Soon after his meeting with Modi, the former Union minister tendered his resignation to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, saying it was now time for him to move on.
The former J&K finance minister revealed how he slipped back into Kashmir, his fallout with the Mufti family over the PDP-BJP alliance, and what happened at the Congress Party’s meeting on Article 370.
The Congress Working Committee (CWC) decided to name Sonia Gandhi as the interim party chief.
A Review Team Is In Amethi Holding Meetings To Understand Why The Congress President Was Defeated From The Gandhi Family Bastion.
Congress MPs will elect new leader to replace Sonia Gandhi, chalk out strategy for forthcoming parliament session.
The decision is seen as an attempt by the Congress to consolidate its electoral base in south India.
Party leaders are struggling to counter the BJP strategy of exploiting religious polarisation.
It’s been the party’s sole strategy for too long.
From Gujarat To Guwahati, Kashmir To Kanyakumari, Everyone Has To Say 'Jai Shri Ram', Says Bengal BJP Chief Dilip Ghosh
"Those opposing the chants of Bharat Mata ki Jai and Jai Sri Ram will become history."
The Congress’s idea of India is worth fighting for.
Bhakti in politics rarely ends well.
Congress won just seven out of 403 seats in Uttar Pradesh.
Social welfare for political capital.
It’s the age of the bully majority.
EXCLUSIVE: Irom Sharmila Decides To Drop Khurai Constituency, Will Contest Only From Thoubal In Manipur Elections
"I gave up Khurai due to some inconveniences."
The BJP is winning UP—at least according to the India Today-Axis Survey released on 4 January. Riding on the Modi factor
"Indian Politics... Ugh! It stinks." — 'Gumnami Baba' I recently wrote on these pages comparing UP Chief Minister Akhilesh
It is common knowledge that the Northeastern states have not been part of the mainstream Indian discourse since they became
Stalling Parliament just makes matters worse.
There couldn't have been a more apt time for a book like An Era of Darkness to be written. Just as judges look at past precedents