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'UP doesn't need an adopted son': Priyanka takes aim at Modi
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'UP doesn't need an adopted son': Priyanka takes aim at Modi

Priyanka Gandhi on Friday joined brother Rahul Gandhi in attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his "adopted son" remark, saying Uttar Pradesh does not need an outsider when it has its own to take it forward. Priyanka, who addressed an election rally for the first time during the ongoing assembly polls in UP, asked people of the state to strengthen the Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance and bring it to power. She, along with Rahul, accused Modi of making "hollow" and "false" promises, ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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DNA, 5 months ago
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Rahul Gandhi's comments against Narendra Modi reflect his worry about PM's popularity: Smriti Irani

"It is but natural that after returning from vacation and after introspection, Rahulji is worried about Modi's popularity growing both in the country and internationally," said Irani.
 DNA1 month ago Rahul's comments against Modi reflect his worry: Irani  Business Standard1 month ago Modi-Rahul meet breaks Oppn. unity  The Hindu2 months ago
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Rahul eyes 2019 polls, promises to defeat Modi

Determined to oust the Narendra Modi government in 2019, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday showed that he has taken firm control of his party by chairing a convention against demonetisation. At the day-long Jan Vedana Sammelan, Rahul hit back ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Modi-Rahul fight moves to Uttar Pradesh  Deccan Herald2 months ago 'Read my lips': Rahul says PM Modi is corrupt  Sify2 months ago Earthquake will come if I speak in Parliament: Rahul on note ban  Rediff.com2 months ago
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PM received kickbacks from Sahara and Birla: Rahul's 'quake'

Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday alleged that Narendra Modi as Gujarat Chief Minister had taken money from Sahara and Birla groups and demanded an independent inquiry into it, a charge the Bharatiya Janata Party rejected as an attempt to divert attention from the AgustaWestland probe in which the names of Congress leaders and the "family" were coming up. Addressing a rally in Mehsana in the prime Minister's home state, Gujarat, he alleged that in the Income Tax records there are notings of Sahara ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Rahul levels allegations against PM, BJP rebuts charges  Deccan Herald2 months ago PM's credibility at stake; must come clean on receiving money from Birla, Sahara: Congress  Sify2 months ago

Now, hackers break into Congress' Twitter account

[India], Dec. 1 (ANI): After hackers broke into Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi's official Twitter account (?@OfficeOfRG) last evening, the India National Congress' official account (@INCIndia) was hacked Thursday morning. Even as Congress media in ...
 Sify2 months ago Hacking of Rahul Gandhi's Twitter: Congress targets Centre over poor digital safety  Sify2 months ago If govt can't protect platform for conversation, how will it protect people's money, asks Cong  Sify2 months ago

Rahul to attend Congress' Delhi state convention: Maken

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will attend the party's state convention here on February 22 as part of the preparations for the municipal polls slated for later this year, state unit chief Ajay Maken said on Wednesday."Rahulji has agreed to attend the ...
 Prokerala1 month ago When Rahul speaks, he exposes own party: Javadekar  Prokerala2 months ago Rahul's speech brings tremors within his party not outside:BJP  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Rahul desperate to save political legacy: Smriti Irani

Union minister Smriti Irani on Thursday said Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi is making derogatory remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he is "worried" about Modi's growing popularity and "desperate" to save his political legacy."On Wednesday, ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Rahul Gandhi desperate to save political legacy: Smriti Irani  Sify1 month ago
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Akhilesh will become CM again, no rift in SP: Mulayam

Samajwadi Party patron Mulayam Singh Yadav today said there was no rift in the party and his son Akhilesh Yadav will become Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister again. "There is no rift in SP. Akhilesh will become chief minister as a lot of development work was done ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago UP Elections 2017 | State has adopted SP, Akhilesh will be CM again: Mulayam Singh Yadav  DNA1 week ago

Naqvi attacks Congress over leadership 'confusion'

Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi today attacked the Congress, saying the party is grappling with "confusion" over who its chief is and has become a "benami property" whose owner is unknown. He made the remarks reacting to Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad's ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
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'Modi is assertive, not aggressive'

'We have not seen even during Vajpayee's time what Modi and the BJP has adopted now,' says Colonel R Hariharan (Retd). Colonel R Hariharan (retd), who served as head of intelligence for the Indian Peace Keeping Force in Sri Lanka between 1987 and 1990, had earlier spoken to Rediff.com on the One Rank One Pension issue when military veterans were on hunger strike at Jantar Mandir in New Delhi. Colonel Hariharan joined the Indian Army in 1962 when India went to war with China and served for 29 ...
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