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  • Congress Veteran Ahmed Patel Dies at 71 After Battling Covid

    Congress Veteran Ahmed Patel Dies at 71 After Battling Covid

    Senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel, one of Sonia Gandhi's closest political advisers and a top party trouble-shooter, has died. He was 71. He had been in Gurgaon hospital since his health worsened after a Covid infection.

  • Rahul Gandhi's "PR Driven Media Strategy" Dig At Centre On Doklam Pics

    Rahul Gandhi's "PR Driven Media Strategy" Dig At Centre On Doklam Pics

    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's relentless criticism of the government has continued over China, the coronavirus pandemic, and the economy even as senior leaders of his party have been questioning the leadership over the party's performance in Bihar state election and bypolls elsewhere.

  • "5-Star Culture": Ghulam Nabi Azad On Why Congress Loses Polls

    "5-Star Culture": Ghulam Nabi Azad On Why Congress Loses Polls

    Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad, one of the key dissenters in the party, today offered another explanation of the party's recent slump when it comes to elections. Speaking in the middle of the latest controversy to hit the party - sharp criticism by party colleague Kapil Sibal after the Bihar election - Mr Azad said leaders who get a ticket now turn th...

  • "Our Party's Structure Has Collapsed," Says Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad

    "Our Party's Structure Has Collapsed," Says Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, one of the 23 original dissenters whose letter created a storm in the Congress - on Sunday appeared to pick holes in fellow dissenter Kapil Sibal's remarks on party leadership.

  • After Kapil Sibal's Remarks, Sonia Gandhi Names 4 'Dissenters' To Panels

    After Kapil Sibal's Remarks, Sonia Gandhi Names 4 'Dissenters' To Panels

    Days after Kapil Sibal's comments about the decline of the Congress sparked another bout of infighting and division between senior leaders, party chief Sonia Gandhi has included members of the dissenting camp in each of three committees

  • Congress Didn't Want Us To Campaign In Bihar: Sources Close To Dissenters

    Congress Didn't Want Us To Campaign In Bihar: Sources Close To Dissenters

    Congress's Kapil Sibal, who has been under fire from party colleagues over his remarks criticizing the party leadership, has refused to officially respond to the attacks. Sources close to him, however, said he had expressed surprise on being attacked for not campaigning in the Bihar election.

  • "Bypoll Results Show...": Now P Chidambaram's Truth Bombs For Congress

    "Bypoll Results Show...": Now P Chidambaram's Truth Bombs For Congress

    The Bihar election and by-poll results show that the Congress has no organisational presence on the ground or has weakened considerably, senior leader P Chidambaram has said, delivering another shot of home-truths in the middle of turmoil over Kapil Sibal's open criticism.

  • "Join Another Party Or Start Your Own": Congress Infighting Worsens

    "Join Another Party Or Start Your Own": Congress Infighting Worsens

    Those criticizing the Congress can join some other party or start a new one instead of indulging in "embarrassing activities", a top leader said today in the latest round of bickering over Kapil Sibal's comments.

  • From Congress's Anand Sharma, Dissent On Party Policy In China Trade Deal

    From Congress's Anand Sharma, Dissent On Party Policy In China Trade Deal

    The very public dissent over leadership issues within the Congress, which has been making headlines since August, has not been only about electoral performance. Its policies have also been brought into question by senior leaders.

  • "Doubting Thomases": Salman Khurshid After Kapil Sibal's Congress Critique

    "Doubting Thomases": Salman Khurshid After Kapil Sibal's Congress Critique

    Congress's Salman Khurshid joined issue with Kapil Sibal and other critics within the party who have been pressing for a change in leadership, with a with a lengthy post on Facebook. Starting with the couplets of Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last Mughal emperor, he urged the critics to look within themselves for flaws, and contended that "If the mood of...

