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Chirag Paswan: a Rahul Gandhi double?
Hindustan Times

Delhi court summons Sonia, Rahul Gandhi

A Delhi court on Thursday summoned Congress president Sonia Gandhi, vice-president Rahul Gandhi, party general secretary Oscar Fernandes, former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh Motilal Vora and three others, including a private firm, in a criminal case filed ... Asian Age, 2 months ago

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Will attack government on communal violence: Sonia

Indo-Asian News Service New Delhi, 13 August: Congress president Sonia Gandhi today said that the party will attack the government over incidents of communal violence. "Congress will fight with full might to revive itself, attack government ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago Naidu slams Sonia on false dreams remark  The Freepress Journal6 days ago Defeat and delusions  Indian Express6 days ago 'Informed Sonia Gandhi about split': Omar Abdullah on  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Full Transcript: Sonia Treated Like Royalty in India, Natwar Singh Tells NDTV

Former Congress leader Natwar Singh has said the fact that Sonia Gandhi has reacted to his book shows that it's touched a raw nerve. Calling Sonia a prima donna, Mr Singh who had to resign from UPA-1 after allegations of corruption said no Indian ...
 NDTV4 weeks ago Sonia had decided not to head the government in 1999 itself, says former home secretary  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago Who is K. Natwar Singh, the man behind Congress's sore spot?  Oneindia4 weeks ago Rahul Lacks the Fire to be in Full-Time Politics: Natwar Singh to NDTV  NDTV4 weeks ago

Resist sectarian tendencies: Sonia Gandhi

Sonia Gandhi Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday asked her party MPs to “resist the authoritarian and sectarian tendencies” of the new government as it tries to get its way in Parliament. “This we have begun to do, I believe, with increasing ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago Congress must resist sectarian tendencies of Modi govt: Sonia  The Statesman2 weeks ago Natwar's account of frosty relations between Sonia and Narasimha Rao  The Statesman4 weeks ago

The man who would rule India

Like Indira Gandhi once did, Narendra Modi seeks to make his party,his government, his administration and his country into an extension of his personality. A journalist who recently interviewed Narendra Modi reported their conversation as follows: ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago 'Modi wants to be Patel, but might end up as Indira'  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
International Business Times India

National Conference end alliance with Congress in Jammu and Kashmir, I met the Mrs Gandhi 10 days ago & thanked her for all her support. I conveyed NC's decision to fight th to fight alone in elections

National Conference led by Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah today announced that it was breaking its alliance with Congress in the state. Abdullah tweeted on SUnday afternoon, "I met the Mrs Gandhi 10 days ago & thanked her for all her support." ...
 DNA1 month ago Congress-National Conference Split: Result of Lok Sabha Election Rout?  International Business Times India1 month ago It's official: Congress and National Conference won't contest Assembly polls together  Indian Express1 month ago It's official: Congress, National Conference won't contest together  Financial Express1 month ago

Congratulations Mrs. DD

Saina wins Australian Open, second title of 2014 (Second Lead) | India intensifies efforts to evacuate citizens, warship on standby (Second Lead) | Two dead, over 50 trapped in building collapse in Chennai (Second Lead) | Delhi building comes ...
 Chennai Online2 months ago

Indira Gandhi assassination: Controversial film blocked

INDIA has blocked the release of a film on the assassination of former Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi, after complaints it glorified her killers. Intelligence agencies had warned of potential violence if it is released. The film, Kaum De ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 week ago India blocks Gandhi murder film  BBC1 week ago Indira Gandhi Assassination Film Flagged by Home Ministry: Report  NDTV1 week ago For Film on Indira Gandhi's Assassination, Array of Concerns  NDTV1 week ago

Natwar Singh's book

Natwar Singh's criticism of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi in his autobiography should be dismissed outright. Mr. Singh was forced out of the UPA government when he was the External Affairs Minister, thanks to his name figuring in the Volcker report.
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Politicians must write memoirs  The Sunday Guardian3 weeks ago Questioning Natwar Singh's version  The Statesman4 weeks ago Sonia's aides said I was so close to her, people would think she took the money. I didn't take any of it. Then who did?  Indian Express2 weeks ago

Rahul Lacks Fire Needed for Politician: Natwar

Click to Expand & Play Natwar Singh, former Congress leader, told NDTV today that "50 Congressmen" called him to congratulate him for "telling the truth" in his new book. New Delhi : Natwar Singh, former Congress leader, told NDTV today that ...
 NDTV4 weeks ago Former Congress Leader Says Rahul Gandhi Lacks Fire Needed for Politician  NDTV4 weeks ago
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