Congress president Sonia Gandhi hit out at her party's estranged ally National Conference (NC) in Kashmir.
Rahul alleged that farmers, who had been deprived of their land in Gujarat, were not being considered as native residents and were being forced to leave the state.
The criticism of the performance of Parliament ignores the stark reality of Indian politics.
the number of Congress-ruled states that the party touts is meaningless and they are unlikely to deliver even half the existing numbers. The best case scenario might be about 50 plus seats.
The old guard believes the Congress must learn from its freedom-fighter founders, the young see a disconnect between Rahul's promises and action. There is trouble brewing.
Congress must accept organisational failure and the defeat of Rahul Gandhi. Only then can it figure the way out of its current mess.
The 'Modi wave' is a symbol of antipathy to the Congress. Modi is just reaping the harvest of discontent sown by the Congress.
The double-standards of these rich countries are not surprising because they have to protect their trade interests. But India's lack of transparency on the issue before its public as well as its lack of resolve to fight the US and EU are indeed surprising
Expressing concern over WTO's permissible food subsidy limit norms, CPI(M) today said India should not give in to the "unjust pressure" of the world body and western powers and continue to press for "fundamental changes" in its rules at the next meet in Bali in December.
In 2004, the BJP lost unexpectedly. In 2009, the Indian electorate played safe after UPA's high growth years. 2014 is NaMo's to lose, but is he peaking too soon?
You, Rahul, are like that mythical hot Delhi chick.
Sticking to city issues, he said Delhi Metro's model is being adopted even by foreign countries such as Indonesia.
The Election Commission has asked the Delhi government to stall the process for identifying beneficiaries under Food Security scheme till December 5 when the poll process in the national capital will be over.
Countries like the US and Canada have raised concerns over India's food security legislation at the World Trade Organisation (WTO). They have also asked India to explain the effect the legislation will have on global stocks and commodity prices.
A top Punjab official today said the Centre should share cost of distribution of foodgrains under the Food Security Scheme.
Jairam Ramesh said the new act applies only to the land acquired by Central and State authorities for any public purpose, while there is no bar whatsoever, on purchase of private land.
UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi will officially launch the Food Security Scheme in Mizoram on 20 September, but it would take some more time for its actual implementation, a state minister said here today.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi said Tuesday his party is working for the welfare of the poor and the youth.
The landmark Food Security Bill, aimed at giving a legal right on highly subsidised foodgrains to 67 percent of the country's population, today received the President's nod.