Ghulam Nabi Azad meets Farooq Abdullah after NC chief's release from detention, seeks statehood, release of other detained leaders
Azad said he met Abdullah on behalf of his party as well as all those MPs and parties who have been raising their voice inside Parliament and outside for the release of Jammu and Kashmir leaders.
Delhi violence: Sonia Gandhi-led Congress delegation urges Ram Nath Kovind to call for Amit Shah's resignation over 'abdication of duty'
A Congress delegation, including party chief Sonia Gandhi urged Ram Nath Kovind to call for Amit Shah's resignation over his alleged 'abdication of duty' during the communal violence in Delhi.
Delhi High Court directs CBSE to provide long-term plan on conducting board exams in violence-hit areas
Delhi High Court said class 10 and 12 students, who have board examination centres in violence-hit northeast Delhi, need to be informed in one go about the schedule for the next 10 to 15 days and not on a piecemeal basis.
Congress Working Committee holds meeting to discuss Delhi violence; party leaders to march to Rashtrapati Bhavan to seek normalcy in National Capital
Amid continued communal violence in parts of northeast Delhi that has claimed 17 lives, the Congress top leadership started deliberations on the issue at a meeting of its working committee on Wednesday
While the Congress claims there is a precedence of inviting the Opposition party chief to such occasions, it is difficult to find one.
Parliament Updates: Congress MP questions Farooq Abdullah's absence from Lok Sabha since 6 months; Opposition chants 'save democracy'
Parliament Updates: Congress MP in Lok Sabha Suresh Kodukunnil pointed out that former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah has not attended House proceedings since six months. He said that it is the government and House's responsibility to ensure his welfare and also that he exercises his right as an elected representative
Budget Session of Parliament: No decision on NRC yet, Centre tells LS; Opposition slams govt over unemployment, economy during Motion of Thanks agenda
In the Parliament on Tuesday, the Centre on Tuesday in the Lok Sabha said that the government hasn’t taken any decision on implementing a nationwide NRC.
Congress leaders attend Budget Session of Parliament wearing black armbands to express solidarity with anti-CAA, NRC protesters
Top Congress leaders led by Sonia Gandhi on Friday staged a protest near Mahatma Gandhi's statue in Parliament complex to save the Constitution and express solidarity with those protesting against the Citizenship Act, NRC and NPR
Ghulam Nabi Azad says Union ministers’ visit to Jammu and Kashmir is ‘third bid to spread lies’ about ground situation after abrogation of Article 370
Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Thursday said that by arranging visits of Union ministers to Jammu and Kashmir, the Centre has made a "third bid to spread lies" about situation there post abrogation of its special status.
Supreme Court tells Jammu and Kashmir govt to review internet ban within a week; full text of judgment
In a significant ruling, the Supreme Court on Friday said that access to Internet is a fundamental right under Article 19 of the Constitution and asked the Jammu and Kashmir administration to review within a week all orders imposing curbs in the Union Territory
SC verdict on Kashmir updates: Verdict reminder to 'tyrant duo', says Congress; Ghulam Nabi Azad hails 'historic judgment', says court did not come 'under any pressure'
SC Verdict on Kashmir LIVE Updates: Taking to Twitter, the Congres party said: 'The Supreme Court rules that tactics like indefinite internet shutdowns and indiscriminate use of Section 144 to silence dissent are unacceptable in a democracy. We hope this serves as a reminder to the tyrant duo that law and constitution is above their divisive policies'.
'Internet shutdowns can't be ordered to suppress speech': SC directs Jammu and Kashmir govt to review restrictive orders within seven days
The verdict came on a batch of pleas which challenged curbs imposed in Jammu and Kashmir after the Centre's abrogation of provisions of Article 370 on 5 August, 2019.
CAA protests: Opposition delegation meets President Ram Nath Kovind, seeks intervention in violence across universities
Leaders of Opposition parties on Tuesday knocked on the doors of President Ram Nath Kovind urging him to intervene on the issue of violence in central universities and advise the Modi government to withdraw the citizenship amendment law.
Electoral bonds a 'political bribery scheme', govt must disclose all details before Parliament, says Congress
The Congress demanded on Wednesday that the government must disclose all details about electoral bonds before Parliament, alleging that the scheme resulted in money laundering and destroyed transparency in the funding of political parties
War of words over Kashmir situation in Rajya Sabha: Amit Shah claims 'total normalcy' in Valley, Congress says HM referring to 'some other state'
Responding to a series of questions on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir during Question Hour, Amit Shah said government offices, educational institutes, courts, health centres, banks and media outlets are functioning fully
At all-party meet, Narendra Modi says govt ready to discuss all issues in Parliament's Winter Session; Opposition raises Farooq Abdullah's detention
Ahead of Parliament's Winter Session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday assured at the all-party meeting that the government is ready to discuss all issues
Senior leaders from Congress, RLSP, CPM, TMC, DMK meet to discuss slowing economy and implications of RCEP negotiations
Senior Opposition leaders met on Monday to discuss the slide in the economy as well as the ongoing Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) negotiations in Bangkok and the agreement's implications for India.
Sonia Gandhi appoints ex-Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda as leader of Congress Legislature Party in state
Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday appointed former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda leader of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) in the state
Congress slams Centre for allowing EU lawmakers to visit Jammu and Kashmir but preventing MPs from travelling to state
The Congress questioned the government on Monday for allowing European Parliament members to visit Jammu and Kashmir but preventing Indian leaders from doing so.
17-member Congress panel led by Sonia Gandhi to meet on 25 Oct, discuss post-poll scenario, NRC and economic slowdown
Besides discussing the poll results outcome, the Congress panel will discuss key issues to be taken up in the Winter Session of Parliament starting 18 November and other political issues to take on the Modi government