Congress slams Vishwas, says AAP 'unable to digest power'

Congress on Wednesday slammed AAP after its leader Kumar Vishwas failed to appear before the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) for a second time, saying that "power has gone to the heads" of the members of the ruling party in Delhi.

India's image tarnished by govt on Dawood issue: Opposition

Opposition parties led by the Congress on Wednesday charged the Modi government with tarnishing India's image by saying that the location of Dawood Ibrahim was not known, even as the government dubbed him a "terrorist" and said he was in Pakistan.

Congress protests rise in petroleum prices

 Uttarakhand Congress on Wednesday carried out statewide protests against the rising prices of petroleum products and demanded rollback of the hikes.

Amarinder rejects judicial probe into Moga incident

Congress Deputy Leader in Lok Sabha Amarinder Singh on Wednesday rejected the Punjab government's decision to constitute a judicial commission to probe into the Moga molestation incident, saying the matter is pending before the High Court.

Amarinder rejects judicial probe into Moga incident

Congress Deputy Leader in Lok Sabha Amarinder Singh on Wednesday rejected the Punjab government's decision to constitute a judicial commission to probe into the Moga molestation incident, saying the matter is pending before the High Court.

Government must tell where is Dawood: Ghulam Nabi Azad

Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad on Wednesday sought an explanation from Home Minister Rajnath Singh over the whereabouts of wanted underworld don Dawood Ibrahim.

Govt changing patterns of communication on Dawood sends wrong signals: Congress

The Congress party on Wednesday lashed out at the government for its contradicting statement on underworld don Dawood Ibrahim' s location and said that it sends a very wrong signal to the people of India.

Govt mulls joint committee route to end Land Bill stalemate

In a bid to end the stalemate over the Land Acquisition Bill, the Narendra Modi government is reportedly mulling to institute a joint panel of the two Houses of Parliament to look into the controversial legislation.

Sonia Gandhi slams PM Modi, terms his govt anti-farmer, arrogant
Sonia Gandhi slams PM Modi, terms his govt anti-farmer, arrogant

Congress president Sonia Gandhi targeted the Narendra Modi government in Parliament on Wednesday over the "failure of institutional mechanism" in the country.

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Rahul Gandhi to visit Telangana on May 11-12 to meet farmers

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi will visit Telangana on May 11-12 to meet the farmers of the state.

Amma, Akka, Anna bonhomie in RS

Amid sharp exchanges between opposition and treasury benches over the molestation and killing of a young girl in Moga in Punjab, Rajya Sabha on Tuesday witnessed some unusual bomhomie with members addressing each other as Amma (mother), Akka (sister) and Anna (elder brother).

Congress on comeback trail in Kerala: KPCC Chief

Asserting that the Congress was on a comeback trail, KPCC chief V M Sudheeran on Tuesday said Left parties blind opposition to the party was virtually fuelling growth of communal forces in the country.

Moily flays retrospective tax introduced by UPA govt

Congress leader Veerappa Moily on Tuesday criticised the retrospective tax introduced by the former UPA government in which he was a minister, saying it was a "failure" which cost the country "heavily".

Dawood Ibrahim row: NDA govt clueless about his whereabouts, Congress condemns ignorance
Dawood Ibrahim row: NDA govt clueless about his whereabouts, Congress condemns ignorance

Hours after government informed Lok Sabha that it is unaware about underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's whereabouts, Congress on Tuesday condemned Centre's ignorance on the issue.

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Why does Aam Aadmi Party often indulge in a political mudslinging game, whenever their credibility and pride is in question?

Moga molestation case rocks Parliament: As it happened on Tuesday
Moga molestation case rocks Parliament: As it happened on Tuesday

Both houses of Parliament witnessed noisy scenes on Tuesday as the Opposition demanded a discussion on the death of a 14-year-old girl who was molested and then thrown off a bus in Punjab's Moga district last week. Congress Deputy Leader in the Lok Sabha Amarinder Singh will moved an adjournment motion in the Parliament to discuss the "collapse of law and order situation" in Punjab and demanded President's Rule in the state in reference to the Moga molestation case.

Congress brainstorms over loss of Muslim vote in Maharashtra

Concerned over the loss of Muslim vote to parties such as All India Majilis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), Congress is planning to take some fresh measures to attract the minority community.

Uttarakhand Congress pitches for making Gairsain new state capital

Ruling Congress in Uttarakhand on Monday pitched for making Gairsain in Chamoli district the permanent state capital and sought Rs 1,000 crore package from the Centre for its creation.