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Rahul Gandhi to be crowned Congress chief at AICC meet in April
Times of India

Rahul set to take over as Cong chief in April

NEW DELHI: Rahul Gandhi may take over the reins of Congress in April, at a conclave similar to the Jaipur 'chintan baithak' in January 2013 when he was officially named the heir apparent. Congress is planning to call an AICC session between March 28 ... Mumbai News.Net, 3 weeks ago
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"chintan baithak" of OPCC kicks off on ritualistic note

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Bhubaneswar, 07 January: The chintan baithak (brainstorming) of the state Congress kicked off today on a rather ritualistic note with senior leaders of the party delivering long speeches and expressing their unstinted ...
 The Statesman2 months ago Cohesion, organisation and agitation for party revival, says OPCC chief  The Statesman2 months ago 'State Congress needs to introspect to revive itself?  The Statesman2 months ago

Odisha Congress to hold Chintan Baithak in Jeypore on Jan 24

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 Odisha Television2 months ago Bbsr: Odisha Congress 2-day Chintan Baithak from today  Odisha Television2 months ago

Bengal BJP chief Rahul Sinha to be in Delhi for chintan baithak

KOLKATA: BJP BJP central leadership will soon analyse and identify factors responsible for its defeat in the West Bengal by-elections. The party brass in new Delhi will summon state president Rahul Sinha to seek his help in identifying factors ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Bengal Cong withers away  The Echo Of India1 week ago Bengal BJP chief to be in Delhi Rahul Sinha for chintan baithak  Economic Times1 month ago Amit Shah Mamata is too busy to give you jobs  Hindustan Times2 months ago

Other parties are AAP the creek without a paddle

The spectacular victory of the Aam Aadmi party in the Delhi elections has led to a lot of soul-searching by political parties. Our unreliable sources have sent these unconfirmed reports: The BJP meeting The Pradhan Sevak kicked off the BJP's ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

ZP polls on party lines, ordinance in Feb: CM

Panaji: The state government has decided to hold zilla panchayat (ZP) elections on party lines. Chief minister Laxmikant Parsekar on Thursday said the ordinance will be issued in mid-February and the polls are likely to be held on March 15. ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Central Chronicle

BJP-BJD are two faces the same coin-Hari Prasad

Agencies, Bhubaneswar AICC General Secretary B K Hari Prasad today made a scathing attack on BJP national President Amit Shah for not uttering a word against the corrupt BJD government and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik at the January 6 Mahasangram ...
 Central Chronicle2 months ago

EOW of Crime Branch arrests Umamani HC's director Suneeta on charges of involvement in land fraud worth Rs 15 cr

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: Sign me up for the newsletter News Bulletin Current Affairs Latest Tweets EOW of Crime Branch arrests Umamani HC's director Suneeta on charges of land fraud worth Rs 15 cr #Odisha ...
 Odisha Television2 months ago
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