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Only 5 km road built in Gurgaon in 10 years: Haryana minister

Gurgaon, Oct 31 (IANS): Only 5 km of new roads were built in Gurgaon in the 10-year rule of the Congress, Public Work Department and Public Health Engineering Minister Rao Narbir Singh told media after his first meeting with Gurgaon administrative ... Daijiworldcom, 59 minutes ago

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Cong faces lonely battle in J&K, Jharkhand

Even while struggling to recover from the electoral defeats in Maharashtra and Haryana, the Congress looks isolated in Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir too, where Assembly polls are scheduled in November. In Jharkhand, where the grand old party is ...
 Hindu Business Line20 hours ago Congress, JMM parts way in poll-bound Jharkhand  India Today4 hours ago BJP to bank on Modi again to deliver Jharkhand, J&K  Deccan Herald5 days ago BJP to bank on Modi again  Deccan Herald5 days ago
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Despite the electoral duds, Congress says its future is in Rahul’s hand

Congress on Tuesday rebuffed criticism of Rahul Gandhi for the electoral debacle in Maharashtra and Haryana, saying its partymen’s hopes and aspiration are tied up with the Gandhi family.
 Times of India1 week ago Weary Congress plans to revitalise itself through internal polls  DNA India2 days ago BJP set to gain 2 RS seats from Haryana  Indian Express5 days ago How to revive the Congress  Tehelka4 hours ago

Having been thrashed in elections, can Congress bounce back from No 3?

Having been thrashed in the general election, and again in the state elections last week in Maharashtra and Haryana, can the Congress bounce back? And if so, how and why? In the past, the Congress has often been written off after massive defeats ...
 Economic Times5 days ago Elections  Central Chronicle3 days ago Make Congress office-bearers accountable or replace them  Tehelka4 hours ago

Khattar govt accuses previous Cong regime for fiscal crisis

BJP-led Haryana government today accused the previous Congress regime of leaving the state in "fiscal stress" by announcing "fund exhausting" decisions which put a huge financial burden on the state's exchequer. Manohar Lal Khattar-led government ...
 Business Standard India1 hour ago Khattar Govt Blames Previous Cong Regime for Fiscal Crisis  Outlook16 minutes ago
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Last-minute Decisions of Congress Under Lens: Khattar

CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday said that the new government would review all the announcements and decisions pertaining to appointments or recruitments made after May 16, 2014, by the previous Congress Government. ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago Prime Minister Narendra Modi effect: Haryana logs on to Twitter  Hindustan Times1 day ago Haryana govt to review Congress decisions  Business Standard3 days ago BJP to review Hooda schemes, Vadra land deal  Economic Times3 days ago
International Business Times India

BS Hooda congratulates the new government in Haryana

+ New Delhi, Oct 26 (ANI): Congress leader and former Haryana Chief Minister BS Hooda congratulated the newly formed government of BJP in Haryana after ML Khattar took oath as 10th Chief Minister. Hooda hoped that the new government will ...
 International Business Times India5 days ago Two days after oath, Haryana ministers still clueless about portfolios  Times of India2 days ago Finally Haryana ministers get portfolios  ProKerala.com2 days ago Haryana CM allocates portfolios, Capt Abhimanyu gets Finance  Jagran Post2 days ago
India Today

Congress to play constructive, vigilant role: Sonia, Rahul

Congratulating the BJP for its Maharashtra and Haryana successes, Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi said it will play a “constructive and vigilant role” now in the two states, where the people voted for “change” after 15 ...
 Asian Age1 week ago Crisis-hit Congress looking for answers  India Today4 days ago RAHUL FOR CONGRESS PRESIDENT ELECTION BY VOTING  The Echo Of India4 days ago Congress leadership inert  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago
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'Has the Congress Communication department let Rahul Gandhi down? #HellYeah'

The Maharashtra and Haryana election results would come as another blow for the Congress that faced a huge loss in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. But losing power in a state like Maharashtra, which has, for all but four years between 1995-1999, seen a Congressman ...
 IBN Live1 week ago Strengthen Congress' connect with people, urges Rahul  Business Standard India2 days ago Like in the 90s, a non-Gandhi can lead the Congress  Economic Times4 days ago Strengthen Congress connect with people urges Rahul  Bombay News.Net2 days ago

Talking Turkey: The mantle of power

With the Bharatiya Janata Party’s triumph in state Assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana and the Congress’ continuing decline, the focus has inevitably shifted to the latter’s future.If the Congress remains something of a force in the country, ...
 Deccan chronicle1 week ago Charisma of political astuteness  Jagran Post3 days ago Delhi heading for assembly elections, BJP all set  SahiOnline3 days ago Is Delhi heading for assembly polls?  Topnews.in3 days ago
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