Lok Sabha Election 2019: Rahul Gandhi, Karti Chidambaram, Digvijaya Singh, Shashi Tharoor among key Congress candidates
Congress veteran Sonia Gandhi has returned from her rumoured retirement to fight the election from the Gandhi family's traditional constituency of Rae Bareli.
Congress says TDP did nothing to protect interests of Andhra Pradesh, decision to pull out of NDA 'too little, too late'
The Congress on Wednesday said that the TDP's decision to pull out of the NDA government at the Centre was "too little, too late"
India today became a permanent member of the Washington Accord, which would enable global recognition of Indian degrees and increase the mobility of engineers to the USA and other countries for jobs.
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Monday assured central ministers and party MPs from Seemandhra that justice would be done to their region while carving out a separate Telangana state.
In Hyderabad, sources closes to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy said he will submit his resignation once the debate begins in Lok Sabha on Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Bill 2013.
Union Human Resource Development Minister MM Pallam Raju Wednesday said a safe and secure atmosphere on campuses can be ensured only if there is a change in people's mindsets.
The President also expressed concern over large vacancies in Central varsities.
Union Minister and Congress leader MM Pallam Raju on Monday came out in support of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy, whose act of moving a resolution in the Assembly seeking to return the Telangana Bill to the Centre has triggered a controversy.
Union HRD Minister MM Pallam Raju Monday said 50 crore youth will be trained and provided employment opportunities in different sectors by the end of 2025.
Thus far, none of the Indian institutes feature among the top 100 in the world ranking.
Raju, a strong votary of united Andhra Pradesh who had submitted his resigation to the Prime Minister over the issue and protested the CWC decision to create Telangana, said Singh on two different occasions told him that HRD is an important ministry and its working should not suffer and urged him that he must continue his duties.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Saturday said he was not convinced about the bifurcation of the state and claimed that he has not changed his position on it.
Union Minister M M Pallam Raju today faced the ire of Seemandhra agitators on his visit to his Lok Sabha constituency here.
The meeting is expected to deliberate on a crucial report on national mission on teachers and teaching and an update on the mid-day meal programme.
HRD Minister MM Pallam Raju, Tourism Minister K Chiranjeevi, Minister of State for Commerce D Purandeswari and Minister of State for Railways Surya Prakash Reddy, all Congress leaders, met Singh together to press for acceptance of their resignations. They decided not to attend office.
Raju said that he had offered to resign last evening but had been advised by the Prime Minister to not act in haste.
Sacked UGC member Yogendra Yadav today said he would not challenge his removal from his post because the kind of "moral and political support" he was getting mattered much more to him than any legal order.
The Congress party is least disturbed by Union Minster Jaipal Reddy as he maintains a neutral stand on the Telangana issue.
Union Ministers M M Pallam Raju, K S Rao, Chiranjeevi and D Purandeshwari (all hailing from coastal Andhra) and MPs Bapiraju and Anantarami Reddy met Singh in a delegation and favoured maintaining a united Andhra Pradesh.
To expect a realistic budget based on actual costs to provide a really nutritious meal, with staff to prepare and deliver, is not asking for the moon.