OpIndia Staff

As Congress factions create chaos, Rahul Gandhi quotes Tolstoy and Congress tweets ‘game’ links

The Assembly Elections in three states, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh saw Congress successfully push BJP out of power

Transported 80 lakh tonnes of material through inland waterway on Ganga, plan to transport 280 lakh tonnes next year: Nitin Gadkari

The minister feels that employment generation is the only solution to the problems of hunger, poverty and unemployment.

Congress workers clash in Chhattisgarh over selection of CM candidate reports TV9 Gujarati

As reported by TV9 Gujarati, clashes broke out between supporters of Bhupesh Baghel and T. S. Singh Deo amidst demands of Baghel being chosen as the chief minister.

Congress supporters congratulate ‘chief minister’ Kamal Nath even before official announcement is made

Jyotiraditya Scindia's supporters have also gathered outside Congress office with posters supporting Scindia as the chief minister

Priyanka Gandhi part of selection process of Congress CM in the state where her husband faces probe

Priyanka Gandhi's husband, Robert Vadra, was recently summoned for the third time by the Enforcement Directorate in the Bikaner land deal money laundering case after he missed the first two.

Mallya carried 300 bags and cargo when he fled: ED demolishes Mallya’s claims that he did not ‘flee’ the country

Vijay Mallya, facing charges of defaulting on loans to the tune of Rs 9000 crores, ran away to the UK on March 2, 2016.

Reuters quoted ‘source’ to say Modi govt will waive farmer loans on a day Union Minister said there was no such plan

While it is not clear why Reuters did such reporting, people were speculating this could be a fake news spread by the Congress-friendly media on behest of Congress to pressurise Modi government.

PNB scam: Interpol issues Red Corner notice against Mehul Choksi on the request of CBI

Following a Red Corner Notice (RCN) against Nirav Modi, Interpol has now issued an RCN against Mehul Choksi on the request of CBI.

MoS Defence denies reports of Army atrocity in Arunachal Pradesh during search op, says villagers confirmed no violence took place

The MoS Defence said the search operation was conducted in accordance with the laid down procedures, causing no undue harassment of the locals and a ‘No objection certificate’ was obtained from the village elders.

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