Sonia Gandhi, in Dussehra message, says public welfare is 'paramount' in governance, no place for arrogance
Several Congress leaders including Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, KC Venugopal, and Randeep Surjewala extended greetings to people on Dussehra
Amarinder Singh says Punjab govt took prompt action in Hoshiarpur rape case, accused arrested 'without delay'
Punjab chief minister claimed that the Adityanath govt had delayed action in the Hathras rape case, which is "why Rahul Gandhi had to rush to Hathras, to secure justice for the victim's family"
Rape of minor in Punjab triggers political slugfest; Congress, BJP accuse each other of selective outrage
The BJP attacked Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra of being selective in cases of atrocities against women and questioned their 'silence' over the alleged rape and killing of a six-year-old girl in Punjab
BJP MLA Lokendra Pratap Singh rejected allegations that his party’s Yuva Morcha worker Shibbu Singh was detained for harassment, as claimed in some media reports.
The Congress leaders made the comments in reference to reports of a BJP MLA and his son allegedly taking away a man accused of harassing a woman from police custody on Saturday
Hathras gangrape case: Mayawati raises concerns over district magistrate 'threatening' victim's family
'The government has agreed for a CBI probe but with the DM staying there (Hathras), how can the matter be impartially probed?' Mayawati said
Hathras victim's family wants judicial probe, suspension of district magistrate, says Priyanka Gandhi Vadra
The Congress leader also alleged that the 'morally corrupt' Uttar Pradesh government was threatening the family and asserted that such behaviour was 'not acceptable'
Hathras gangrape: Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi to meet victim's family two days after being detained by UP Police
The two Congress leaders were briefly detained on Thursday on the grounds that there was a ban on public assembly in the area in Hathras
'Ruining' of economy began with demonetisation, says Rahul Gandhi as India's GDP slumps to 23.9% in Q1
The GDP contraction is the sharpest contraction since quarterly figures started being published in 1996 and worse than what was expected by most analysts
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
'Sweeping changes' in Congress will be incomplete if party continues to piggyback on Nehru-Gandhi family
The last time voices of dissent emerged in Congress, three of its leaders broke away to form the Nationalist Congress Party
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.
Congress downplays Priyanka Gandhi's remark supporting 'non-Gandhi' president, says it was made in different context
Though the book was released recently, Priyanka's interview was conducted after Rahul Gandhi stepped down as president, taking responsibility for the 2019 Lok Sabha poll drubbing, the party said
Priyanka, who was asked to vacate the Lodhi Road bungalow earlier in July, had invited the BJP MP, the next occupant, to tea on Sunday
Priyanka Gandhi invites BJP’s Anil Baluni for tea ahead of vacating Lutyens’ bungalow, claims source
The Congress leader has been given a 1 August deadline to vacate the bungalow after her security cover was downgraded last year
Priyanka Gandhi says she will leave Lutyens' bungalow within deadline, rebuffs Hardeep Singh Puri's claim
The Centre had issued an eviction notice to Vadra on 1 July, asking her to leave the bungalow where she had been staying since 1997.
Centre allots Lutyens' bungalow occupied by Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to BJP national media head Anil Baluni
The ministry had on 1 July cancelled the allotment of the bungalow to Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, saying that she was not entitled to the facility following the withdrawal of her SPG security cover.
UP Congress sources say that the shifting of base was eventually going to happen even if she had not been asked to vacate the Delhi bungalow.