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Mar 25, 2017
What ailes the Grand Old Party: Congress' problems begin and end at the topThe Congress has reasons to be concerned that it is no longer recognised as an attractive home or destination. In recent weeks, only Navjot Singh Sidhu has joined it, but not before he first tried his luck with the Aam Admi Party after quitting the BJP.
Jan 18, 2017
BJP giving tickets to turncoats like of ND Tiwari shows how important candidate profiles areWhen 91-year old Narayan Dutt Tiwari walked into Amit Shah's residence on Akbar Road in New Delhi on Wednesday morning to switch over his loyalties from Congress to BJP, he created a picture-perfect situation, albeit of a different kind, for his new political destination — barring serving Chief Minister Harish Rawat, all former chief ministers of the state are now in challenger BJP ranks.
Oct 20, 2016
Rita Bahuguna Joshi isn't a big loss for Congress but will BJP gain much from her?As a psychological blow, it might hurt Congress a bit but it may also allow space for it to groom new leaders with more energy. It won’t miss Rita Bahuguna Joshi much.
Nov 17, 2013
Amit Shah snooping allegation: Cong attacks Modi, seeks SC probeArray
Mar 05, 2012
Beni sticks to his stand of Cong's post-poll tie-up with BSPUnion Minister Beni Prasad Verma, who created a flutter by advocating Congress' post-poll alliance with BSP in Uttar Pradesh, today stuck to his stand saying there should be no truck with "a party of goondas".
Mar 05, 2012
Beni's remarks personal, Mayawati's legacy is bad governance: CongThe Congress has downplayed remarks made by the Union minister for steel, Beni Prasad Verma, on the BSP being a better option for an alliance partner than the Samajwadi Party.
Feb 01, 2012
Flop show at Sonia Gandhi's Gonda rallyAngry over Beni Prasad Verma long absence from the Gonda constituency,people raised slogans against him as soon as he got up to address an election meeting in the presence of Sonia Gandhi.