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About 150 results for "mahatma gandhi and sardar patel"

130-year-old Congress pushed on backfoot by younger BJP: Anandiben Patel
Financial Express

130-year-old Congress pushed on backfoot by younger BJP: Anand...

Gujarat Chief Minsiter Anandiben Patel (Photo: PTI) Congress is no more the party of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel, the chief minister said. Ahmedabad : The 130-year-old Congress party has been pushed on the backfoot in the political arena by BJP, which is ... Asian Age, 1 month ago
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Navajivan to publish illustrated Bapu, Sardar biographies

Ahmedabad: Separate visual biographies of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel will be brought out by Navajivan Trust, Bapu's own publication house in Ahmedabad. This will be the first time that important incidents in the lives of Bapu and Sardar will be ...
 Times of India1 month ago
catchnews.com

PM Narendra Modi is one popular leader after Mahatma Gandhi: Anandiben Patel

VADODARA: Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel today heaped praise on Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying he is a very popular leader who gets overwhelming response from people and industries for the campaigns initiated by his government. "Modi ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Sonias Shahenshah to Nitishs Jumla Babu: many names of Narendra Modi  catchnews.com1 month ago Two years of Modi govt: Narendra Modi a popular leader, says Gujarat CM Anandiben Patel  DNA India1 month ago Narendra Modi a popular leader: Gujarat CM  Press Trust of India1 month ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Hyderabad: Catching a train? Better leave early

Hyderabad: Citizens arriving at the Secunderabad Railway Station via the Sardar Patel, Rashtra Pathi, Mahatma Gandhi or Sarojini Devi roads, over the next few days, must start early. Ongoing metro rail works at crucial points along these routes ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 day ago Secunderabad: Catching a train? Better leave early  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago
DNA India

It's Gandhi vs RSS in Una: Rahul

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday visited the home of a Dalit family whose seven members were thrashed by gau rakshaks in Gir Somnath district for skinning a dead cow, and accused RSS and BJP of crushing those against their ideology.
 MSN News US2 days ago Rahul Gandhi and relaxation are made for each other: BJP  ProKerala.com3 days ago Rahul re-launch aborted again?  MSN News US3 days ago RSS row and court trial: Will Parliament snooze abort yet another 'Rahul Gandhi re-launch'?  Firstpost.com3 days ago
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Times of India

Will defeat RSS's ideology of crushing the weak: Rahul Gandhi

Accusing the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) of believing in crushing and oppressoing the weaker sections, Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said that his party and the people of India will together defeat such ideology. Speaking ...
 The Statesman2 days ago Rahul in Una: Congress VP visits Dalit victims, promises to defeat RSS 'ideology' in the whole country  DNA India3 days ago Dalit thrashing: Rahul attacks 'Gujarat model'; BJP hits back  Times of India3 days ago After meeting the family of Una victims, Rahul Gandhi vows to defeat RSS' ideology  Firstpost.com3 days ago
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Let's await the court's ruling

There is a vast difference between perception and evidence. When Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi says that the RSS is responsible for the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi, he is conveying a general perception. In fact, the then Home Minister ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 days ago Open Secret Of Mahatma's Assassination  Navhind Times3 days ago Let's await court's ruling  Nagaland Post3 days ago
Times of India

Rahul set for Godse glare

New Delhi, July 19: The Congress today ruled out an apology from Rahul Gandhi for his reported statement linking the RSS to the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi, preferring to fight the case out in court and bring the spotlight back on one of the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 days ago Rahul Gandhi to not apologise for remarks on assassination of Mahatma Gandhi  Economic Times4 days ago RSS hits out at Rahul for linking it with Gandhi's assassination  Millennium Post4 days ago Cong: Rahul won't apologize for RSS remarks  Times of India4 days ago
Firstpost.com

'RSS created an ideology against Gandhi'

Was it an individual or an ideology that killed Mahatma Gandhi? The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh may have been cleared of charges of complicity in Gandhi's assassination but historians say the group's ideology of pushing for a Hindu nation was in ...
 MSN News US3 days ago RSS and Mahatma Gandhi: Why Rahul Gandhi should brace for bitter truths  Firstpost.com4 days ago RSS and Mahatma Gandhi: An unapologetic Rahul Gandhi should brace for bitter truths  Firstpost.com4 days ago

Ahmed Patel condemns attacks on Dalits in Gujarat

GANDHINAGAR: Ahmed Patel, Rajya Sabha MP from Gujarat and Political Secretary to All India Congress President's Sonia Gandhi has condemned the attacks on Dalits in Una of Gir Somnath district of Gujarat. Patel said, "The recent atrocities on Dalits ...
 Times of India5 days ago Una atrocity case: Ahmed Patel slams govt, appeals for peace and harmony  DeshGujarat5 days ago
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