Amit Shah slams Congress on 45th anniversary of Emergency, says 'interests of one family prevailed over party and nation'
Union Home Minister Amit Shah came down heavily on the Congress on Thursday, saying the interests of one family prevailed over the party and national interests, and questioned why the ''Emergency mindset'' still remained in the Opposition party.
Maharashtra political crisis: Congress' opportunistic alliance with Shiv Sena betrays its Nehruvian legacy of multiculturalism; mimicking BJP not answer
The most tragic part of the Maharashtra situation is that the Congress seems to be treading a kind of Blairite path in transforming itself so fundamentally that it has begun to look not too different from precisely those whose ideological positions it has excoriated as being against the political ethos of India
'Congress increasing BJP's membership': Pinarayi Vijayan slams Grand Old Party MLAs over quitting spree
The chief minister said the CPM had for long been saying that those in the Congress cannot be trusted and none were sure when they would leave their party.
AP Abdullakutty to join BJP: Saffron party seeks to draw Kerala's Muslims close, but experts doubt his clout within community
AP Abdullakutty was admitted into the Congress fold in 2009 after the CPM expelled him for praising the Gujarat Model of development under then chief minister Narendra Modi
Kamal Nath's present tense, future uncertain as BSP threatens to pull out of state govt, BJP eyes return at Centre
The corridors of power are abuzz with speculation about the fate of the state government if the BJP storms back to power at the Centre. “
How coastal Karnataka was saffronised; part 16: Sangh appropriates local cultural symbols as Congress' brand of 'Hinduness' falls flat
The programmes of the Sangh relied heavily on evoking a homogenising religious pride while appropriating local cultural symbols.
Of late, it seems like Congress president Rahul Gandhi has been making determined efforts to hone his skills in gaslighting India.
There cannot be an alliance of opposition parties without the Congress, which would be the fulcrum of any such front to take on the BJP in the 2019 general election, senior party leader Prithviraj Chavan has said.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi has formed a steering committee that will function instead of the Congress Working Committee for the forthcoming plenary session, the party announced
Celebrations erupted after Rahul Gandhi took over from mother Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi on Saturday as the new Congress president.
Today, party leaders look back at Sonia Gandhi's presidency with pride, hailing unity and strength as the hallmarks of her record-breaking 19-year tenure
Amid Gujarat election frenzy, Rahul Gandhi most likely to take over Congress' reins as chief on 16 December
Rahul Gandhi is likely to assume the reins of the Congress on 16 December, marking a generational shift in the grand old party when his mother and its longest-serving president would formally hand over the baton to him
Republicans have crossed the line with Roy Moore’s candidacy for Senate: Voters should show party the door
On Tuesday, Roy Moore, who is running for the US Senate seat in Alabama, will likely win. Moore, for those not in the know, has been accused of sexual harassment by around a dozen women. More disturbingly, most of these women claim—rather credibly to most ears—that Moore approached/propositioned them when they were teenagers.
Congress leader Manish Tewari alleged that it was "unprecedented" for a prime minister to do so much canvassing for an assembly poll
CWC's 'poll process' to elevate Rahul a sham, betrays Congress' desperation to justify feudal mindset
The timeline for internal polls to announce Rahul Gandhi's elevation shows how the Congress has become vulnerable to charges of extending dynastic hegemony.
In a candid chat Satyavrat Chaturvedi spoke of what ails the present day Congress, and the way he perceives the leadership of Sonia and Rahul Gandhi.
Nothing succeeds like failure in the Congress party. Rahul Gandhi may finally become what he destined to be, the Congress party president.
In fact it would be instructive for the Congress leadership to realise that much of the BJP’s organisational growth is sustained by ceding of middle-ground by the Grand Old Party of the country. Its course correction is a welcome step as further disarray would ruin the party beyond repair
Actually the best thing that could have happened to the Congress today was for Rahul Gandhi to have not just gotten a scare in Amethi but to have lost that seat.