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Imran Khan’s ‘endorsement’ of PM Modi could be a Congress ploy: Nirmala Sitharaman

Pakistan has often turned the Congress' predisposition to their benefit and used comments of such political leaders to berate India.

India Today journalist caught ‘directing’ Congress workers to appear excited about Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

India Today journalist later tried to defend herself by saying they were not Congress workers but the 'people of Prayagraj' and she was not feeding them words but was telling them what Rahul Gandhi had to say about it

Congress seeking help from Pakistan to remove PM Modi: Nirmala Sitharaman

Earlier, Congress had ran a "Modi hatao Desh bachao" Facebook ad in Pakistan.
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Mani Shankar Aiyar strikes again: You can say mandir banayenge, how can you say Mandir wahi banayenge, he asks

Aiyar assured the Muslim community that Congress is willing to work on alternatives to tackle the situation if the community is not satisfied with the SC verdict

Pakistan uses Congress leader and ‘liberal’s’ arguments to undermine PM Modi yet again

Aiyar, who is known to make controversial statements, spoke about the 'Rafale scam' and how it has dented Prime Minister Modi's clean image in India. He also claimed there was rampant corruption within the NDA government.

BJP spokesperson refuses to criticise Sidhu in front of Pakistani guest on TV debate

Bagga said that he refuses to indulge Pakistan because of the duality it shows on issue of terrorism.

Dear Shashi Tharoor, today a ‘chaiwala’ is the Prime Minister, not because of, but despite Jawaharlal Nehru

Earlier Nehru-Gandhi family loyalist and Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge had also voiced similar views.

With Pakistan’s recent love for Congress, does Imran Khan’s statement have larger implications

Khan has decided to postpone peace talk with India till after 2019 elections as he believes that an anti-Pakistan rhetoric brings in votes in India.

The Congress party has betrayed every principle that Mahatma Gandhi stood for

They care very little about the ideas Gandhi stood for.

Rahul Gandhi seems to be more popular in Pakistan than India, and it is doing Congress no favours

The close proximity that the Congress party appears to have with the Pakistanis certainly does them no favours.

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