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Why Congress lost Delhi in 2013, Sheila Dikshit reveals in autobiography
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Why Congress lost Delhi in 2013, Sheila Dikshit reveals in aut...

Sheila Dikshit wanted to step down as Delhi chief minister in 2012 because of health concerns and also to enable the Congress to find another leader before the next assembly elections, but the December 16 gang rape of a young woman firmed up her resolve to stay on. Resigning then would have been seen as fleeing the "battlefield", the former chief minister says in her memoir.   “After the Nirbhaya incident, I was in a bind. My family, which had seen my distress throughout that period, ... Rediff.com, 19 hours ago

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No electoral alliance with Congress: CPI-M

The Communist Party of India-Marxist's Central Committee today adopted a draft political resolution ruling out any form of electoral alliances or adjustments with the Congress, party general secretary Sitaram Yechury said. "The draft political resolution adopted after incorporating some amendments states that there should be no electoral alliance or understanding with the Congress," Yechury told reporters in Kolkata. The draft resolution, which was adopted after a vote on the concluding day of ...
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Rahul will lead Congress to victory in 2019: Ahmed Patel

The Gujarat poll outcome has instilled the belief in Congress workers that the Bharatiya Janata Party can be defeated, senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel said today and exuded confidence that the party would emerge victorious in the 2019 general elections under Rahul Gandhi's leadership. Patel, who had won the Rajya Sabha election from Gujarat last year in a close contest, also said the poll verdict in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state was a "moral victory" for the Congress as the BJP, ...
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Aadhaar compulsory weapon of govt to "disempower" people: Rahul

Congress President Rahul Gandhi today attacked the NDA government over the Aadhaar scheme, dubbing it as a compulsory weapon to "disempower" citizens."UPA's Aadhaar  =  A voluntary instrument to empower citizens."NDA's Aadhaar = A compulsory weapon to disempower citizens," he tweeted.The Congress government, which introduced Aadhaar, is opposing the government's stand that it should be compulsory for receiving the benefits of state-sponsored welfare schemes. A five-judge ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago RSS defamation case: Court orders Rahul to appear on April 23  Rediff.com5 days ago Orange passports: Congress says move discriminatory  Rediff.com6 days ago Change in passport's colour reflects BJP's discriminatory mindset: Rahul  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Modi wants ideas for Mann ki Baat; Rahul Gandhi taunts him with 3

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, who has amped up his criticism of government over the last few months, took a jab at PM Narendra Modi who had asked people to list what they wanted him to talk about in his monthly radio programme, "Mann Ki Baat", later this month.Gandhi said he had three."Since you've requested some ideas for your #MannKiBaat monologue, tell us about how you plan to" create jobs, push the Chinese out of Doklam and stop the rapes in Haryana, Gandhi tweeted, echoing the three points ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Rahul's 1st UP visit as Congress chief marred by protests  Rediff.com5 days ago Rahul kicks off 2-day UP visit amid BJP protests; attacks Modi govt  Rediff.com6 days ago Rahul as Lord Krishna poster sprouts in Lucknow ahead of visit  Rediff.com1 week ago
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ED grills Karti Chidambaram for 11 hours

Karti Chidambaram, the son of senior Congress leader P Chidambaram, was questioned for about 11 hours by officials of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with the INX Media money laundering case today.Karti Chidambaram was summoned by the agency to appear before the Investigating Officer (IO) of the case today.Official sources said Karti Chidambaram was asked a number of questions on his role in the case and his statement was recorded under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago ED abusing power at behest of govt, won't bow down: Chidambaram  Rediff.com1 week ago ED raids a comedy of errors, officials found nothing: Chidambaram  Rediff.com1 week ago ED raids Karti Chidambaram's premises in Delhi, Chennai  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Modi govt 'caught snoozing' while China occupying Doklam: Congress

The Congress today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of compromising with national security and strategic interests, and said his government was 'caught snoozing' when China was reportedly occupying the Doklam plateau with fresh military installations."India's national security and strategic interests are being compromised with as is now apparent from satellite imagery as also media reports available in public domain."It is most unfortunate that the Modi government has been caught snoozing ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Congress says "hugplomacy" tweet about PM Modi not offensive  Rediff.com6 days ago Congresss wisecrack on PM Modi's 'hugplomacy' leaves BJP enraged  Rediff.com1 week ago Modi hair of moustache, Congress leaders hairs of tail: Tomar  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Guess who Indira Gandhi's political heir is

'Some BJP old timers have remarked that the BJP is now driven by its own high command, the way the Congress was under Mrs Gandhi, says Subir Roy.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com There are remarkable parallels between the evolution of the careers of Indira Gandhi and Narendra Modi. While the two careers are naturally not identical, the similarities are too powerful to ignore. Mrs Gandhi consolidated her position at the top by splitting the Congress party and thereby ousting the old guard ...
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Cabinet subcommittee asks Congress party to vacate hq

The Union Cabinet's subcommittee on government accommodation has asked the Congress party to vacate its government bungalows located at 24 and 26 Akbar Road,  with immediate effect.    The AICC has been occupying the type 8 bungalows since 1976, when they were allotted to GK Moopanar who was then Rajya Sabha member and party general secretary. 24 Akbar Road houses the party's national headquarters.    Despite the Supreme Court issuing orders in 2005 for eviction ...
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Use money saved after Haj subsidy withdrawal for welfare of Muslims: Ahmed Patel

A day after the Union government announced the withdrawal of Haj subsidy, Congress leader Ahmed Patel today wrote to Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, urging him to ensure that the money saved is utilised for the socio-economic welfare of the Muslim community."While I welcome the implementation of the Supreme Court's order, I would like to point out that the court had also mandated that the saving accrued from the gradual reduction -- to eventful elimination in 10 years -- in the ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago No Haj subsidy from this year, announces Naqvi  Rediff.com5 days ago To empower minorities, govt withdraws Haj subsidy  Rediff.com5 days ago
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