Divested of SPG cover, Sonia Gandhi's luxury Range Rover SUV to be swapped with a 10-year-old Tata Safari, claim reports
Divested of security cover under the Special Protection Group (SPG), Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi is now set to lose the specially-reinforced Range Rover SUV
Asian Boxing Championships 2019: Kavinder Singh Bisht stuns world champion to assure India of medal; Lovlina Borgohain ousted
Kavinder Singh Bisht upstaged reigning world champion Kairat Yeraliyev to be assured of his first Asian Boxing Championships medal.
Women's World Boxing Championships: Pinki Rani, Sonia, Simranjit Kaur advance to maintain India's winning start
Hosts India kept its all-win record intact at the AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships with Pinki Rani, Sonia and Simranjit Kaur notching up victories in their respective bouts.
Women's World Boxing Championships: 21-year-old Sonia storms into 57kg pre-quarter-finals with unanimous verdict
Sonia, daughter of a farmer from Nimri village in Bhiwani district of Haryana, used her defensive style to good effect to emerge as the winner in a 5-0 unanimous verdict.
Sonia Gandhi to address first rally in 2 years: Karnataka's Bijapur has been a Nehru-Gandhi favourite for generations
Almost two years after abandoning her poll campaign midway in Varanasi, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi will hit the campaign trail in Karnataka on Tuesday
Parliament Budget Session: Congress to move no confidence motion against govt in Lok Sabha today; Mamata to meet Sonia in Delhi
Misgovernance and the central government's efforts to spread a climate of fear and oppression have brought together various parties irrespective of their differences in states, the Congress said
Congress plenary session: Sonia Gandhi accuses govt of being 'power-drunk', calls pre-poll promises 'dramebaazi'
Sonia Gandhi launched a scathing attack on Modi, saying his govt was “power-drunk” and the pre-poll promises of combating corruption were mere "dramebaazi"
India is getting increasingly divided by 'narrow nationalism' as 'forces of darkness' seek to engulf it, says Sonia Gandhi
Congress president Sonia Gandhi said that the country was getting increasingly divided in the name of "narrow nationalism" as "forces of darnkess" seek to engulf it
A Delhi court on Friday allowed a plea by BJP leader Subramanian Swamy and summoned certain documents pertaining to financial details of Indian National Congress (INC) for the year 2010-2011 in the National Herald case.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi trained his guns on Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying he is surprised to see how swiftly public anger has grown against the BJP government at the Centre and in Maharashtra. He brought the deadlock on the BJP's ambitious indirect tax reform - the GST bill, back into focus saying the Congress will not relent unless the ruling party accepts its demands for tweaks in the proposed legislation. Rahul Gandhi is in Mumbai as part of a two day tour out west.
It is noteworthy that while other Congressmen have been mildly critical of the Emergency - Jairam Ramesh said it was a mistake because it enabled the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh to enter the mainstream - the party's first family has been largely silent.
Though the Congress remained low-key on 19 December — the day the party President Sonia Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi got bail from a Delhi court in the National Herald case, it has now decided to take the Narendra Modi government head on.
You almost get the ridiculous but valid feeling that the BJP is ‘match fixing’ the survival of the Congress. How else can you explain such a badly timed reward to Swamy and the handing over of a weapon to the Congress ...either arrogance or stupidity.
National Herald case: Sonia, Rahul may not invoke Indira's 'give me handcuffs' dare, may get home in time for tea
Perhaps the only advantage for Saturday is that the Kejriwal-Modi impasse will be eclipsed by this appearance and he can take a day off from badmouthing the Prime Minister.
Congress president Sonia Gandhi has made it loud and clear down the party line that there should not be any ‘show of strength’ – in the form of rally, march, raising slogans or crowding the court premises ahead of her and party vice president Rahul Gandhi’s appearance before the court on 19 December.
Sharad Pawar's newly released book says Congress chief Sonia Gandhi did not let him become prime minister in 1991 as he had an “independent mind” and his election to the post would “not be good for the first family.” Pawar calls out the Gandhis, including Indira, Rajiv and Sonia, for treating the Congress party as their “family fiefdom”.
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More than the merits of the National Herald case, it is the sound and fury around it that would trouble the Grand Old Party.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted opposition Congress party leader Sonia Gandhi for talks on Friday to try and break a deadlock over launching a new indirect tax, in a bid to put his economic recovery agenda back on track.