The former PM's centenary celebrations should be an occasion to reflect on Congress' blind supplication to the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty rather than an empty exercise in symbolism
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
P Chidambaram responds to Narendra Modi's dare, lists out names of non-Nehru-Gandhi Congress presidents
In an election rally in Chhattisgarh on Friday, Modi had asked the Congress to make a Congressman, from outside the Nehru-Gandhi family, president of the party for five years.
Omission of RJD leader Tej Pratap Yadav's name from a list of dignitaries who would be attending the party's 22nd foundation day celebrations on Thursday, has added gist to speculations about a rift within party chief Lalu Prasad Yadav's family.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi is incarnation of dynasty politics, says JD(U) legislator Neeraj Kumar
Janata Dal (United), an ally of BJP in Bihar described new Congress president Rahul Gandhi as Vanshvad ka naya avatar (the new incarnation of dynasty politics)
Rahul Gandhi elected unopposed as Congress president in long-awaited move, will take charge on 16 December
Congress elevated Rahul Gandhi as its president, preparing to challenge the dominance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of national polls in 2019.
All 89 nominations filed in Congress presidential election proposed party vice-president Rahul Gandhi as the next party president paving the way for the Gandhi scion's undisputed elevation
Shehzad Poonawalla dubbed the imminent election of Rahul Gandhi as party chief as "Mughal style coronation" and said it is a "black day" in the history of the grand old party
Seal Gujarat's destiny on 9 Dec, urges Narendra Modi in Dharmapur, continues attack on Congress' 'dynastic politics'
Continuing his scathing attacks on the Congress, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that the Congress has an animosity for Gujarat and that Gujaratis must decide the destiny of the state by voting on 9 December
Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: Rahul Gandhi's 'soft Hindutva' holds little appeal for people of Dwarka
The BJP's attack on Rahul Gandhi is a thought-out strategy using which it wants to end the Congress's soft Hindutva strategy.
Declaring that his battle against corruption was "uncompromising", Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said those indulging in graft cannot escape, as the BJP endorsed the government's fight against terror and black money and lauded the handling of the Doka La military standoff with China.
Rahul Gandhi was slammed for defending dynastic politics, but what could it tell us of Indian democracy?
Inquiring into dynastic succession in politics — as with Rahul Gandhi and the Congress — will help us understand more about India’s democracy
Launching a scathing attack on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, Union finance minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday termed the Congress scions latest observation on dynasty politics in India a "national disgrace"
Addressing an audience in Raipur, Shah also said Congress was not rooted in any ideology and was sort of a "special purpose vehicle" to secure freedom
Abhishek Manu Singhvi said linking dynasty politics with Congress has "lost its logic" as the last Gandhi who became Prime Minister was Rajiv Gandhi in 1989
Rahul Gandhi's dynasty politics salvo backfires, K Chandraeskhar Rao's son calls it 'joke of the millenium'
Rahul Gandhi's salvo targeting Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao over dynastic politics has ricocheted back, with TRS leader KT Rama Rao calling it "joke of the millennium"
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has proved his critics wrong many a time. He has defied the dictum that a chief minister must know the spoken language of the state. In fact, it is a great irony that Naveen, who cannot speak Odia, is the chief minister of India’s first linguistic state.
Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office Jitendra Singh on Saturday said the BJP's cruising to victory in Uttar Pradesh was an indication that voters in the state have risen above caste for the first time.
Take away Mulayam Yadav or a Lalu Yadav or an Abdullah, their respective parties will crumble in all probability.
Try as he or his party might, that impression was further reinforced, not dispelled, by Rahul's latest shenanigans in court on the issue of whether RSS is indeed responsible for killing Mahatma Gandhi.