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Indian Army raises strong objection to Congress promises regarding dilution of AFSPA and reduction of security forces in Kashmir: Report

Congress had also accused Indian Armed Forces of perpetrating sexual violence against the women in Kashmir with impunity owing to a strong AFSPA

Congress leader P Chidambaram and Rajdeep Sardesai spread misinformation about dilution and withdrawal of AFSPA

The Congress party in its manifesto, which was released yesterday, promised to amend AFSPA to 'balance' security and human rights.

After decades of minority appeasement, Rahul Gandhi raises the stakes as he contests from Hindu minority constituency

The Congress manifesto is clearly directed towards appeasing the fundamentalist sections of the Muslim community.

Congress’ hollow manifesto and false promises: Rahul Gandhi expects people to drop patriotism and pick up the crumbs he throws at us

Congress has today released its Manifesto for 2019 Elections. It was launched by Rahul Gandhi, the dynast president of the family-run political party.

Congress promises review of AFSPA in Kashmir, blames Army of immunity in ‘forced disappearances, torture and sexual violence’

The Congress party, with much fanfare released its election manifesto for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections on Tuesday, 2nd April 2019.

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.

Here is who Congress invited to talk about ‘protecting the secular fabric of our nation’

It appears that Congress President Rahul Gandhi is seeking an alliance with 'civil society' as well.

Reviewing the long and winding path of development tread by the Modi government

The government has delivered well on most parameters

AFSPA removed from Meghalaya, restricted to 8 police stations of Arunachal Pradesh

Three districts of Arunachal Pradesh that share a border with Myanmar will continue to have AFSPA for another six months

Kardarshians of the Indian intellectual scene

Perhaps these 'student leaders' need a reality check.

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