Corruption remark was not to target anyone: Antony

After triggering a political storm in Kerala with his corruption remark, senior Congress leader AK Antony on Monday clarified that it was only a general statement and not intended to target anyone.

Rahul Gandhi to address rally in Kerala on May 26

 Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi will address a youth Congress rally in Kerala on May 26 as part of its preparations to brace up the party workers before the local body polls slated for this year and assembly polls next year.

KPCC demands rollback of petroleum price hike

 Kerala PCC President V M Sudheeran on Friday condemned the hike in prices of petrol and diesel and asked the Centre to rollback the increase.

Oomen Chandy rejects reports of leadership change in KPCC

Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy today dismissed reports relating to demand for leadership change in Kerala from a section of Congress workers. "It is all your (media) creation," Chandy told reporters after a cabinet meeting here.

KPCC promises better co-ordination with Chandy government

Despite his sharp differences with the Oommen Chandy government over changes in the liquor policy, KPCC president VM Sudheeran on Wednesday pledged his cooperation to strengthen the party-ministry co-ordination to face the political onslaught from the opposition.

Liquor policy sabotaged, says KPCC President

 Coming down heavily on Kerala government for the dilution of the new liquor policy, KPCC President V M Sudheeran, who had spearheaded the anti-liquor campaign, on Friday said the policy has been virtually sabotaged.

Rahul Gandhi confident of Congress retaining power in Kerala
Rahul Gandhi confident of Congress retaining power in Kerala

 There is "a sense of confidence" in the Congress party in Kerala that it can retain power in the next assembly polls, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi said Wednesday.

Modi praise costs Shashi Tharoor dear, sacked as Congress spokesperson
Modi praise costs Shashi Tharoor dear, sacked as Congress spokesperson

The Kerala unit of the Congress appears to have won its battle against Shashi Tharoor as the party high command, Monday, decided to remove the Thriuvanathapuram MP from the post of party spokesperson.

Awaiting KPCC report on Tharoor: Congress

The disciplinary action committee of Congress is yet to take action against former Union minister Shashi Tharoor for his praise of Narendra Modi and accepting the Prime Minister's invite to him to participate in 'Swachh Bharat' campaign, as it is awaiting a report from the Kerala unit of the party.

KPCC seeks sanction to prosecute Kumaraswamy, MLAs on CD row

Legal cell of ruling Congress in Karnataka on Tuesday made a strong plea to state Assembly Speaker Kagodu Thimmappa, seeking sanction to prosecute former chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy and 39 other JDS MLAs on the cash-for-MLC seat audio CD row involving him.

KPCC Chief hints at reshuffle of Siddaramaiah Ministry

Ruling Congress in Karnataka today hinted at a reshuffle of the Siddaramaiah Ministry after the upcoming legislature session is over as voices are being raised within the party against some Ministers on different issues.

Election not a referendum on Siddaramaiah govt: Congress

The ruling Congress in Karnataka today asserted it would win more than 20 Lok Sabha seats from the state but there would be no change of Chief Minister if the poll outcome was not in line with their expectations

CPI-M`s candidate selection shows party`s decay: Sudheeran

Taking a swipe at the CPI-M, KPCC president VM Sudheeran said its selection of five non-members to contest the April 10 Lok Sabha elections clearly demonstrated the party`s process of "decline".

Have respect for all social organisation leaders: KPCC chief

Apparently referring to the recent row triggered after his visit to the Nair Service Society headquarters, KPCC president V M Sudheeran Saturday said he has respect for all social organisation leaders and also the opposition though there are differences in their policies.

Rejig of Kerala cabinet on card, partner demands central berth

With possibility of reshuffle of Congress in Kerala`s UDF ministry by inducting KPCC`s Ramesh Chennithala imminent, key partner Kerala Congress-M (KC-M) renewed demand for berth in Union ministry.

Congress begins process to pick LS candidates in Karnataka

Congress in Karnataka has initiated a process to identify party candidates in all the Lok Sabha segments in the state, where it is targeting to win 20-25 seats.

Congress in Karnataka gearing up for Lok Sabha polls

The ruling Congress in Karnataka has begun the spadework for the next year`s Lok Sabha elections eyeing to replicate the success with a target to win all the 28 seats in the state.

Modi`s elevation a threat to secularism: Chennithala

BJP`s decision to elevate Gujarat CM Narendra Modi as head of party`s campaign committee for Lok Sabha polls posed "challenge to secularism and democracy," Kerala PCC prez Ramesh Chennithala said.

KPCC for humanitarian approach towards Madani

Congress in Kerala Friday hinted that it would press its party government to speed up trial of PDP leader Abdul Nasser Madani.

KPCC chief meets Raghavan

KPCC President Ramesh Chennithala on Wednesday said there are no serious differences of opinion between United Democratic Front and the Communist Marxist Party, a constituent of the front.