Knowing where to draw the line: Indian politics
The BJD chief has been called an unofficial member of the NDA government at the Centre while being in a direct fight with the BJP in the state since 2014.
CM Stalin flays Rahul Gandhi ouster, calls it a fascist act
“It is now clear how much the BJP is scared of Rahul Gandhi,” he said, adding the disqualification is the after-effect of the Bharat Jodo Yatra.
Rahul Gandhi seeks time to share info after Delhi police knock at his door
In his 10-point reply, Rahul wondered about the Delhi Police’s urgency to visit him thrice in a week, though the Yatra concluded on January 30.
'Unprecedented': Rahul's preliminary reply to Delhi Police notice on his 'sexual assault' remark
Gandhi asked whether this had anything to do with his position taken both inside and outside Parliament on the Adani issue, sources said.
Delhi Police at Rahul's doorstep: Congress dubs it 'cheap theatrics'; Gandhi seeks time to share info
The Congress in a tweet said that Delhi Police's "cheap theatrics" prove how rattled Prime Minister Narendra Modi is with the questions on Adani.
Delhi Police at Rahul Gandhi's residence over 'sexual assault' remark in Bharat Jodo Yatra
According to police, the congress leader had remarked in Srinagar during the Bharat Jodo Yatra that "women are still being sexually assaulted."
Rahul to address youth convention in Belagavi on March 20
It would also be an attempt by the Congress to instil confidence and strength in party workers and bolster the party in Karnataka,” he added.
Delhi Police issues notice to Rahul Gandhi on 'women are still being sexually assaulted' remark
Taking cognisance of social media posts, police have sent a questionnaire and asked him "to give details about women who approached him regarding sexual harassment".
'Thought he may go to Karachi or Lahore': Rajnath Singh's dig at Rahul's 'Bharat Jodo Yatra'
Kick-starting the second part of BJP's 'Vijay Sankapla Yatre' here, the Defence Minister appealed to the people to support the party in the Assembly elections, due by May.
Congress leaders and workers raring for Bharat Jodo Yatra 2.0
Rahul Gandhi appealed to party president Mallikarjun Kharge at the plenary session to formulate a new plan to carry forward the "tapasya" (penance) undertaken through the Bharat Jodo Yatra.
Sonia hints at retirement plans, says her 'innings ended' with Bharat Jodo Yatra
Speaking to this newspaper, a senior Congress leader said that the speech does not hint at her retirement plans.
Cong plenary session begins, all eyes on steering committee's decision on CWC polls
The plenary session is being held at a time when the Congress faces unprecedented challenges electorally and even to its primacy in the Opposition bloc.
Congress to chalk out strategy for upcoming polls at plenary session
The plenary comes at a time when the Congress faces an unprecedented challenge to its electoral might and even to its primacy in the opposition block.
K C Venugopal emerges stronger in Congress
There are many in the party who believe that even after the plenary session in Raipur during February 24 - 26, Venugopal will continue to remain strong and wield power.
Kashmiris gave me love, not hand grenades: Rahul
Striking a bond with Kashmiris, he said they gave him hearts full of love and not hand grenades, adding no BJP leader can walk like he did, as they are scared.
Yatris cross finish line, play with snow to celebrate
Among them were six yatris from Karnataka, who had marched right up to Kashmir.
Bharat Jodo Yatra politically motivated, comprises 'hatemongers': BJP
Addressing a press conference at the BJP headquarters here, party spokesperson Sudhanshu Trivedi mentioned several participants of the Yatra and questioned their credentials.
Aim of Bharat Jodo Yatra is to save liberal, secular ethos of India: Rahul Gandhi
The aim of the yatra is to end the phone calls announcing the deaths of loved ones -- be it a soldier, a CRPF jawan or any Kashmiri, Gandhi added.
Bharat Jodo Yatra not for winning elections but to unite nation: Congress chief Kharge
Addressing a rally to mark the culmination of the Bharat Jodo Yatra, amid heavy snowfall, he also said Gandhi was determined to restore Jammu and Kashmir statehood.
From Chandra Shekhar to Rahul Gandhi, yatras politicians took to capture people's imagination
Chronology of noteworthy foot marches political leaders in India undertook in recent decades.
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Communal clashes during Ram Navami processions in Aurangabad, Vadodara and Howrah
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