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Sonia reacts to Natwar Singh, says she'll write her own book and then people will know everything
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Sonia Gandhi says will come out with …

By ANI | ANI New Delhi, July 31 (ANI): Congress president Sonia Gandhi has said that while she will not comment on former union minister Natwar Singh, she will reveal the truth through her own book at the appropriate time. Sonia said, "I will ... Yahoo! India, 12 hours ago
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Congress Removes Birender Singh from CWC for Hobnobbing with BJP Leaders

NEW DELHI: Cracking the whip against its sulking Haryana MP Birender Singh who appears set to join BJP, Congress tonight removed him from the party's working commmittee and sought an explanation from the senior leader asking why he was hobnobbing ...
 New Indian Express9 hours ago Cong removes Birender from CWC  Press Trust of India9 hours ago Haryana Congress leader Birender Singh joins BJP  IndiaTV News16 hours ago Haryana Congress leader Chaudhary Birender Singh joins BJP  ZeeNews.com17 hours ago
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Manmohan backs Sonia, refutes claims made by Natwar Singh in his book

New Delhi: After Congress President Sonia Gandhi's outburst over former union minister Natwar Singh's claims, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, too, on Thursday refuted allegations that the UPA government sent files to 10 Janpath for approval. ...
 IBNLive India News16 hours ago Natwar's claims are marketing tactics: Ex-PM Singh  Press Trust of India14 hours ago Natwar Singh's Claims are Marketing Tactics: Manmohan Singh  New Indian Express14 hours ago Natwar Singh book row: No files were sent to Sonia Gandhi, says Manmohan Singh  India TV15 hours ago
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Former prime minister Manmohan Singh denied that any files were sent from the Prime Minister's Office to Congress president Sonia Gandhi's office

New Delhi: Former prime minister Manmohan Singh Thursday denied that any files were sent from the Prime Minister's Office to Congress president Sonia Gandhi's office as claimed by former party leader Natwar Singh in his new book. Manmohan Singh also ...
 India News Blast10 hours ago No files from PMO went to Sonia Gandhi, says Manmohan Singh  Headlines India14 hours ago No files from PMO went to Sonia, says Manmohan  Mangalorean15 hours ago I Have Vacated Official Bungalow: Jaipal Reddy  New Indian Express1 day ago
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Odisha leader of Opposition meets Sonia Gandhi

Report by Odisha Diary bureau, New Delhi: Leader of Opposition in Odisha Assembly Narasingha Mishra today met Congress president Sonia Gandhi in Delhi and discussed the party affairs for'> Report by Odisha Diary bureau, New Delhi: Leader of Opposition in ...
 OrissaDiary10 hours ago Will decide on leader of opposition post in 4 days: Speaker  Nagaland Post1 day ago Will Congress Get Leader of Opposition Post? Speaker to Decide  NDTV1 day ago Denial of Leader of Opposition's post to Congress will be injustice: Rajeev Shukla  PardaPhash4 days ago
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Times of India

Natwar continues attack on ruthless Sonia, Congress reacts sharply

NEW DELHI: Former foreign minister Natwar Singh's autobiography continued to raise a political storm with Congress president Sonia Gandhi hitting back saying she will come out with her own book, which will reveal the "truth". She got strong ...
 Times of India10 hours ago Natwar's book continues to create political storm  Press Trust of India11 hours ago Natwar Singh goes all out against Sonia Gandhi  Sify10 hours ago
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Congress leaders urge President to disqualify Sanwar Lal Jat

New Delhi: Congress MLAs and leaders from Rajasthan today met President Pranab Mukherjee asking him to to disqualify state minister Sanwar Lal Jat as he has taken oath as a Lok Sabha member but continues to remain a minister in the state government.The ...
 IndiaTV News7 hours ago Cong leaders urge Prez to disqualify Sanwar Lal Jat  Press Trust of India8 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

Congress accuses former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh of 'distortion' of facts

Former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh at the release of his book 'Yours Sincerely'. (Photo: PTI) New Delhi: Congress on Thursday accused former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh of making "allegations" and "distorting" facts in the ...
 Deccan Chronicle11 hours ago Cong accuses Natwar Singh of 'distortion' of facts  Press Trust of India13 hours ago Congress accuses Natwar Singh of 'distortion' of facts  Oneindia13 hours ago

ABVP, NSUI claim credit for FYUP rollback

With the Delhi University Students’ Union (Dusu) election round the corner, both the student wings affiliated to the Congress and the BJP are taking credit of scrapping of the Four-Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP) for their electoral advantage. Before ...
 Asian Age4 hours ago

Himachal Congress leaders rush to Delhi

Amid turmoil in Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee, chief minister Virbhadra Singh on Thursday left for Delhi.
 Times of India4 hours ago
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