As the temperature continues to dip in Delhi, election fever has begun to rise. The Congress, which suffered a catastrophic defeat in both Assembly and General elections, is preparing the ground to make a resurgence from the nation’s capital.
The assembly election results in Jharkhand Tuesday came as a blow to the Congress though the tally was not as disappointing in Jammu and Kashmir. Congress leaders said they will go for organisational revamp in the coming weeks to resurrect the party's electoral fortunes.
Narendra Modi's success so far has been a "clever shepherding" of instilling negative images of his rivals within BJP and an "oversell" of his accomplishments besides a general poor perception of Rahul Gandhi, says a new book by a former media advisor to ex-Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi has filed a writ petition in the Bombay High Court seeking quashing of a case filed against him over his alleged remarks against RSS in connection with Mahatma Gandhi's assassination he had made during a rally.
Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah on Saturday took on Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi for questioning the performance of the Narendra Modi government and asked the Gandhi-family scion to furnish 'accounts' of 60 years of his party rule instead.
BJP president Amit Shah took a dig at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Friday saying that he could not see change that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has brought about in the country because he was wearing Italian glasses.
In what could cause a fuss among Congressmen, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar may adopt a village in Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi's home turf Amethi under Adarsh Gram Yojana, as per reports on Thursday.
Congress party vice president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said that farmers, tribals and women of Jharkhand must be empowered for the state to develop, adding that he and Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a difference of opinion over what method was best to take the state forward.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Monday held deliberations with party leaders from West Bengal on the strategy ahead amid the ongoing political slug fest between Trinamool Congress and BJP over the Saradha chit fund case.
New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Monday extended its stay on the trial court order summoning Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and three others in the National Herald cheating case till the disposal of their appeal.
A Delhi court on Tuesday said that the summons issued against Sam Pitroda, who along with Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and others, was named as accused on the issue of acquisition of National Herald daily, be served through the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).