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In a letter to all recognised national and state parties, the Election Commission (EC) had said empty poll promises have far-reaching ramifications, adding it cannot overlook the undesirable impact inadequate disclosures on election promises have on financial sustainability
The G-23, the members of which were ridiculed by the party loyalists after their letter became public on August 24, 2020, has virtually disintegrated over time with the resignations of Azad and Kapil Sibal, seen as the prime movers of the initiative.
The many body blows to the Congress: Ghulam Nabi Azad and other prominent leaders who quit the party this year
The year 2022 has been especially hard for the Congress. Multiple leaders have quit, signalling all is not well within the party. This comes as a huge blow to Congress while it prepares for the upcoming Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly polls as well as the general elections in two years' time
Non-cooperation often evidence of guilt: Kapil Sibal on Supreme Court's 'Centre did not cooperate' remark on Pegasus
Supreme Court on Thursday said the technical panel appointed by it to probe the unauthorised use of Pegasus has found some malware in five of the 29 mobile phones examined, but could not conclude whether it was due to the Israeli spyware
'I do not entertain seniors': CJI NV Ramana tells senior lawyers to ask advocate-on-record to mention cases
"It is better to not allow seniors to mention. I want to end this senior business. Sorry, Mr Singhvi, I do not entertain seniors... Mr Sibal, it applies to you also. Please ask your AOR to mention," the CJI said.
'Contemptuous': All India Bar Association hits back at Kapil Sibal's 'lost hope in judiciary' remarks
Rajya Sabha MP and senior advocate Kapil Sibal has expressed his displeasure over some of the recent judgements passed by the Supreme Court saying he has 'no hope left' in the institution
He criticized a number of recent Supreme Court judgements and stated that even if a landmark judgement is passed by the apex court, it hardly ever changes the ground reality
While senior advocate Harish Salve is representing the rebel camp, Abhishek Manu Singhvi and Kapil Sibal have taken up the baton for Uddhav Thackeray's Shiv Sena
Six of these Rajya Sabha MPs have been elected from Uttar Pradesh, four each from Maharashtra and Bihar, three Tamil Nadu, two Telangana and one each from Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Haryana
A vacation bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Bela M Trivedi said that prima facie the Allahabad High Court's bail condition imposed on Azam Khan is disproportionate and sounds like a decree of a civil court
There is scepticism around his move. Yet, like our teen chess prodigy Praggnanandha who has beaten the world chess champion Magnus Carlsen twice, Sibal would be dreaming of doing the same politically. It is the larger political role which drives him now more than winning more cases in the court
Sibal revealed today that he has quit the Congress party, dropping a bombshell moments after filing his nomination papers for Rajya Sabha as an independent candidate supported by the Samajwadi Party
People come and go from our party, Congress will be completely rebuilt: KC Venugopal on Kapil Sibal's exit
Congress general secretary KC Venugopal said that Kapil Sibal had already written a letter to the party president in which he stated that he firmly believed in the values of Congress
I have quit Congress, says Kapil Sibal; files nomination for Rajya Sabha polls with Samajwadi Party's support
Kapil Sibal said that he now wants to be an independent voice in Rajya Sabha. He has filed his nomination for the elections in presence of Akhilesh Yadav
The meet comes a day after members of the dissenting group held two meetings in 24 hours over measures to revamp the party
The Congress G-23 leaders, who had in the past called for sweeping reforms in the party, earlier held a meeting on Wednesday in the wake of the party's debacle in the Assembly polls to five states
It’s hard to miss how quickly the Gandhis blinked. As champion of the world Mike Tyson said, 'Everybody has a plan till they get punched in the mouth.' Undoubtedly, the Gandhis have been sucker-punched
The collective had emerged in 2020 following the Congress’ losing streak in the 2019 general elections and other Assembly polls, demanding an organisational revamp and true introspection of their losses
Infighting in the Congress continues. After the party’s loss in the five state Assembly elections, senior leader Kapil Sibal said that the Gandhis should step aside. This has angered those loyal to the family.
In an interview, Sibal said 'the Gandhis should step aside and give some other leader a chance to lead the party'