said that Sheila Dikshit's old age will place a challenge to revive the Congress' relevance in Delhi. Sources in the Congress as well as the AAP said chances of an alliance for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections have increased following Dikshit's appointment.
Jan 10, 2019
Sheila Dikshit appointed as Delhi Congress chief; to be assisted by three working presidentsFormer Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit has been appointed the Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) president after Ajay Maken resigned from the post citing ill-health.
Apr 29, 2018
Jan Aakrosh Rally updates: Congress respects differences in opinion unlike BJP, says Rahul GandhiCongress president Rahul Gandhi will address a public rally at the Ramlila Ground in New Delhi on Sunday, the party's Delhi unit chief Ajay Maken said
Mar 30, 2018
CBSE paper leak row: Congress youth leaders, students hold protests, accuse HRD minister of abdicating authorityStudents and Congress youth leaders on Friday held protests in several parts of the national capital against CBSE board papers being leaked.
Oct 07, 2017
Delhi Congress passes resolution seeking Rahul Gandhi as party presidentDPCC on Saturday passed a resolution demanding Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi be made president.
Apr 18, 2017
MCD polls: Arvinder Singh Lovely joins BJP in a major jolt to Congress in DelhiIn a major jolt to Congress' hopes in the MCD polls, former Congress Delhi president and Sikh leader Arvinder Singh Lovely and Congress youth leader Amit Malik joined the rival Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday
Jan 21, 2015
Hell hath no fury...Cong techie shuts down DPCC website after being denied ticketIt is not a good time for the Congress. Not only have they angered voters, but also the person who used to run the Delhi Pradesh Congress website. And NO, you don't scorn the techie who runs your website.