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  • CBI Has Turned Into RSS Branch: Kamal Nath

    CBI Has Turned Into RSS Branch: Kamal Nath

    Taking a swipe at the CBI for its "clean chit" to Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in the Vyapam scam, senior Congress leader Kamal Nath on Friday said the investigation agency has turned into a "Shakha of the RSS".

  • Kamal Nath's Remarks Suggest Congress Has Picked Jyotiraditya Scindia

    Kamal Nath's Remarks Suggest Congress Has Picked Jyotiraditya Scindia

    The Congress should pick Jyotiraditya Scindia as its presumptive Chief Minister for Madhya Pradesh, said Kamal Nath, the party's most senior leader from the state, to reporters today.

  • Willing To Accept Scindia As Chief, Says Kamal Nath

    Willing To Accept Scindia As Chief, Says Kamal Nath

    With its three competing leaders apparently willing to find a way to co-run the campaign, the Congress may be saved the possibility of a huge revolt in yet another state - it's still recovering from Gujarat and trying to keep its Himachal Pradesh flock together.

  • Digvijaya Singh's New Plans Should Concern The Congress

    Digvijaya Singh's New Plans Should Concern The Congress

    Digvijaya Singh's decision to walk 3,400 kms through Madhya Pradesh over the next six months is a clear bid to stay relevant at a time when the Gandhis have not indicated whether it will be him, Kamal Nath, or the considerably younger Jyotiraditya Scindia who will chief the party in Madhya Pradesh, due to vote end of next year.

  • The Growing Rahul Gandhi Problem Of The Congress

    The Growing Rahul Gandhi Problem Of The Congress

    As the Bhartiya Janata Party wins election after election, India's oldest political party, the Congress, which still fancies itself as the principal opposition, faces a crisis of credibility and leadership.

  • Kamal Nath Not Joining BJP, Says Congress Leader Randeep Surjewala

    Kamal Nath Not Joining BJP, Says Congress Leader Randeep Surjewala

    Amid spate of desertions and switchovers, the Congress rubbished rumours that senior leader Kamal Nath was planning to join the BJP. It said that the BJP is running a campaign to malign Congress leaders and hit the morale of the party. He added that -be it from 1977 to 1980 (the period after Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declared Emergency) or bet...

  • Another Big Yogi Adityanath Order In 2nd Cabinet Meeting, This Time On Power

    Another Big Yogi Adityanath Order In 2nd Cabinet Meeting, This Time On Power

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has in his second cabinet meeting held this morning ordered 18-hour power supply in villages and 24 hours in district headquarters of the state. A farm loan waiver had headlined the new Chief Minister's first cabinet meeting last week and has built pressure on his counterparts in other states to make sim...

  • Yogi Adityanath's 2nd Cabinet Meeting Today, 'Serving Common Man' On Agenda

    Yogi Adityanath's 2nd Cabinet Meeting Today, 'Serving Common Man' On Agenda

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will head his second cabinet meeting this morning. The agenda, tweeted senior minister Sidharth Nath Singh, is "to serve the common man."

  • India May Face Unrest, Frustration If Youths Are Jobless: President Pranab Mukherjee

    India May Face Unrest, Frustration If Youths Are Jobless: President Pranab Mukherjee

    There may be "unrest and frustration" in the country if youth remains unemployed, while stressing on the need to equip them with skills, President Pranab Mukherjee said today.

  • Congress Punjab In-Charge Asha Kumari Says She Has Sonia Gandhi's Mandate

    Congress Punjab In-Charge Asha Kumari Says She Has Sonia Gandhi's Mandate

    At the centre of a controversy over her conviction in a land grab case, an unfazed Congress secretary in-charge of Punjab Asha Kumari today rejected demands for her resignation, asserting she had party chief Sonia Gandhi's "full mandate".

  • Congress In-Charge Of Punjab Meets Sonia Gandhi

    Congress In-Charge Of Punjab Meets Sonia Gandhi

    Congress leader Asha Kumari, appointed in-charge in Punjab replacing Kamal Nath, met party president Sonia Gandhi on Monday.

  • Congress' Big Mistake No 2 in Punjab After Kamal Nath

    Congress' Big Mistake No 2 in Punjab After Kamal Nath

    The Congress picked party secretary Asha Kumari to replace Kamal Nath as the general secretary in-charge of Punjab ahead of next year's assembly elections in the state.

  • Kamal Nath's Resignation Is Congress's Acceptance Of Defeat In Punjab: AAP

    Kamal Nath's Resignation Is Congress's Acceptance Of Defeat In Punjab: AAP

    AAP on Thursday termed as "indication of Congress' acceptance of defeat in Punjab" the resignation of senior Congress leader Kamal Nath as in-charge of the state and demanded registration of an FIR against him in the Gurudwara Rakabganj Sahib incident in which two Sikhs were burnt to death during the 1984 riots.

  • Respect Kamal Nath's Decision To Quit As In-Charge Of Punjab: Amarinder Singh

    Respect Kamal Nath's Decision To Quit As In-Charge Of Punjab: Amarinder Singh

    Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh on Thursday came out in strong defence of Kamal Nath, who resigned as general secretary in-charge of poll-bound Punjab, and said he respected his decision but it was sad that this row was raked up by rivals out to harm Congress party.

  • Kamal Nath's Exit 'Vindicates' Our Stand On 1984 Riots: Parkash Singh Badal

    Kamal Nath's Exit 'Vindicates' Our Stand On 1984 Riots: Parkash Singh Badal

    A day after Congress leader Kamal Nath gave up the charge of Punjab, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today said it "vindicated" the stand of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) that 1984 riots was a "deep rooted conspiracy" of the party to "massacre" innocent Sikhs.

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