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Mar 12, 2019
Congress Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Campaign Updates: Priyanka makes first political speech, Rahul attacks Modi over RafaleCongress Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Campaign LIVE Updates: On her maiden visit to Gujarat after joining active politics, Priyanka Gandhi kept her speech brief as she attacked the Modi government over unemployment and asked the people not to get misled.
Mar 10, 2019
I'd like to serve people on a bigger platform, says Robert Vadra on Facebook after posters in UP call for his political plungeBusinessman Robert Vadra, who is believed to have been indicating an intention to join politics for a few weeks, on Sunday wrote another post on Facebook, saying he was "overwhelmed" by the people who want him to "fight elections from their areas". He also expressed a desire to "serve people on a bigger platform".
Feb 06, 2019
ED's questioning of Robert Vadra an attempt to stop Opposition parties from uniting, says Mamata BanerjeeRobert Vadra on Wednesday appeared before the ED in connection with a money laundering case against him
Mar 19, 2018
Congress slams BJP's foreign policy at 84th plenary, talks of Chinese 'influence' in presence of foreign diplomatsThe resolution was moved by senior Congress leader and former foreign minister Anand Sharma and was seconded by Gaurav Gogoi, Member of Parliament from Assam.
Mar 14, 2018
UP By-election 2018: State-level alliances, anti-incumbency to test BJP narrative about PM's invincibility in 2019Even as the BJP grows stronger and stronger — coupled with anti-incumbency it faces in some states — the Congress' hopes of building a broad anti-BJP coalition brighten.
Mar 13, 2018
Sonia Gandhi hosts dinner for Opposition parties; Congress says meeting organised for friendship, amityLeaders of 20 opposition parties tonight got together at a dinner hosted by where possibilities of putting up a united front to defeat the BJP in the next general elections were discussed.