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Less reflection, more blame games in city Congress meets

A day after its 'Chintan Baithak' descended into chaos, a series of introspection meetings organised by the Mumbai Congress to take stock of its poll debacle turned out to be a similar slugfest with party workers from different camps blaming each ... Mumbai Mirror, 2 months ago

BJP Dares Didi to Hold Municipal Polls Soon

KOLKATA: The BJP on Thursday challenged West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee to hold elections for municipalities and corporations soon and test political waters in the state. BJP incharge for the state Siddharth ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago

Now local workers to get more say in Gujarat Congress

GANDHINAGAR: Decimation is complete. It is now a long struggle for relevance. Startled by the unexpected rout in the LS polls, the Congress in Gujarat is now looking at a slew of measures to revive its stock. The will make a decision on any ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Can a modified Congress survive the Modi era?

As historian Laurence Rees says people don't change, circumstance do, a fact that's validated by the decimation of Congress and its satraps in the elections of 2014. Lessons of that dark period in the annals of Indian history, must be learnt, lest ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Indian Express

After poll rout, Pawar to drive a hard bargain with Congress for Assembly seats

Pawar said Congress and NCP should not lose time in finalising sharing of seats and start preparations for Assembly polls. NCP president Sharad Pawar on Friday set the stage for a hard bargain with the Congress ahead of the state Assembly elections ...
 Indian Express2 months ago

The Last days of Empire, The fall of Congress and its aftermath Part 1

Would I have penned this column pre-May 16th? Frankly, only with trepidation, fearful of a well- known Congress trait of allegedly intimidating most who were inimical to the rulers. If my observations come post the releases of Baru and Parakh, the ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
Mumbai Mirror

No need for anyone to resign over debacle, says Thakare

State Congress chief Manikrao Thakare has said that there is no need for anyone to resign in view of the party's debacle in Maharashtra in the recent Lok Sabha elections. Following a directive from AICC spokesperson Anant Gadgil who called for a ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 months ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

State Cong to brainstorm post defeat

After a humiliating defeat in the state, the Congress leaders have swung into damage control mode. Maharashtra Congress spokesperson and member of AICC media panel Anant Gadgil yesterday demanded that a brainstorming session of the bigwigs of state ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 months ago
New Indian Express

Mission Saffron Surge in West Bengal

KOLKATA: Enthused by trebling its vote share in West Bengal in the recently concluded Lok Sabha polls and a large number of workers and leaders deserting the ruling TMC, Left parties and the Congress, the BJP is now eyeing to capture power in the ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Trinamool hatches conspiracy of communal violence: BJP

Home> News > west-bengal-news Kolkata, Jun 7 : Leveling a serious charge, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today alleged that the Trinamool Congress Government was hatching a conspiracy for ignite communal violence in West Bengal. "We have ...
 NewKerala.com1 month ago
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