  • Congress Meet Today; Bihar Not On Agenda, Say Sources Amid Fresh Sparring

    Congress Meet Today; Bihar Not On Agenda, Say Sources Amid Fresh Sparring

    A special committee of the Congress, formed to assist party chief Sonia Gandhi, will meet today, as the party reels under its abysmal performance in Bihar as well as by-elections across the country, party sources said.This is, however, a routine meeting for local administrative issues, Congress sources said.

  • Rising Invoice Fraud Top Agenda On GST Council Meet On Wednesday: Sources

    Rising Invoice Fraud Top Agenda On GST Council Meet On Wednesday: Sources

    The law committee of the goods and services tax (GST) council will meet on Wednesday in Delhi to discuss invoice frauds, tightening of registration process and consider amendments in the GST law, Finance Ministry sources have said.

  • Winter Session Of Parliament May Not Happen, Indicate Ministers

    Winter Session Of Parliament May Not Happen, Indicate Ministers

    The indefinite adjournment of parliament in view of the coronavirus outbreak is likely to continue through the winter session as it is "very unwise" to conduct parliament in the present circumstances, senior Central ministers have told NDTV. Delhi is currently witnessing an unprecedented surge in daily coronavirus numbers.

  • Obama Praised Manmohan Singh, No Mention Of PM Modi: Shashi Tharoor

    Obama Praised Manmohan Singh, No Mention Of PM Modi: Shashi Tharoor

    Former US President Barack Obama's memoirs have "huge praise for Manmohan Singh" but Prime Minister Narendra Modi "is not mentioned by name at all", Congress leader Shashi Tharoor says in a series of tweets. Mr Tharoor wrote that he had an advance copy of the first of Obama's two-part memoir "A Promised Land", releasing Tuesday and had read every b...

  • "Maybe They Think All's Well": Kapil Sibal vs Congress Again After Polls

    "Maybe They Think All's Well": Kapil Sibal vs Congress Again After Polls

    After the Bihar election exposed the Congress as the weakest link in an opposition that put up a strong fight, a top leader has gone public with his critique of the party leadership and called for "experienced minds, experienced hands and those who understand political realities" to revive the organisation.

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  • Congress Veteran Ahmed Patel Dies at 71 After Battling Covid

    Congress Veteran Ahmed Patel Dies at 71 After Battling Covid

    Senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel, one of Sonia Gandhi's closest political advisers and a top party trouble-shooter, has died. He was 71. He had been in Gurgaon hospital since his health worsened after a Covid infection.

  • Rahul Gandhi's "PR Driven Media Strategy" Dig At Centre On Doklam Pics

    Rahul Gandhi's "PR Driven Media Strategy" Dig At Centre On Doklam Pics

    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's relentless criticism of the government has continued over China, the coronavirus pandemic, and the economy even as senior leaders of his party have been questioning the leadership over the party's performance in Bihar state election and bypolls elsewhere.

  • "5-Star Culture": Ghulam Nabi Azad On Why Congress Loses Polls

    "5-Star Culture": Ghulam Nabi Azad On Why Congress Loses Polls

    Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad, one of the key dissenters in the party, today offered another explanation of the party's recent slump when it comes to elections. Speaking in the middle of the latest controversy to hit the party - sharp criticism by party colleague Kapil Sibal after the Bihar election - Mr Azad said leaders who get a ticket now turn th...

  • "Our Party's Structure Has Collapsed," Says Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad

    "Our Party's Structure Has Collapsed," Says Congress's Ghulam Nabi Azad

    Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, one of the 23 original dissenters whose letter created a storm in the Congress - on Sunday appeared to pick holes in fellow dissenter Kapil Sibal's remarks on party leadership.

  • After Kapil Sibal's Remarks, Sonia Gandhi Names 4 'Dissenters' To Panels

    After Kapil Sibal's Remarks, Sonia Gandhi Names 4 'Dissenters' To Panels

    Days after Kapil Sibal's comments about the decline of the Congress sparked another bout of infighting and division between senior leaders, party chief Sonia Gandhi has included members of the dissenting camp in each of three committees

  • Congress Didn't Want Us To Campaign In Bihar: Sources Close To Dissenters

    Congress Didn't Want Us To Campaign In Bihar: Sources Close To Dissenters

    Congress's Kapil Sibal, who has been under fire from party colleagues over his remarks criticizing the party leadership, has refused to officially respond to the attacks. Sources close to him, however, said he had expressed surprise on being attacked for not campaigning in the Bihar election.

