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Congress' favourite son heading for defeat?
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Congress' favourite son heading for defeat?

The hopes of India's Congress party rest on the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, heir to the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty which has dominated Indian politics for decades. The BBC's Geeta Pandey went to Uttar Pradesh to watch him campaign as he tries to inspire ... BBC, 5 days ago

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Sonia Gandhi says human rights of Tamils cannot be protected while supporting tiger terrorism

Congress Party Leader Sonia Gandhi has said that the Tamil Nadu is solely responsible for the Indo-Lanka fishermen's issue. Mrs. Gandhi was addressing the people in Kanyakumari, her first visit to the State after the Lok Sabha elections were ...
 Independent Television Network5 days ago My husband Rajiv died fighting for SL Tamils, says Sonia Gandhi  Sri Lanka Island6 days ago The failure of Sonia Gandhi  The Express Tribune5 days ago Malefic Saturn-Rahu may wipe out the favourable effects for Sonia Gandhi, says Ganesha  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago
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Congress rejects BJP charge on Sonia TV appeal

The Congress on Tuesday dismissed the BJP’s charge that Mrs Sonia Gandhi came to the fore in campaigning through her televised appeal as Mr Rahul Gandhi has “failed” to reach out to people in Lok Sabha polls. “I don’t think it is right. The Congress ...
 Asian Age1 week ago BJP takes potshots at Sonia over her TV appeal  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
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Sonia Gandhi declines to provide passport copy to US court

Press Trust of India New York, 8 April: Mrs Sonia Gandhi has declined to provide a copy of her passport to a US court here as documentary evidence in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case, citing refusal by the Indian government on grounds of personal ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago Indian govt disallows Sonia to submit copy of passport to US court  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Citing security, Sonia Gandhi refuses to give passport copy to US court  NDTV2 weeks ago Citing security, Sonia refuses to give passport copy to US court  NDTV2 weeks ago
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On the campaign trail

Election 2014 reminds most Indian voters of Election 1971 where Mrs. Gandhi was targeted by the entire Opposition and its leaders including her former old Congress leaders ("Leaders sharpen barbs as campaign hots up," March 31). The rest is history: ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago India votes in crucial phase of elections  Today Online1 week ago India: The world's largest democracy goes to the polls  Huffington Post3 weeks ago Analysis: The general election juggernaut is on the roll in India  ABC Online3 weeks ago
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Digvijaya credits Rahul for democracy, primaries in Congress

New Delhi: Congress leader Digvijaya Singh credited party Vice President Rahul Gandhi for internal democracy and holding primaries to elect candidate for Lok Sabha elections. He also defended party's manifesto and various promises made by the party.
 IBNLive India News3 weeks ago Congress manifesto can't use 'aam aadmi' as it's a party name: Digvijaya  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago Digvijaya credits Rahul for party democracy, primaries  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Aggressive Sonia says Modi trying to mislead people

The Congress shifted gear and went into an aggressive mode, with party chief Sonia Gandhi spearheading its attack against the lotus brigade. After addressing a rally in Delhi on Sunday, Mrs Gandhi moved on to Haryana on Monday and stepped on the accelerator ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago Elections 2014: Sonia Gandhi steps up the big fight  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Sonia Gandhi hits out at BJP in Kerala  NDTV2 months ago

Anger and amnesia

THE last Indian politician to send journalists to jail, most notably Kuldip Nayar, was Mrs Indira Gandhi. Her reason was an Emergency she imposed upon India in 1975 to preserve her power. In the 1977 general elections, Indian voters showed precisely ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago Anger, amnesia and the journalist in-between  The Sunday Guardian1 month ago The rebel who preferred ideas to ideology  Times of India1 month ago

BJP youth leader joins Congress

Mr. B Padmanabhan, City Vice President, Janata Yuva Morcha of Bharatiya Janata Party today joined the Indian National Congress along with his supporters. According to a PCC release, the BJP youth leader has reposed faith in the programmes and ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago BJP woman leader joins Congress  The Echo Of India2 months ago
The Freepress Journal

Pawar warns against "power concentration" in one man

Mumbai: The Nationalist Congress Partychief Sharad Pawar feels there are grim portents for Indian democracy in -concentration of power- in the hands of BJPs PM aspirant Narendra Modi as seen by the marginalisation of party veterans like L K Advani ...
 SahiOnline1 day ago Pawar slams Modi, warns agst power concentration in one man  The Freepress Journal1 day ago 'Under Modi, Gujarat's growth rate came down'  The Week1 day ago Pawar Attacks Modi Over 'Power Concentration' in One Man  Outlook India1 day ago
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