Rahul Gandhi starts shifting belongings ahead of vacating official bungalow
Two trucks were seen parked outside his residence and the belongings were later shifted to his mother's 10, Janpath residence.
‘BJP can’t stop me from representing Wayanad’
The disqualification as MP is the biggest gift BJP could have given him, Rahul said, adding it assured him he was on the right track.
In a 1st since disqualification, Rahul Gandhi to visit Wayanad on Tuesday; UDF to accord reception
Rahul last visited Wayanad in February when he came down heavily against Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his alleged nexus between business magnate Gautam Adani.
Of disqualifications, qualifications, experts and exceptions
Having said this, one must hasten to add that educational qualifications are hardly essential in politics, literature, arts and even science.
Democracy not in danger, dynasty politics is: Shah targets Rahul in UP
Amit Shah accused the Congress of surrounding Indian democracy with three "naasuron" (ulcerous wounds) - casteism, dynasty politics and appeasement.
Opposition slams Modi govt for House washout, vows to strengthen unity in ranks
Leaders of parties such as the CPI, CPI(M), RJD, IUML attended the march and the presser where they reiterated their demand for a joint parliamentary committee probe into the Adani issue.
Why is MIM mum on Rahul’s disqualification: TPCC chief Revanth
Speaking at Hyderabad Dialogues, an initiative of TNIE to highlight State issues, Revanth is crystal clear in his view that Asad is tight-lipped at the behest of KCR.
Congress begins postcard movement over RaGa’s disqualification
In the letters, the party referred to the questions raised by Rahul Gandhi over the links between the Prime Minister and Adani.
This is a fight against 'Mitrkaal' to save democracy: Rahul Gandhi after getting bail
A sessions court on Monday granted bail to Gandhi in the defamation case and will hear the matter on April 13, an official said.
Surat court admits Rahul Gandhi's appeal in criminal defamation case, grants him bail
The Surat Sessions court has also issued a notice on the plea seeking a stay on his conviction. The next hearing has been fixed for April 13.
Congress says 'illegal arrests' being made to prevent workers from going to Surat
There are continuous reports of illegal arrests by the BJP government in Gujarat to prevent Congress leaders and workers from going to Surat, Jairam Ramesh said.
Can't ignore Savarkar's sacrifice, but more pressing issues in country today: Sharad Pawar
Pawar was speaking at the Press Club in Nagpur, where he also visited Union minister Nitin Gadkari's home.
Defamation cases in India should cease to be criminal offence
Regardless of the technical merits of the case, it gives a message that India is not evolving as a mature democracy, but regressing.
Congress not keen on condemning Central agencies’ action: CPM
He also said that the CPM did not support Rahul Gandhi on an individual level.
‘Homeless’ Rahul flooded with house options
For the last two days, party leaders, workers and others have been tweeting ‘’Mera Ghar Aapka Ghar’’, inviting Rahul to their houses.
Opposition needs no ‘crutches’, says Sibal; Rijiju recalls Emergency
Sibal expressed his categorical disagreement with Singh, asserting that India does not need an ‘endorsement’ on the issue concerning Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification.
Manipur: Congress workers injured in clash with police during protest over Rahul's disqualification
State Congress president K Meghachandra said that party workers, including women, had assembled near Kangla Gate on Thursday night for a candlelight march but were stopped by the police.
Rahul’s LS disqualification reflects Modi’s ‘brutal vindictiveness’: Congress
Disqualification was the darkest chapter in history of Indian democracy, says party chief
Disqualification of Rahul legal, trust judiciary
The Constitution applies equally to an MP or another citizen. The former is not given the licence to defame as a perquisite of office. Even liberties have their constraints.
Modi remark row: Former IPL boss Lalit Modi threatens to take Rahul Gandhi to court in UK
The businessman, who has been based in the UK since 2010, said he will return to India as soon as stringent libel laws are passed in the country.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
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