Assam: Fearing poaching by BJP, Congress-led alliance starts shifting candidates to Rajasthan, 20 AIUDF candidates reach Jaipur hotel
Congress said they are shifting their alliance candidates from Assam to Jaipur as a precautionary measure to prevent BJP from buying them
Rahul Gandhi demands ‘vaccines for all’ months after Congress leaders had indulged in anti-vaccine propaganda
Earlier Congress leaders protested against the approval granted for indigenously developed COVID-19 vaccine Covaxin
Maharashtra Congress leader slams Aaditya Thackeray for clearing Rs 3,693 crores to renovate bungalows of Shiv Sena corporators
Janardan Chandurkar requested governor to intervene after Aaditya Thackeray allotted Rs3,693 crores to Shiv Sena corporators
Congress ally IUML’s worker killed in Kerala after clashes with CPM, the party which is a Congress ally in Bengal: Here is what happened
As per reports, Mansur, the youth activist in IUML, and his brother Muhasin got into an argument with the CPM workers at 08:30 pm on April 6 after voting, over an attempt to cast bogus votes.
Just five congress-ruled states contribute over 62% cases of Covid-19
Temple priests accuse UDF-Congress candidate Shafi Parambil of using their photos without consent in Kerala: Read details
Kerala Temple priests have come forward and stated they are not supporting the UDF-Congress candidate as indicated by the controversial poster
SC calls 2008 Bengaluru Blasts accused Abdul a ‘dangerous man’, was once supported by Congress leader Oommen Chandy
Former Kerala Chief Minister and Congress leader, Oommen Chandy had declared full support to terror accused Maudani.
‘Mamata Banerjee has understood that she will face defeat, sought help from Sonia Gandhi’, claims Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury
"Mamata Banerjee has understood that she will face defeat", claimed West Bengal Congress president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra is the sister of Wayanad MP and senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and daughter of Congress President Sonia Gandhi.
How Anna Hazare’s 2011 anti-corruption movement led by Arvind Kejriwal could have helped Congress in the 2014 Lok Sabha election
While the movement around Jan Lokpal Bill is widely acknowledged to have hurt Congress, the original plans might have been different.