Foundation of Digital India was laid by Rajiv Gandhi: Congress

The Congress said on Wednesday that the foundation of Digital India was laid by their leader and former PM of India, Rajiv Gandhi. It also said that the UPA government during its 10 years took this journey many notches higher by implementing National e-Governance programme.

Gujarat HC junks 29-yr-old plea saying Indira's murder was 'suicide'

The Gujarat High Court has dismissed a plea filed in 1986 which had sought to declare former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination by two of her security guards as a 'well-arranged suicide' to facilitate her son Rajiv Gandhi to become Prime Minister.

Rahul Gandhi @45: Why ‘son’shine is critical for the Congress

June 19, the scion of the Gandhi dynasty, Rahul, turns 45. And it probably is the first time he is getting so much press though he is born in a family that is constantly under arc-lights.

Rajiv Gandhi assassination case life convict undergoes medical tests for illness

A life convict in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, A G Perarivalan, who was brought here from Vellore central prison, on Monday underwent medical tests at Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital (RGGGH) here to determine his illess related to an infection.

Bofors scandal not proved in Indian courts, was just a media trial: President Pranab
Bofors scandal not proved in Indian courts, was just a media trial: President Pranab

President Pranab Mukherjee has said that it has not been proven in any Indian court that the Bofors case was indeed a scandal. According to him, the Bofors 'scandal' was just a media trial.

DNA: Osama documents show 'Indian brother in Madinah' financed al Qaeda

In a significant finding revealed from a trove of Osama bin Laden documents released by the US, it has emerged that the al Qaeda kingpin received lump sums of money from a so-called “Indian brother in Madinah”.

Assam observes Anti-Terrorism day

Assam joined the rest of the country in observing Anti-Terrorism day on Thursday with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi administering a pledge to the officers and staff of Assam Secretariat to work for promoting peace and discourage violence.

PM Narendra Modi salutes Rajiv Gandhi on death anniversary

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday paid tributes to former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi, assassinated on this day in 1991 by a Tamil Tiger suicide bomber.

Sonia, Rahul pay tributes to Rajiv Gandhi on his death anniversary

 Congress president Sonia Gandhi, along with her son Rahul Gandhi and daughter Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, on Thursday paid tributes to her late husband and former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi on his 24th death anniversary .

Chhattisgarh to observe 'Anti-Terrorism Day' on May 21

Chhattisgarh government would observe 'Anti-terrorism Day' in the state on May 21, which marks the death anniversary of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

Giriraj Singh rejects reports of him crying before PM Modi

Minutes after reports emerged that Union Minister Giriraj Singh broke into tears on Tuesday after being scolded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his controversial remarks against Congress president Sonia Gandhi, the BJP leader denied that any such things happened.

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Giriraj Singh denies meeting PM, crying before him over Sonia remarks
Giriraj Singh denies meeting PM, crying before him over Sonia remarks

Minutes after reports emerged that Union Minister Giriraj Singh broke into tears on Tuesday after being scolded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his controversial remarks against Congress president Sonia Gandhi, the BJP leader denied that any such things happened.

Names of Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi knocked-off from 'Hindi Diwas' awards

The Central government has recently renamed two awards irking the opposition Congress.

Govt removes Indira, Rajiv Gandhi's names from 'Hindi Diwas' awards
Govt removes Indira, Rajiv Gandhi's names from 'Hindi Diwas' awards

The Central government has recently renamed two awards irking the opposition Congress.

Sending IPKF to Sri Lanka was high level policy failure: VK Singh

Union Minister of State for External Affairs General (retd) V K Singh said here on Tuesday that the decision to send the Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) to Sri Lanka in 1987 was "a high level policy failure".

Congress targets PM Modi over Giriraj Singh's remark on Sonia Gandhi
Congress targets PM Modi over Giriraj Singh's remark on Sonia Gandhi

Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Thursday took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "promises" by raising the issue of Union Minister Giriraj Singh's alleged racist remarks against Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

Shahid Diwas: Bhagat Singh still not a martyr in government records!

Bhagat Singh is an inspiration for many, but in government records he is still not a martyr. In a reply to an RTI query, the home ministry has said it has no record to show whether Bhagat Singh has been declared a martyr.

Shahid Diwas: Bhagat Singh still not a martyr in government records!-Part 2

Bhagat Singh is an inspiration for many, but in government records he is still not a martyr.