Sonia Gandhi slams Centre for 'insensitivity' over farmers' protests, 'back-breaking' hike in fuel prices
Congress leader Randeep Surjewala also demanded that the Centre rolls back the fuel price hike and help the "common people" by reducing the taxes on fuel
Farmers' Protest: Sonia Gandhi calls Narendra Modi govt 'arrogant', demands unconditional repeal of farm laws
The Congress president said more than 50 protesting farmers have lost their lives thus far due to the government's 'apathy and neglect'
Shiv Sena says all anti-BJP parties should unite under UPA banner, says Congress is 'lacking' as Opposition party
The Maharashtra Congress, which is part of the Sena-led ruling alliance in the state, however, said the Uddhav Thackeray-led party is not part of the UPA and should not comment on it
The meeting was significant as it was the first effort by the Congress leadership for a rapprochement with the 23 leaders who had written to Sonia in August, raising questions over the leadership
Sonia Gandhi appoints 3 AICC secretaries for Assam, Kerala in preparation of Assembly polls next year
A Congress statement said MLAs Anirudh Singh, Vikas Upadhyay, Prithviraj Prabhakar Sathe have been appointed AICC secretaries for Assam, while ex-MP P Viswanathan, ex-MLC Ivan D'Souza, PV Mohan have been appointed for Kerala
Congress downplays strife, asserts Rahul Gandhi best suited to lead party ahead of Sonia's meet with rebels
The assertion comes ahead of Saturday's meeting between Sonia Gandhi and many of the 23 leaders who wrote to her in August demanding an active leadership and maintained that Gandhis will always be a 'guiding force'
Twenty-three senior leaders, including Ghulam Nabi Azad and Anand Sharma, had written to Sonia in August demanding a change in the leadership and an overhaul of the party's organisational structure
Pranab Mukherjee's son tells publisher to stop memoir; don't create hurdles, responds daughter on Twitter
The book, which was in the news recently for the late president's critical comments on the Congress, including his observation that the party lost political focus after his elevation as president, is set to be launched next month by publishing house Rupa
'Darbar politics', PV Narsimha Rao nixed Sharad Pawar's chances of becoming PM in 1990s, writes Praful Patel
Commenting on Patel's article, Shiv Sena's Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut said that less meritorious people feared Pawar who turned 80 on Saturday, and ensured the NCP chief 'did not rise to the top'
The party's chief spokesperson Mahesh Tapase added the reports seem to be have "planted by vested interests to divert the attention from the ongoing farmers' agitation"
The 71-year-old leader died at 3.30 am after suffering from multiple organ failure, 10 days after he was admitted to the Medanta Hospital in Gurugram
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"
'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
'Gupkar gang wants to take J&K back to era of terror': Amit Shah accuses alliance of being anti-national
The home minister said that Jammu and Kashmir will always remain an integral part of India and warned the People's Alliance for Gupkar Declaration of 'going against the national interest'
In new memoir, Barack Obama describes modern-day India as success story 'despite bitter feuds within political parties'
The former US president writes that the transition to a more market-based economy in the 1990s unleashed the extraordinary entrepreneurial talents of Indians
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
Dissent in Congress: As disgruntlement resurfaces, time for party to move forward; mere introspection is not enough
At the national level, the Congress needs to revive itself to provide the necessary framework for a national Opposition
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
Nath is facing flak from the ruling party for referring to minister Imarti Devi as "item" during a campaign speech for Assembly by-election.