In the 'lifting slippers' remark, PM Modi was probably referring to an incident in 2015 when Rahul Gandhi was touring a flood-hit Puducherry and Narayanasamy was seen holding his slippers.
Amidst all this, there are rumours that Rahul Gandhi has again left the country for foreign vacation. Congress, however, has dismissed the reports.
AICC spokesperson wants Sonia Gandhi’s biography as Telangana school syllabus. The whole biography, right?
Will the biography mention the maiden name of Her Highness Sonia Gandhi? Antonia Maino? Asking for a friend, because, the last time someone said it on TV, he got a few dozen FIRs against his name.
The ‘super Communist’ Lal Bahadur Shastri: Read how Nehru had laid out plans to make Indira Gandhi inherit his PM post
It's unfortunate that Lal Bahadur Shastri departed much before the country could truly benefit from his full potential.
Senate member of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Muhammad Ali Saif was seen lashing out at the prevailing dynasty politics and nepotism in Pakistan
“Relaunch of ‘the scion’ for the nth time can wait”: BJP chief JP Nadda takes a dig at Congress over LAC standoff
JP Nadda said that India lost thousands of square kilometres of land due to "misadventures of one dynasty"
Bilawal Bhutto, Pakistan’s Rahul Gandhi, announces that he won’t criticise PM Imran Khan amid coronavirus outbreak
Bilawal has time and again have matched Rahul Gandhi in producing as many bloopers as the Gandhi-scion and has given a tough fight to Wayanad MP by making equally stupid statements.
‘Priyanka Gandhi is active because she is working to make space for herself in her own party’: Union minister Smriti Irani
Speaking at Hindustan Samagam event in Lucknow, Smriti Irani dismissed Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and her political foray
‘Security can’t be status symbol’, says home minister Amit Shah as Rajya Sabha passes SPG Amendment Bill
The SPG (Amendment) Bill, 2019 proposes to provide security to only the PM and immediate family
Rahul Gandhi walking away was the biggest problem, Congress unlikely to win Haryana and Maharashtra elections: Congress leader Salman Khurshid
Senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid also said the struggles of the Congress party are such that it is unlikely to win the upcoming assembly elections in Haryana and Maharashtra.