Singhvi is victim of BJP's vindictiveness: Congess on tax row

Congress on Wednesday alleged that party spokesman Abhishek Singhvi, caught in a controversy over alleged Income Tax evasion, is a victim of "vindictiveness" of BJP for his campaign on the black money issue.

'Legal malice, perversity' in IT commission order: Singhvi'

Caught in a controversy over the alleged evasion of income tax, Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi on Tuesday said that a Settlement Commission order in the matter suffers from "legal malice and perversity".

Abhishek Singhvi case: BJP raises black money issue; asks Sonia to clarify

BJP on Tuesday accused Congress leaders of generating black money in the country while referring to the matter of the alleged tax evasion by its spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi and asked Congress President Sonia Gandhi to clarify on the issue.

Ironical that BJP is scared of holding polls in Delhi: Singhvi

Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi launched an attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party on Monday and said that it is “ironical” that BJP is scared of holding polls in Delhi when it claims to be winning majority across the nation.

Cong distances itself from J&K leader's call for Hindu CM

Congress on Monday distanced itself from senior party leader of Jammu and Kashmir Sham Lal Sharma's call for a Hindu Chief Minister in the state, saying the party never sees posts and positions from this point of view.

Politicos strongly react to Pakistan's ceasefire violations, letter to UN

Leaders of both Congress and BJP on Monday rebuked Pakistan for internationalising the Kashmir issue and seeking the United Nations' intervention in resolving the matter.

People have started voting for "Modi-free" India: Singhvi

Buoyed by the bypoll verdict, Congress on Tuesday had a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that within 100 days of his rule, people have started voting for a 'Modi-free India".

Congress slams 'mindset', flays Heptulla in 'Hindu' comment row

Congress on Friday hit out at Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla for her reported remark that all Indians were "Hindus" and said the issue was one of "mindset".

Personal ambition behind resignations, cannot be accommodated: Congress

Congress on Monday said the resignations of two senior ministers in Maharashtra and Assam opposing their chief ministers was a matter of "personal ambition" which "cannot be accommodated".

Ball in Speaker`s court on LOP in LS: Congress

Congress on Tuesday put the ball in the Speaker`s court over the issue of Leader of the Opposition (LOP) in the Lok Sabha brushing aside jibes from the BJP that it has not got the numbers and it has just turned into a `regional party`.

Congress congratulates Modi

Narendra Modi has now become Prime Minister from being the BJP`s PM candidate and should act in that spirit, Congress said on Monday extending him best wishes.

Congress wishes new govt well, says will hold it accountable

Wishing the Narendra Modi government all the best, Congress Wednesday said it would play the role of a constructive opposition and hold the new dispensation accountable.

Exit pollsters deserve Nobel prize: Cong

Exit pollsters "deserve the Nobel prize for miniaturization", Congress said today taking a dig at pollsters who have projected a poor show by the party in Lok Sabha polls.

Ordinances given go-by only to respect procedures: Congress

Congress on Monday hit back at BJP for its criticism of Rahul Gandhi`s push for the ordinance route for anti-corruption measures, saying that these could not be passed in Parliament due to constant disruptions by the Opposition party.

Congress attacks BJP over `chai pe charcha with NaMo` programme

Attacking Narendra Modi over his much-hyped tea stall interaction programme, Congress on Thursday accused BJP and its PM candidate of hypocrisy.

Only disappointment from govt on SL Tamils issue:

Stepping up pressure on the Centre, key UPA ally DMK on Sunday said it has received `only disappointment` from the Union government with regard to its stand on the Sri Lankan Tamils issue.

Shantaram Naik to head Parl committee on law

Shantaram Naik has been appointed as chairman of the Standing Committee on Law and Justice following the resignation of Abhishek Singhvi.

CD row: Singhvi out of Congress briefings

The Delhi High Court has recently restrained a media house from publishing, telecasting and broadcasting the contents of a CD pertaining to Singhvi.

‘Problems confronting Congress would soon be over’

Amid growing unease in the party
in several states, Congress indicated that the problems confronting the organisation would be sorted out
soon.

`Allegations against Joshi should be looked into`

Congress said allegations
made by NRI businessman Anshuman Mishra against PAC Chairman Murli Manohar Joshi on the 2G issue needed to be looked into "by a Parliamentary set-up or outside".