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Faux pas? Lok Sabha website names L K Advani a journalist, Rahul Gandhi a strategy consultant
Daily Bhaskar

Faux pas? Lok Sabha website names L K Advani a journalist, Rah...

Bhopal: The Lok Sabha website has not stated BJP veteran leader LK Advani and Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi as politicians but as a journalist and a strategy consultant. The profession of both the leaders has not been mentioned as politics ... Daily Bhaskar, 1 week ago

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Deccan Chronicle

From rivals to frenemies: Modi, Rahul seek to wipe out ugly past?

New Delhi: A battle of egos by every means, the 2014 Lok Sabha elections witnessed heated exchange of words between Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi. While the former was hailed as the unconventional leader, the second was often dubbed as spineless. ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Narendra Modi wipes out 'ugly' past with Rahul Gandhi?  Financial Express1 month ago Bonhomie in Parliament; Modi, Rahul shake hands  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago For a change, Modi, Rahul exchange pleasantries  India Today1 month ago

How confused Congress leaders are not helping the party

Digvijay Singh’s questions on Rahul’s leadership, Antony’s on Congress’s secularism are all red herrings, says Virendra Kapoor. It is hard to believe that Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh says what he means. He is prone to undermine his own credibility by claiming that he was wrongly quoted or interpreted. However, very often the motive behind his utterances might be to test public reaction. Since Singh is the most loquacious among the party functionaries, he ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Rahul Gandhi has all 'attributes' of genuine leader:  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Rahul has all 'attributes' of genuine leader: Cong  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Rahul has all 'attributes' of genuine leader: Cong  Business Standard India3 weeks ago
Times of India

Modi holds Rahul's han...

Bonhomie pervaded in parliament Monday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi held Rahul Gandhi's hand in an expression of warmth and Congress president Sonia Gandhi conversed intently with L.K. Advani. Former prime minister Manmohan Singh was among ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago When Narendra Modi held Rahul Gandhi's hand  DeshGujarat1 month ago Modi's warm squeeze on Rahul's hand to thaw ice?  Times of India1 month ago Narendra Modi holds Rahul Gandhi's hand amid bonhomie in Central Hall  Economic Times1 month ago

Modi greets Rahul

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is clearly intent on sending out the signal that the animosities of the electoral battlefield are over: on Monday, shortly after President Pranab Mukherjee addressed a joint session of Parliament on Monday, Prime ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Indo-Canadian Voice

Leaders, Others Flock to BJP HQ to Pay Respects to Munde

A host of leaders, including Vice President M Hamid Ansari, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, today visited BJP headquarters to pay their respects to Gopinath Munde who died after a road mishap. As soon as ...
 Outlook India1 month ago Leaders, common people flock to BJP hqrs to pay respects to  Business Standard India1 month ago BJP leaders can't sleep without telling lies: Rahul  New Kerala2 months ago Rahul slams Modi over links with Adani, land bill implementation  New Kerala2 months ago
India TV

I will never go back on my words: Digvijay on Rahul comments

Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh today stood by his comments that Rahul Gandhi lacked the temperament of a ruler, a statement the party's rivals had used to say Rahul was not prime ministerial material. He also said there would be "some ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago Of A.K. Antony & L. K. Advani  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Advani sits next to Modi, Rahul moves back

Veteran BJP leader L K Advani was seated in the front row next to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the 16th Lok Sabha held its first sitting on Wednesday . Though the seating arrangement in the Lok Sabha is yet to be finalised, there were clear indications ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Political Gup-Shup: Mum's the word for the Congress  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Advani not in seat next to PM  The Hindu1 month ago Advani loses room and more  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Indian Express

New look, new mood on first day of 16th LS, Rahul takes back seat

Summary Venkaiah Naidu told the media later that no inferences needed to be drawn from the way the members occupied the seats on Wednesday. The 16th Lok Sabha assembled for the first time on Wednesday, presenting a new-look House in complete ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Modi, Sonia in House courtesy  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Elation, bonhomie and sadness as new Lok Sabha meets  Gulf News1 month ago New Lok Sabha: Elation, bonhomie and sadness  ProKerala.com1 month ago

Shock sets stage for rare courtesy

New Delhi, June 3: Sonia Gandhi wrote to Gopinath Munde's widow Pradnya within hours of learning about his death while Rahul took the unusual step of visiting the BJP headquarters to pay his respects to the departed leader. While Munde's affable ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Rahul Gandhi pays respect to Gopinath Munde  TruthDive1 month ago
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