Zee-Taleem survey: Gauging public opinion in 20 VVIP seats of Delhi

Zee News commissioned a survey through TALEEM Research Foundation to know who leads the race for Delhi CM's post.

Zee-Taleem survey: Gauging public opinion in 20 VVIP seats of Delhi-Part 2

Zee News commissioned a survey through TALEEM Research Foundation to know who leads the race for Delhi CM's post.

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Delhi Assembly elections: Election rallies rule Super Sunday

It was a Super Sunday in Delhi with 70 campaign rallies.

Delhi polls: Issues ailing Krishna Nagar-Part 2

As the Assembly polls are almost here , let's see what are the problems faced by the public in Delhi's Krishna Nagar in this episode of Auto Raja.

Delhi polls: Issues ailing Krishna Nagar

As the Assembly polls are almost here , let's see what are the problems faced by the public in Delhi's Krishna Nagar in this episode of Auto Raja.

Delhi polls: Sonia Gandhi accuses BJP, AAP of making false promises to people
Delhi polls: Sonia Gandhi accuses BJP, AAP of making false promises to people

Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Sunday attacked both the Bharatiya Janata Partyand the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and accused them of making false promises to the people.

Delhi polls 2015: Sonia Gandhi addresses rally in Badarpur

Congress President Sonia Gandhi addresses a rally in Badarpur's Meethapur Chowk in Delhi.

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Jayanthi Natarajan quits Congress after letter bomb against Rahul Gandhi; party hits back
Jayanthi Natarajan quits Congress after letter bomb against Rahul Gandhi; party hits back

In a blow to Congress, senior leader Jayanthi Natarajan on Friday announced her resignation from the primary membership of the party as she mounted a scathing attack on Rahul Gandhi accusing him of interference in the Environment ministry during her stint and said she was ready to face a probe over green clearances granted by her.

Details of Jayanthi Natarajan's 'letter bomb' against Rahul Gandhi

In a big blow to the Congress, senior party leader and former Union minister Jayanthi Natarajan quit the party on Friday.

After Natarajan's charge, NDA may review UPA green clearances

The NDA government on Friday indicated it will take a fresh look at environmental clearances for projects granted or rejected by the previous UPA government in the light of former Union Minister Jayanthi Natarajan's allegation of interference by Rahul Gandhi.

DNA analyses Hurriyat leader Geelani's glorification of Col Rai's killers

Separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani triggered a new controversy by praising two Kashmiri militants who were killed in a recent encounter that also cost the life of gallantry award recipient Colonel MN Rai.

DNA: Jayanthi Natarajan bombs Congress as she quits party

Jayanthi Natarajan quit the Congress on Friday, after a letter written by her to party president Sonia Gandhi on November 5, 2014 was published in the media. Jayanthi, in the letter, accused Rahul Gandhi of interference while she was environment minister in the Manmohan Singh government.

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Here's what Jayanthi Natarajan wrote to Sonia Gandhi - Full Text

Hon’ble Smt. Sonia Gandhi,

President, Indian National Congress

November 5, 2014

No interference from Sonia, Rahul: Congress leaders

Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi did not interfere with the working of ministers, Congress leaders said Friday after former minister Jayanthi Natarajan quit the party.

Jayanthi Natarajan quits Congress, accuses Rahul Gandhi

Jayanthi Natarajan quit the Congress on Friday, after a letter written by her to party president Sonia Gandhi on November 5, 2014 was published in the media.

Prakash Javadekar says he will review files mentioned by Jayanthi Natarajan

Terming Jayanthi Natarajan's charge of specific requests on green clearances as a "serious issue", Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday said he would review the files where allegations of extraneous influence have been mentioned.