Going by the counting trends available so far, Narendra Modi is set to return to office in grand style
By the time election results are announced and trends translate into a clear electoral victory for the NDA, epitaphs would already have been written about the Rahul-Priyanka campaign against Modi
Break-in at IAF’s Rafale project management team's office in Paris points to possible espionage attempt, say defence sources
Unidentified persons broke into the Indian Rafale project management team office in France on Sunday night in a possible espionage attempt to steal data related to the aircraft critical to India's national security plans
Rafale deal: Anil Ambani to withdraw Rs 5,000 cr defamation suits filed against Congress, National Herald
The complainants said the defendants made libelous and derogatory statements against the Reliance Group and its chairman Anil Ambani pertaining to the Rafale fighter jet deal and his firms.
Narendra Modi’s 2019 Lok Sabha campaign: The art of management, grit and a lesson from the Bhagvad Gita
When to introduce which electoral measure, when to shore up the rhetoric, when to attack the Gandhi dynasty even if inviting the chagrin of some for attacking the dead, when to announce some candidates for certain seats; the planning of Amit Shah, the BJP president, and Modi was nothing short of immaculate.
Rafale case: SC poses questions on waiver of sovereign guarantee and no tech transfer, reserves verdict on review pleas
The Supreme Court reserved its verdict on pleas, including the one filed by former Union ministers Yashwant Sinha, Arun Shourie and activist lawyer Prashant Bhushan, seeking review of its 14 December, 2018 judgment which gave clean chit to the Centre's Rafale deal to procure jets from the French firm, Dassault.
Rafale case: Plea seeking perjury action against govt servants 'completely misconceived', should be dismissed, Centre tells SC
The Centre on Thursday told the Supreme Court that a plea for perjury action against unknown public servants for allegedly misleading the court during Rafale case hearing was "completely misconceived" as media reports and some "incomplete internal file notings" cannot be the basis for such proceedings.
Congress shifts political battles to judicial turf after Narendra Modi counter to 'Chowkidar Chor Hai' jibe unsettles Rahul Gandhi's outfit
Rahul Gandhi on more than one occasion claimed that Supreme Court in the Rafale judgment had concluded that “Chowkidar Chor Hai” to mean that Supreme Court had found Narendra Modi guilty of corruption.
The interviewers who took Rahul's first full-fledged media interview in the ongoing general election observe that it is this realisation that has transformed Rahul’s personality from an "impetuous, impatient and imprudent scion of the Nehru-Gandhi family into an intense, incisive and intrepid leader of the Grand Old Party".
'Your karma awaits you,' says Rahul Gandhi on Narendra Modi's 'corrupt no. 1' jibe on father Rajiv; Priyanka says 'Amethi will reply'
The Congress, led by Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka, has not taken well to Narendra Modi's comment 'corrupt no. 1' comment on Rajiv Gandhi at ralies in Uttar Pradesh.
Rahul Gandhi's recent interviews underscore his megalomania, show why he remains unfit for public office
What makes things worse in the case of Rahul Gandhi is that his ineptitude is accompanied by a megalomania breathtaking in expanse.
'PMO monitoring Rafale deal doesn't amount to parallel negotiations,' Centre files fresh affidavit in SC, says case will harm national security
The government in its Saturday response held that the apex court's December 2018 judgement was correct and held that unsubstantiated media reports and/or part internal file notings deliberately projected in a selective manner cannot form the basis for review.
Lok Sabha polls: Rahul Gandhi reveals Congress' UP strategy, says will support SP-BSP candidate if it helps defeating Narendra Modi and BJP
Rahul assured that it is the Congress-led UPA which will make the next government and that in all states, a "secular front" will defeat the saffron party. "We are winning this election hands down. It is clear, we are doing better. Our data shows that the BJP is not winning this election," Rahul told NDTV.
Rafale hearing: Supreme Court gives Centre till 4 May to reply to review petitions, defers case to 6 May
The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Centre on the review petitions in the Rafale case and deferred the hearing to 6 May.
Rafale deal: Centre wants SC's Tuesday hearing deferred, says it needs time to file reply on review pleas
The Centre's prayer was made before a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi which did not say anything on the issue of adjournment of the scheduled hearing on Tuesday.
Rafale row: Contempt plea against Rahul Gandhi seems more concerned about 'prejudice' caused to Modi
It appears that the contempt petitioner is more concerned about the prejudice Rahul Gandhi's statement is likely to cause to Narendra Modi in the minds of the people.
Rahul Gandhi has walked into a trap by centering his Lok Sabha campaign on anti-Modi narrative, not real issues
By the time the 2019 Lok Sabha election campaign entered its final lap, most of the real issues — economic reform, farm crisis and unemployment — had clearly taken a backseat
SC issues contempt notice to Rahul Gandhi for 'chowkidar chor hai' remark on Rafale verdict; next hearing on 30 April
Rahul Gandhi had also assured the bench that he will not attribute his political views to the court unless it made any such statement itself.
Rahul Gandhi to face criminal contempt proceedings on Tuesday: SC observations likely to impact remaining phases of LS polls
Facing criminal contempt proceedings in the Supreme Court, Rahul Gandhi expressed "regret" for wrongly attributing his 'chowkidar chor hai' jibe to an order by the apex court
Rahul Gandhi apologises for attributing 'chowkidar chor hai' remarks to Supreme Court, says he made statement in 'heat of the moment'
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi has filed his response to the Supreme Court's notice on his comments on the Rafale deal, saying he had made the 'chowkidar chor hai' remarks 'in the heat of the moment'.