  • "Bypoll Results Show...": Now P Chidambaram's Truth Bombs For Congress

    "Bypoll Results Show...": Now P Chidambaram's Truth Bombs For Congress

    The Bihar election and by-poll results show that the Congress has no organisational presence on the ground or has weakened considerably, senior leader P Chidambaram has said, delivering another shot of home-truths in the middle of turmoil over Kapil Sibal's open criticism.

  • "Join Another Party Or Start Your Own": Congress Infighting Worsens

    "Join Another Party Or Start Your Own": Congress Infighting Worsens

    Those criticizing the Congress can join some other party or start a new one instead of indulging in "embarrassing activities", a top leader said today in the latest round of bickering over Kapil Sibal's comments.

  • From Congress's Anand Sharma, Dissent On Party Policy In China Trade Deal

    From Congress's Anand Sharma, Dissent On Party Policy In China Trade Deal

    The very public dissent over leadership issues within the Congress, which has been making headlines since August, has not been only about electoral performance. Its policies have also been brought into question by senior leaders.

  • "Doubting Thomases": Salman Khurshid After Kapil Sibal's Congress Critique

    "Doubting Thomases": Salman Khurshid After Kapil Sibal's Congress Critique

    Congress's Salman Khurshid joined issue with Kapil Sibal and other critics within the party who have been pressing for a change in leadership, with a with a lengthy post on Facebook. Starting with the couplets of Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last Mughal emperor, he urged the critics to look within themselves for flaws, and contended that "If the mood of...

  • Congress Meet Today; Bihar Not On Agenda, Say Sources Amid Fresh Sparring

    Congress Meet Today; Bihar Not On Agenda, Say Sources Amid Fresh Sparring

    A special committee of the Congress, formed to assist party chief Sonia Gandhi, will meet today, as the party reels under its abysmal performance in Bihar as well as by-elections across the country, party sources said.This is, however, a routine meeting for local administrative issues, Congress sources said.

  • Rising Invoice Fraud Top Agenda On GST Council Meet On Wednesday: Sources

    Rising Invoice Fraud Top Agenda On GST Council Meet On Wednesday: Sources

    The law committee of the goods and services tax (GST) council will meet on Wednesday in Delhi to discuss invoice frauds, tightening of registration process and consider amendments in the GST law, Finance Ministry sources have said.

  • Winter Session Of Parliament May Not Happen, Indicate Ministers

    Winter Session Of Parliament May Not Happen, Indicate Ministers

    The indefinite adjournment of parliament in view of the coronavirus outbreak is likely to continue through the winter session as it is "very unwise" to conduct parliament in the present circumstances, senior Central ministers have told NDTV. Delhi is currently witnessing an unprecedented surge in daily coronavirus numbers.

  • Obama Praised Manmohan Singh, No Mention Of PM Modi: Shashi Tharoor

    Obama Praised Manmohan Singh, No Mention Of PM Modi: Shashi Tharoor

    Former US President Barack Obama's memoirs have "huge praise for Manmohan Singh" but Prime Minister Narendra Modi "is not mentioned by name at all", Congress leader Shashi Tharoor says in a series of tweets. Mr Tharoor wrote that he had an advance copy of the first of Obama's two-part memoir "A Promised Land", releasing Tuesday and had read every b...

  • "Maybe They Think All's Well": Kapil Sibal vs Congress Again After Polls

    "Maybe They Think All's Well": Kapil Sibal vs Congress Again After Polls

    After the Bihar election exposed the Congress as the weakest link in an opposition that put up a strong fight, a top leader has gone public with his critique of the party leadership and called for "experienced minds, experienced hands and those who understand political realities" to revive the organisation.

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