Salman Khurshid says no leadership crisis in Congress, support for Sonia, Rahul is apparent to 'anyone not blind'
Khurshid, whose comments come after Kapil Sibal and others spoke critically of party's show in Bihar polls, added that there are forums within the party to air views and that doing so publicly "hurts it"
Siddique Kappan was going to Hathras under the 'garb of journalism' to disturb law & order, UP govt tells SC
Meanwhile, CJI SA Bobde raised concerns over misreporting in the case and asked the petitioner Kerala Union of Working Journalists' to file a rejoinder to the UP govt's affidavit while postponing the hearing in the case by a week
'Doubting Thomases' suffering periodic pangs of anxiety: Congress' Salman Khurshid on Kapil Sibal's criticism
Khurshid, in a Facebook post, said if the mood of the electorate is resistant to the liberal values the party has espoused and cherished, it should be prepared for a long struggle rather than look for short cuts to get back into power
Kapil Sibal's 'business as usual' remarks for Bihar polls hurt sentiments of Congress workers, says Ashok Gehlot
While several party leaders echoed Sibal's comments in an interview with a newspaper, Gehlot said that there was "no need" for Sibal to speak about internal issues in the media
The court also directed police to submit investigation papers pertaining to the case in a sealed cover by 5 November, which is when it will hear the matter
SC tells Kerala journalist arrested enroute Hathras to move Allahabad HC for bail, adjourns case for four weeks
The apex court was hearing a habeas corpus petition filed by the Kerala Union of Working Journalists (KUWJ) against the arrest of journalist Siddique Kappan.
SC asks Centre, RBI to put Kamath panel suggestions, their decisions on loan moratorium on record within a week
In the hearing conducted over video conference, the apex court took note of grievances that various sectors such as real estate have been left out under the Centre's new proposal
Delhi High Court vacates stay on publication of Gunning for the Godman, book on Asaram Bapu's conviction
The publisher approached the high court challenging the trial court’s 4 September ex-parte interim injunction order restraining the publication of the book. It said the stay should be vacated.
Kapil Sibal condemns attack on Jitin Prasada, says Congress needs to 'target BJP with surgical strikes, not its own'
Prasada, a former Union minister, was among the 23 signatories to a letter that sought an active and full-time Congress president
'Not about post, but country,' says Kapil Sibal after seeking organisational reform in Congress during CWC meet
After the meeting of Congress' top decision-making body, the CWC urged Sonia Gandhi to continue as its interim chief till an AICC session is convened
CWC Meeting meeting Updates: 'Sonia Gandhi has never kept a grudge against anyone and never will. In her concluding remarks, she has said that he has no ill will against those who have written the letter requesting a change in party structure and leadership,' said Randeep Singh Surjewala.
The CWC also authorised the Congress president to bring about necessary organisational changes to tackle the challenges faced by the party.
CWC meeting: Sonia and Rahul should see critical letter as a new beginning for Congress rather than a conspiracy
The Congress has been rocked yet again by a controversy arising from internal differences, this time in the shape of a letter laying out an agenda of organisational reform in the party signed by many senior Congress leaders.
Kapil Sibal rebuts 'BJP collusion' remark attributed to Rahul Gandhi, deletes tweet after 'personal clarification'
The Congress is in the middle of an internal crisis, which was triggered after at least 23 party leaders wrote to Sonia Gandhi demanding a complete overhaul of the organisation
The hearing was adjourned to 4 August after Bhushan and Tejpal's lawyers said they were finding it difficult to present arguments through video conferencing and asked for more time
SC extends interim protection to Arnab Goswami, reserves verdict in plea seeking quashing of FIRs against Republic TV editor-in-chief
The Supreme Court Monday extended the protection to Republic TV Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami against any coercive action and reserved its verdict on his plea seeking quashing of the FIR lodged against him by Mumbai Police for allegedly hurting religious sentiments by making some remarks during his news show
Decide on Omar Abdullah's detention within a week, Supreme Court tells Centre and Jammu and Kashmir administration
Justices Arun Mishra and MR Shah told counsel appearing for the Centre that Abdullah's sister Sara Abdullah Pilot's plea against his detention will be heard on merit if he is not released soon
SC says not discussing women's entry into Sabarimala; top court to frame larger questions on religious discrimination against women by 6 Feb
The Supreme Court said it will frame legal questions to be adjudicated by a nine-judge bench on religious discrimination against women at various religious places, which have arisen out of the Sabarimala case
Delhi Election 2020: Ballimaran and Matia Mahal, Asia's biggest hub for tools and machine parts, remain awash in trash, neglect and crime
Political apathy and neglect over decades rendered this revenue-generating district of GB Road into an undeveloped area.
Dy SP who arrested P Chidambaram in INX media case among 28 CBI officers given President's medals on R-Day eve
Deputy SP Ramaswamy Parthasarathy, who arrested Chidambaram in the INX Media case last year, has been conferred with the President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service, the officials said.