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Why Congress Lost in Lok Sabha Election

Rahul Gandhi launched a vicious personal campaign against Prime Minister Narendra Modi New Delhi: One of the prime reasons...

Rahul Gandhi To File Nomination From Amethi Today

Congress president Rahul Gandhi will file his nomination for the Amethi Lok Sabha seat today (Wednesday). Amethi is considered a Gandhi bastion in Uttar Pradesh which he has represented for the last 14 years.

Rahul: I am Fighting Modi, Not CPM in Wayanad

Congress president Rahul Gandhi, who filed his nomination from the Wayanad seat in Kerala on Thursday, said his fight is only against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party, not the Left Front in Kerala.

Rahul Gandhi Files Nomination, Electrifies Wayanad With his Presence

Congress president Rahul Gandhi filed his nomination papers for the Wayanad Lok Sabha seat in Kerala today (Thursday).

Rahul in Wayanad: Left Red-Faced, Vows to Trounce Cong Chief

Soon after the announcement of Congress party's decision to field Rahul Gandhi from Wayanad in Kerala, the Communist Party (Marsist) tried to put up a brave face.

Rahul Gandhi Pledges Full Support for JD(S) in Karnataka

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday pledged his party's full support to JD(S) candidates in Karnataka.

Deve Gowda: Ready to Back Rahul Gandhi for PM

There would, however, be more aspirants from the alliance partners, he said. Bengaluru: JD(S) supremo Deve Gowda has made...

Modi Looks Like a Terrorist, Says Vijayasanthi in Telangana in Presence...

The actor-turned-politician made the comments before Congress president Rahul Gandhi in Telangana’s Shamshabad  Hyderabad: Actor-turned-politician Vijayasanthi made a made...

Congress To Kickstart Poll Campaign Early March

The campaign will start in the first week of March with focus on “non-fulfilment” of promises by the BJP government, highlighting its vada (promise) and dhokha (betrayal).

Survey Shows Narendra Modi Shining Bright, Not NDA 

If elections were held today, it will be Narendra Modi again, minus the wave, says a survey. New Delhi: India is the biggest democracy in...


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