If they want to use the bulldozer again, let them drive it over my body: Rahul Gandhi

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday visited the Rangpuri Pahadi slums in the city and warned the Centre against further such move, saying "if they want to use the bulldozer again, let them drive it over my body".

What makes Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi angry?

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi often appears angry nowadays.

More than a cricketer, Sachin is a good human being: Rahul

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who is also a friend of Sachin Tendulkar, on Thursday congratulated the retiring batting legend on a glorious career, saying he is not only a great cricketer but a good human being also.

Rahul Gandhi likely to visit Gujarat next month

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi is likely to come to Gujarat early next month on a two-day visit.

Dikshit refers to Rahul Gandhi as future PM

Calling Rahul Gandhi the future prime minister, Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit said she will go to him the day he occupies the government`s top post.

Rahul Gandhi ideal choice for PM candidate after 2014 polls: Manmohan Singh

Manmohan Singh said on Saturday that Congress vice president was the right choice for PM candidate for 2014.

Counter Opposition propaganda in one voice: Rahul Gandhi to his men

Rahul Gandhi on Thursday asked party`s media managers "not to remain silent" and counter "with content" the Opposition propaganda.

Rahul Gandhi asks Gujarat leaders to build pressure on Narendra Modi govt

Rahul Gandhi on Monday asked party leaders from Gujarat to focus on issues to build pressure on the Narendra Modi-led government.

Naxal issue can be resolved through dialogue: Laxman Singh

Naxal menace in the country can be controlled through a proper dialogue between the government and the ultras, Madhya Pradesh Congress vice president has said.

Good for Congress if decisions taken at state level: Rahul Gandhi

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi asserted that the practice of leaving decisions to the "high command" needs to be done away with.

Wrong to ask me about prime ministership: Rahul Gandhi

"Asking me whether you want to be Prime Minister is a wrong question," Rahul Gandhi said on Tuesday.

Rahul Gandhi insists on `frank and open` talks with AICC leaders

Rahul Gandhi on Thursday held his first formal meeting with AICC office bearers after taking over as Congress vice president.

Rahul loved playing badminton as a little boy

Rahul Gandhi on Sunday recalled that as a little boy, he loved to play badminton.

BJP calls Rahul Gandhi`s elevation `family inheritance`

BJP reacted to Rahul Gandhi`s appointment as Congress vice president by raising questions over his potential.

Rahul`s elevation is `dynastic democracy`, slams Arun Jaitley

BJP leader Arun Jaitley on Sunday slammed Rahul Gandhi`s elevation in the Congress dubbing it as a move to convert the world`s largest democracy into a dynastic one.

AICC endorses Rahul`s appointment as Cong Vice President

The anointment of Rahul Gandhi as the Vice President and `number two` in the Congress party was on Sunday ratified by the AICC.

Congress embarks on generational change

Rahul Gandhi`s elevation as Vice President signalled a generational change and a host of reforms in the ruling party at a time when Lok Sabha polls were just 15 months away.

Sushma or Gadkari - Tussle within BJP over next party president

In what can be described as a hurried move, immediately after Congress party on Saturday appointed Rahul Gandhi as the party vice president, senior BJP leader LK Advani proposed Sushma Swaraj`s name for the post of BJP president.

Mamata Banerjee says she had wanted to remain in the UPA

Months after her party quit the Congress-led UPA government, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee claimed she had wanted to remain in the government, but was forced to pull out as the Centre did not accede to her demands.

Cong `Shivir` a mere party event to launch Rahul Gandhi: Raje

Former chief minister and Leader of Opposition in Rajasthan Assembly Vasundhara Raje on Saturday claimed that no serious issues were discussed during the conclave.