ASS Vs PUD | Match 162 Oct 17, 2019
PUD 116/5 (22.0)
DEL Vs HP | Match 41 Oct 17, 2019
DEL 71/2 (16.0)
MAH Vs VID | Match 67 Oct 17, 2019
VID 67/3 (13.0)
NAG Vs MAN | Match 1 Oct 17, 2019
MAN 43/2 (10.2)
UTT Vs CHA | Match 14 Oct 17, 2019
CHA 28/1 (6.5)
UP Vs HAR | Match 51 Oct 17, 2019
HAR 208/10 (49.1)
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Jul 29, 2019
Congress' Manish Tewari says partymen 'entitled to articulate viewpoint' on possibility of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra leading partyThe Congress said partymen are entitled to articulate their point of view, as it refused to answer whether Priyanka Gandhi Vadra should lead the party.
Jul 28, 2019
Shashi Tharoor says confusion after Rahul Gandhi's resignation ‘hurting’ Congress, calls for polls to key posts to ‘legitimise’ leadershipAsserting that 'lack of clarity' over leadership following Rahul Gandhi's resignation is hurting the Congress, senior leader Shashi Tharoor on Sunday said the way forward for the party could be opening up all key posts, including the CWC membership, to fresh elections which would help legitimise the incoming set of leaders.
May 27, 2019
Rahul Gandhi must go, but what Congress needs is an ideological overhaul; kicking out 'brokers of power' can be a startThree 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
May 26, 2019
Daily Bulletin: Modi, Amit Shah to visit Gujarat today; Rahul Gandhi 'firm' on resigning as Congress chief; day's top storiesToday's top stories: Rahul Gandhi insists on stepping down as Congress chief, Narendra Modi to garland Vallabhbhai Patel's statue in Ahmedabad, and more
May 24, 2019
Congress MLA says Gandhi family alone can keep organisation intact, has been 'binding force' behind Grand Old PartyThe stepping aside of the Gandhi family from the leadership role in the Congress following its debacle in the Lok Sabha elections is not a solution, a senior party leader said on Friday
May 08, 2019
Robert Vadra tells PM to focus on poverty and unemployment, stop invoking his name to distract from 'NDA's failures'In a Facebook post, Robert Vadra, son-in-law of UPA chairman Sonia Gandhi and husband of Priyanka Gandhi, said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been repeatedly invoking his name in political rallies to digress from the "failures" of his own government and its misdeeds
Apr 01, 2019
Abusing Narendra Modi on Balakot air strikes is almost like helping Pakistan, says PM at Main Bhi Chowkidar eventResponding to a question from Mumbai on the Balakot air strikes, Narendra Modi said they were carried out by the country's security forces and not by him. Modi said he took the decision for the Indian Air Force (IAF) to conduct the air strikes as he thought that "the game" should be played from where terrorism is being remote-controlled.
Mar 30, 2019
Congress leader PC Chacko calls Gandhis 'first family of India', provides fresh ammo to BJP's dynasty argumentCongress leader PC Chacko, while referring to the Gandhi family as India's first family, said that the country is obliged to them and that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a negative opinion about them.
Mar 30, 2019
Priyanka Gandhi's Ayodhya visit busts hollow claims, shows she has neither skill nor charisma to salvage CongressPriyanka's campaigning and interaction with party workers give us less imprints of an electoral genius and more an affable personality who is more easy-going at public appearances and before the camera than her brother
Mar 29, 2019
Priyanka Gandhi hints she may contest from Varanasi: Surprise an important weapon in her armouryThe thrust on 'nation winning elections' indicates Priyanka's priorities and tells a story that she is willing to go to any length to prevent BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi returning to power with ease. Modi factor was a reason for Priyanka to over-rule herself on the issue of joining politics.